Postcards from Abroad
...is an ongoing blog hosted by the Office of International Academic Programs. Students studying abroad for a semester or a full year share their Virtual Postcards with the community. Visit the Blog >
Welcome: International Academic Programs
There are as many goals for international study as there are students, but some common themes emerge:
Why Study Abroad: Enrichment
Expand, complement and enrich your undergraduate education: improvement of language skills / language proficiency; research for senior thesis or other academic project; new perspective on college major; the opportunity to take academic courses not available at Haverford. Start Planning >
Why Study Abroad: Global Engagement
- Immersion in another culture.
- Cross cultural competence and understanding.
Why Study Abroad: Personal Growth & Development
Haverford Students speak of their study abroad experience as life changing and truly transformative.
"I truly made some of the best friendships of my life. I learned to appreciate another culture and live an independent life." - Melissa Robbins '10
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News & Announcements
Starace, who studied abroad in Berlin last spring, is returning to Germany to teach English next year.
The US-UK Fulbright Commission in London is seeking applicants for our internship programme for autumn 2013.
Kang, who emigrated from Korea to the U.S. when she was 4, will return to her birthplace to teach English next year.
The growth and structure of cities major secured $27,000 in private grant money to fund a project she will launch this summer following her Haverford graduation.
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