How Should Study Abroad be Re-Defined? 

 August 26, 2014

By  Laura Kosloff

The following link is to an article by Amelia Friedman and Fiora MacPherson, Executive Director and Director of Expansion at the Student Language Exchange.  They pose the following questions regarding university-level study abroad programs.  What do you think?

Do you think study abroad should be mandatory? Should study abroad programs adopt a common application? Should it factor into tenure decisions for faculty? How would you rebrand and reimagine study abroad for yourself or your children? What should the next generation of study abroad look like?

Friedman and MacPherson, How Would You Redefine Study Abroad? (HuffingtonPost.com, 08/14/2014).

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