Study Abroad Office to host fair to inform students of options



Students who are interested in studying abroad but aren’t sure of where to start are encouraged to stop by the Study Abroad Fair.

The fair will be from 6-8 p.m. on Sept. 17 in the Bovee University Center. It gives individuals the chance to learn more about all of the travel options that Central Michigan University offers.

From Beijing to Wollongong, students can choose to study in over 150 sites in more than 40 countries. Choices range from participating in three week-long, faculty-lead courses to for-credit internships.

The fair gives travel wary students a chance to talk with professors who have recently returned from faculty-led expeditions abroad, as well as students who have just recently returned from their trips.

Financial aid and scholarships are also available for students who feel that the cost of travel may be too much.

Questions can be answered by advisers. Personal meetings can be scheduled from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday in Ronan Hall 330 to discuss individual study abroad plans.


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