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Fresno State is celebrating its international students this week

Fresno State kicked off International Education Week to celebrate the university’s accomplishments in promoting the exchange of students across the world. Food, giveaways and performances kicked off the event Monday at the Speakers Platform near the Henry Madden Library. Marcela ...

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New study abroad course offered

A new three unit study abroad course will be offered by the Department of Recreation Administration to travel around New Zealand and Australia from May 25 to June 5. The class, called RA 130 International Tourism, will experience different attractions ...

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If you could spend time anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I’ve had the privilege to travel to many different countries in my life and I’ve been a different person ever since. Traveling abroad changes a person in more ways than one. Most can be good however the learning process that ...

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Step into a new culture: program provides students access to study abroad

The University Student Union balcony was crowded with hopeful explorers Tuesday afternoon as they played international landmark trivia and visited information booths telling them how to get involved in international studies. The Study Abroad Fair, hosted by the Fresno State ...

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Studying abroad offers the world to students

Fresno State gives students the opportunity to travel around the world, visit historic landmarks and make everlasting memories by studying abroad. The university offers study-abroad programs in at least 30 countries, from more traditional countries such as the United Kingdom, ...

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From Fresno to Fiji: The value of serving abroad

It was only several days ago when I was standing at the edge of a sandy white beach watching a sunrise so vivid that an abundance of colorful adjectives wouldn’t do it justice. Right behind me was a row of ...

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International Student Week aims to recognize campus diversity and promote study abroad

Fresno State is gearing up for International Student Week, a series of events aimed at recognizing the campus’ diverse culture and promoting study abroad opportunities. The weeklong festivities will run from today to Sunday and feature cultural performances, scholarship information ...

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International skills speaker to give students study abroad advice

It’s a big world, and learning international skills can be an important step for students to thrive. That idea is the focus of International Education Week and Wednesday’s keynote speaker Jean-Marc Hachey.

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Study abroad programs provide payment options

Students looking to study abroad have numerous financial aid opportunities, administrators say.

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Students to share stories at Study Abroad Fair

For students who have wanted to see the world while they are in college, the opportunity is there for the taking. The first annual Study Abroad Fair will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. on the University Student Union ...

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Honora Chapman speaks on ‘Discovery’ and learning

Students, community members, staff and faculty filled the Satellite Student Union Thursday night to hear professor Honora Chapman talk about Discovery — the first lecture of a three part series defining the new university motto: Discovery, Diversity, Distinction.

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Fresno State wants students to see the world

The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges (SAIE) at Fresno State has stepped up its efforts to spread awareness of its study-abroad opportunities.

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Bulldogs travel to England [gallery]

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The 10-Hour Flight

I am traveling with a group of 20 students from Fresno State and one professor for a study abroad program to London, England for 3-weeks during the winter intersession. The class started in Fresno with meeting during the fall semester ...

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Exchange programs suffer the effect of budget cuts

The International Exchange program and National Exchange program, among other study-abroad services, have seen dramatic cuts in their budgets due to a lack in university funding. The aftermath of these cuts has affected faculty, staff and student services.

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London Semester gives students culture

Ducking into a tea shop to escape the snow and rain. Leaving Westminster Abbey to discover the breathtaking sight of the sun setting over the Thames.

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Despite economy, students continue to study abroad

Studying abroad is expensive — especially for cash-strapped college students living in a woeful economy.

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Swapping schools

If you are looking to get out of the Central Valley for a while and study at a different college, but you do not have the money to pay all of the extra fees that are involved, there is a program that may be just for you.

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