An Innovative Approach to Higher Education 

 October 30, 2015

By  Laura Kosloff

Just came across a New York Times article I thought readers might find interesting.  It’s a fascinating idea: send students to multiple countries as part of an “ordinary” college program. (I put “ordinary” in quotes since clearly, this is anything but ordinary!)

We need more innovation like this. Moving from campus to campus in different countries is not for everyone — but for some, it’s a great idea.

Extreme Study Abroad: The World Is Their Campus

“You remember that the other people across the world from you are people. …They have their own thoughts and motives and dreams and desires. It’s a humbling realization that we’re all the same.”

(from a student whose experience is highlighted in the article)

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