Welcome to the International Education Center website! We are here to serve international students, to encourage and enable students to participate in high quality study abroad experiences, to facilitate innovative international programming on campus, and to provide the best means and structure for Radford University faculty to engage in international academia. 

International Students

Faculty Resources

Cook Hall Flags
  • Study abroad program proposals
  • Travel grants
  • Visiting scholar programs, and more
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Upcoming Events

  1. Faculty Led Study Abroad Deposits due »

    Tuesday Dec 1

    All day

    Students that have been accepted into a faculty led study abroad program, the initial $1,000 Non Refundable deposit is due.
  2. Last Day of classes

    Friday Dec 11

    All day

  3. Fall Exams

    Monday Dec 14 - Thursday Dec 17

    All day

  4. Winter Commencement

    Saturday Dec 19

    All day

The Latest News

  1. Honors Academy names associate director »


    Associate Professor of Biology Jason Davis has been named associate director of Radford University’s Honors Academy.

  2. 2015-2016 faculty-led study abroad opportunities announced by IEC »


    As an enhancement to a student’s academic experience, international study is a valuable investment with real benefits.

  3. International Education Center Fall events internationalize RU community »


    The semester-opening drive by the International Education Center (IEC) to unite the global and Radford communities is underway.

  4. RU team set to plunge into the jungle for research »


    Caitlin Annear will cap her college career with a flourish, and perhaps a few insect bites. After graduating with a B.S. degree in environmental biology on May 9, she will meet 12 other RU students at Dulles Airport on May 13 to head for the Peruvian Amazon for Maymester.

  5. Wintermester service learning project enriches WCHHS team with experience and cultural sensitivity »


    To extend the Waldron College of Health and Human Services' classrooms, 15 RU students and three faculty members "wintermestered" in Belize.