Travel certainly broadens the mind but going abroad is also an opportunity to increase your knowledge. Studying in a foreign country, learning new languages and mixing with different cultures – an entire world of educational experiences is waiting to be explored.
U.S. State Department Wants High School Students to Say 'YES' to Studying Overseas in 2015
A group of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi students spent the summer in Riviera Maya in the only program in the nation that blends dolphin research and hands-on animal care to become knowledgeable, effective science communicators who can share the importance of marine mammal health and a story of environmental conservation.
You've flipped through a number of program brochures, talked briefly with your study abroad advisor, and are starting to get a little excited about the possibility of studying abroad for a semester in college. Now's the time to choose where you'll go and daydream what it will be like to live independently in a foreign country.
Buon Giorno! To continue with our College Programming Series, we are featuring Andrea Aloe, who studied in Florence and Siena, Italy! Andrea is one of our participants who studied abroad specifically to learn the Italian language.
As part of our College Programming Series, we are continuing to interview students as well as faculty who have participated in different kinds of college programs.