Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Study Abroad in Asia info session at University of Pittsburgh, November 27.


They always do a nice job with posters over there.

If you're a Pitt student interested in studying abroad in Asia, there is an information session on Tuesday in 4130 Posvar Hall. From the Asian Studies Center:
Meet Pitt undergraduates who have studied abroad in Japan, China, Hong Kong, and South Korea and discuss study abroad program options in Asia, from short summer program to 1-semester or 2-semester options. We will talk about the best program to fit your preferences, study abroad funding and scholarships, intensive language programs, options you may not have heard about, and special topics for students trying to fulfill major or gen-ed requirements while abroad. All are welcome to come for the whole session or as long as you can stay!
You can search available programs in Asian and all other countries on the Study Abroad Office website. Besides those mentioned in the blurb, there are programs in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Mongolia, Singapore, Nepal, and Bhutan.

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