Attend the Study Abroad Fair, Wednesday, September 21, 2011 from 4 -7 p.m. in a NEW location: Union South, Varsity Hall to find out not only why the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a national leader in study abroad, but why so many Badgers are making the experience a part of their UW career!
International Academic Programs (IAP), the largest study abroad office on campus, will host this comprehensive information event for anyone interested in learning more about the many study and intern abroad opportunities available at UW-Madison. Over 90 exhibits displaying information about IAP’s more than 200 programs, plus seminars on topics like Financing Study Abroad 101, Study Abroad 101, and more, will provide a one-stop shopping experience for student attendees.
“Deciding to study abroad can be a difficult process, especially given the number of program options available,” explains Erin Polnaszek, Fair coordinator and study abroad advisor. “Each student will differ in his/her choice, but ultimately the best program is one that can fit right into his/her academic degree plan and personality. Study abroad advisors will be available at the Fair to help students understand the different program options with a goal to find the right fit for each individual.”
Don’t miss the chance to learn, ask questions, and find your path to the rest of the world.
For more information, visit the Resource Center in Room 106, Red Gym or IAP’s website: http://www.studyabroad.wisc.edu.