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Arts & Science Study Abroad Fair

Posted in Students & Campus Life
Nov 8, 2017 to Nov 9, 2017

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Take this opportunity to learn about the travel programs offered through the College of Arts & Science. Find out how to make studying abroad a part of your degree!

Nov. 8–9
10:00 am–2:00 pm
Outside Arts 146

Students at the U of S have access to a wide range of study abroad opportunities. Come learn about travel awards available, including the $1,000 Global Engagement Scholarship granted to all students accepted into a for-credit program!

Courses offered in Spring/Summer 2018:

  • DRAM 285.3 – London, England
  • HIST 308.6 – Rome, Italy
  • HIST 399/499.6 – Johannesburg, South Africa
  • POLS 398.3 – Brussels, Belgium
  • GEOL 405.3 – Spain (geology majors only)
  • INDG 498.3 – Batoche/Poundmaker Cree Nation

Go for a term abroad in:

  • Marburg, Germany;
  • Guadalajara, Mexico; and
  • The Washington Center in Washington, DC

 

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