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Study Abroad 101 information sessions offered daily

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Studying abroad in college comes with a lot of things – especially questions.

In an effort to answer those questions and to educate students on the basics of studying abroad, the Education Abroad office offers daily Study Abroad 101 sessions that give students an overview of studying abroad, program types, what the application process is like, what they may experience abroad, and more.

WHAT: Study Abroad 101 information sessions

WHO: These sessions are open to all students and are put on by members of the Education Abroad office.

WHEN: Daily, 3–4 p.m.

WHERE: 135 B.B. Comer Hall

WHY: “[Study Abroad 101] is a great way to ask some initial questions about programs and to learn more about all the amazing opportunities that await you,” the UA Events Calendar said. “Please drop by and start your journey today!”

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Study Abroad 101 information sessions offered daily