FROSTBURG — Frostburg State University has partnered with education management company MSM Higher Ed in its unique pathway program for international education.
Called MSM Higher Ed Pathways, the program prepares students for entry or advanced standing at multiple universities in study destinations for international education.
A member of the University System of Maryland, FSU joins the roster of founding member institutions from destination countries such as Canada, the United States, New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom.
FSU has the opportunity to participate in rigorous quality assurance reviews, to welcome a steady stream of qualified international students from diverse countries and backgrounds and to become part of foundation studies and pathways recruitment events.
Students who have started their programs through MSM Higher Ed Pathways delivery centers close to their homes may choose to proceed to complete their degree at FSU.
The first batch of MSM Higher Ed Pathways founding members also includes Griffith University in Australia; Hartwick College, Hawaii Pacific University and University of Charleston in the U.S.; and Queen Margaret University in Scotland.