The Office of International Studies will hold an informational workshop on the basics of studying abroad this week.

The workshop runs from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., Tuesday, and will be held in room 107.

There are currently more than 70 different study abroad programs offered by OIS, ranging from business programs in France to cultural programs in China, according

Applications for a given program are due two semesters in advance of the program's listed start date. Programs last anywhere from one to eight weeks or one to two semesters.

A student must be in good academic standing and have no student conduct charges to be eligible to study abroad, according to the website.


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