*Video courtesy of Truman State University as posted on Youtube.com.

Are you ready to Buzz Abroad with BHSU students? Follow these steps!

Number one
STEP 1: Read the FLP Faculty Hanbook.
Number two
STEP 2: Attend an FLP Development Workshop.
  • Fall Workshop: TBD in mid-October; check back for details or watch the e-Campus Updates for date, time and location.
  • Spring Workshop: TBD in late February/early March; check back for details or watch the e-Campus Update for date, time and location.
Number three
STEP 3: Schedule time to discuss your initial ideas and to create a development plan with the Director of International Relations. Email Eric.Leise@bhsu.edu to schedule a meeting.
Number four
STEP 4: Complete the FLP Proposal and submit via email to Eric.Leise@bhsu.edu according to the deadlines below.
  • Summer or fall/winter break programs: June 1 of the year prior to the program departure
  • Spring programs: January 1 of the year prior to the program departure
Number five
STEP 5: Recruit students! Once your program is fully approved, you will need to focus on recruiting students. The Office of International Relations will assist you in this effort by developing and distributing marketing materials and helping you identify and execute outreach efforts, which may include:
  • Offering info sessions
  • Visiting classrooms and student group/org meetings
  • Tabling in the Student Union
  • Using social media
  • Working with other BOR institutions or other networks to expand pool of prospective students

Leading a faculty-led program (FLP) contributes to advancing BHSU's commitment to fostering student development and global awareness, while giving you the chance to internationalize your classroom, research and networks. The Office of International Relations serves as your point of contact and support in developing and delivering these programs. Below, you will find helpful resources and step-by-step instructions to start the process of developing your FLP. We look forward to working with you!


Faculty Exchange

International Student Advising Resources


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