Study abroad in rural Kentucky, USA for a unique and enriching experience.
When you choose Campbellsville University in Kentucky, you’re choosing to be more than a student, an athlete, or a Christian. You’re choosing to be a Tiger. And at Campbellsville, that means belonging. Whether you’re into competition, composition, or collaboration, at CU you’ll find students who share your interests, your passion, and your faith.
CU is in the Top 10 when it comes to international students. With 50+ nationalities, you will surely find a home away from home wherever you come from. In fact, 25% of the whole student population is international.
Moving abroad to study can be nerve-racking, but CU prides itself on its international student setup, with support teams available to you at every stage of the way; from application through to your airport pickup on arrival day. Once you have arrived, you will benefit from regular events courtesy of the Centre for Global Education, where you can meet like-minded individuals from all corners of the globe. Cultural festivals, outdoor excursions to beautiful destinations like Mammoth Cave, and on-campus events give you a rich educational experience. This atmosphere encourages you to share your cultural traditions within the community, whilst learning more about the fascinating American culture from domestic students and staff alike.
If you want to brush up on your English language skills, you’re not alone! Campbellsville University’s internal ‘English as Second Language Institute’ has been set up to equip students admitted to the undergraduate and graduate programs with the English skills necessary to be successful within their chosen programs of study. Rest assured, you will be set-up for your dream American education!
CU’s 80-acre campus is situated in the center of Kentucky, about half a mile from downtown Campbellsville – with a town population of 9,000. Former students highlight the rural location as a safe place to learn, with fewer distractions. 30 sports teams, dedicated student activities department, and a variety of clubs that provide lots of opportunities to participate in campus life, ensures that you will have a well-rounded experience during your time at CU.
Another portion of the campus, Clay Hill Memorial Forest, is 11 kilometres from campus. It is a 135-acre educational and research woodland that is being developed by the Division of Natural Science as a regional center for environmental education and research.
Whether it’s through a team, a club, or ministry, there are hundreds of ways for you to get involved and discover what makes you uniquely a Tiger!
Become a Tiger and be a part of a study body of 10,000; 28 Sports Teams; 35 Clubs and Organizations; and 2 Nearby Nature Centers. Find your course here.