International Education

Study Abroad Events

22 October 2014
7-8 pmEcuador Information Session
Ford 102 - Kremer Board Room
Learn more about summer and semester study abroad opportunities in Quito, Ecuador! Come meet ACLAS director Dr. Fernando Miño-Garcés and homestay coordinator Eugenia Andrade de Miño, who will be visiting from Quito. Find out more about program offerings such as community serices learning opportunities, program excursions and homestays with Ecuadorian families.  Don't miss this unique opportunity to explore these programs!
24 September - 29 October
General Study Abroad Information Sessions

Want to consider Study Abroad in 2015-2016?  This is the first step!

These information sessions will help you learn more about the application process, how to research programs to fit your goals and what to expect in the selection process for study abroad. Each session covers the same information (so only attend one) and should last about 45 minutes.  Meetings are appropriate for students interested in any programs, unless specifically noted below.  Questions? email oieadvising@willamette.edu

Date

Time

Location

Wed Sept 24

9 am

Montag Den

Mon Sept 29

3 pm

Eaton 209

Thurs Oct 2

4:15 pm

Eaton 209

Wed Oct 8 –
      Spanish programs focus

4:15 pm

Eaton 209

Tues Oct 14

11:30 am

Eaton 209

Wed Oct 22

5 pm

Eaton 209

Wed  Oct 29

8:45 am

Matthews 114

23 September 2014
11 am to 1 pmSUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FAIR
Alumni Lounge, UC 3rd floor

Come explore a variety of summer education and research options available to students (all years) at our drop-in expo!

Learn more about:

  • Summer study abroad (Greece, Ecuador, Scotland, China, Japan and Chicago)
  • Carson, Colloquium and Presidental programs
  • SCRP
  • LARC
  • Zena Summer Institute
  • Internhips and Resumes
  • Willamette Academy

Free to students! Refreshments available!

15 September 2014
4:15 to 5:45 pmGeneral Predeparture Orientation
Montag Den

This is a REQUIRED meeting for all students participating in Willamette Sponsored programs for Spring 2015.  

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