Studying International Studies at Kenyon

International studies students are adventurous — they spend at least one semester studying abroad, living in and experiencing a foreign culture. And they are highly motivated — they think rigorously across disciplinary boundaries while focusing intensely on a particular region of the world. Working closely with teachers who are experts in various world cultures, international studies students choose to focus in one of four areas: international development, transnationalism, global environment or cultural studies.

  • 8modern languages are taught at Kenyon, and each dives deep into language and culture.

    Study Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish.

  • 13different departments contribute to this interdisciplinary program.

  • 15years running, Kenyon has been a top producer of Fulbright Fellows.

  • 190study abroad programs, across 50 countries, immerse students in the cultures they study.

    All international studies majors study abroad for at least a semester.

Contact
Phone Number
lechleitnera@kenyon.edu
Location
International Studies 
O'Connor House 
Kenyon College
Gambier, Ohio 43022