Worldwide Study Abroad
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Worldwide Study Abroad Opportunities
PASSHE Visiting Student Program
Edinboro University students can study abroad on a program offered by one of the other State System universities but remain an Edinboro student. All fees are paid to host institution. Students interested in this program should contact Ms. Linda Kightlinger, Director of Adult and International Student Services, by email at email@example.com. The International Student Services Office is located in Reeder Hall, 3rd Floor.
Edinboro University students have the option to do half of their student teaching in Pennsylvania and the other half in an international setting. Interested students should contact the Student Teaching Office, Miller Hall 152, or by phone at 814-732-2740.
Here is your chance at an opportunity of a lifetime!
You can apply to study for a semester or academic year under one of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania's Cooperative Exchange Programs. For more information about a particular site and an application contact the International Student Services Office, Reeder Hall, 3rd Floor, 732-2770.
Wuerzburg Scheinfurt University of Applied Science
Fall 2008 or Academic Year
Marie Curie-Sklodowska University
Cultural Experiences Abroad (CEA)
Studying abroad is more than just an experience, it is an investment in one's future.
CEA understands the high demand for study abroad programming to deliver innovative and exciting curriculum in multiple disciplines across the globe. CEA is responding to this demand by offering over 300 program options with an even wider array of courses and increasing plans for academic development every year. CEA prides itself not only on offering a wide range of program options with a history of excellence in the areas of language and culture, but also on offering coursework in traditionally under-represented disciplines such as engineering and business.
CEA has study abroad programs in Argentina, Australia, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Russia, and Spain. Learn more at: http://www.gowithcea.com.
Growth as a global citizen, heightened academic performance and professional development are of paramount importance to students of the millennial generation. Experiential learning is a key component in the path to accomplishing these endeavors. CEA promotes hands-on learning and an engaging academic environment throughout all programming initiatives. Through the integration of local resources in cross-cultural learning, CEA features a comprehensive portfolio of academic offerings across multiple disciplines. CEA is proud to have helped more than 13,000 students obtain a global education.