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RWU students plan to go international

Courtesy of myRWU on Instagram
Students attending RWU’s study abroad fair

On Thurs., Sept. 14, the RWU Study Abroad office held its annual Study Abroad fair in the GHH atrium. 

Students were able to learn about many different study abroad opportunities including short-term, faculty-led programs, intersession programs, and long-term programs that last either a semester or an academic year. 

Some of the organizations that were present at the Study Abroad fair included WorldStrides, ISI Abroad, and the Umbrain Institute which offer semester and year-long programs abroad. 

Also present was the Washington Internship Institute which allows students to spend a semester in Washington DC interning. 

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An opportunity that was presented to Graphic Design and Education was that students were able to participate in a short-term program in Japan during the summer of 2024.  

Other short-term faculty-led programs occurring in summer 2024 include programs in Perugia, Rome, Greece, Germany and Poland, Vence & Alba, and Italy among multiple others. The application deadline for Summer Intersession programs is Dec. 1, 2023. 

Winter Intersession programs were also advertised, some including Nepal, Portugal, Spain & Morocco, Munich, London, and Brazil.  The deadline for the Winter 2023 Intersession application is Oct. 1, 2023. 

Students who attended enjoyed complimentary Aroma Joe’s iced coffees and energy drinks. 

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Lily Neves
Lily Neves, News Editor
Lily has been the News Editor for the Hawks Herald since the Fall of 2023. She enjoys keeping the campus updated on the current events around campus. Lily is a Legal Studies and Political Science double major. Outside of the newsroom, Lily enjoys grabbing coffee with friends, working out, and watching sunsets.

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