Education abroad fair to offer world of opportunities

Opportunities to live, work, travel and study abroad will be displayed at the bi-annual education abroad fair on Tuesday, Jan. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Todd Atrium. The fair will feature education abroad opportunities in countries all over the world. 

Students and faculty alike may explore year, summer, or semester long program opportunities. Representatives from a variety of programs and exchanges, including those sponsored by WSU, will be available to answer questions and aid in program selection. Approximately 12 WSU faculty-led programs will be represented, as well as the Honors College and Department of Foreign Languages and Culture.

The United States Senate resolution 308 declared 2006 the “Year of Study Abroad.” The U.S. Senate and the Education Abroad offices encourage students to experience different cultures, languages and places. For more information about studying abroad, visit or the Education Abroad Office in Bryan Hall 105.

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