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Education abroad offers outreach event April 5

Faculty can encourage their students to study abroad by referring them to the “Global Insights: Peer to Peer Q & A about Studying Abroad,” presentation on Wednesday, April 5 at 5 p.m. in the CUB auditorium. 

A panel of students who have previously studied abroad in different countries around the world will share their experiences during this free event that is open to everyone. 
           
A variety of topics will be covered including: impacts on career/interests, housing, academics, program support, challenges faced abroad, language skills, excursions, financial aid, safety and cultural understanding. Attendees will have a chance to ask questions of their peers after the presentation.
           
Students are encouraged to seek more information about studying abroad in Bryan 105 and online at http://www.ip.wsu.edu/education_abroad/.

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