Study Abroad provider offers International Faculty Development Seminars.Opportunities
Students have the opportunity to learn more about our study away locations at interest meetings.News
The US-UK Fulbright Commission offers scholarships for sophomore students to attend Summer Institutes in the UK in a range of disciplines.Scholarships
Thirty four students and six faculty will travel on four Exploration Seminars to Europe during spring break.Education
Concordia College affirms our commitment to global education by joining the national Generation Study Abroad initiative aimed to double the number of US students studying abroad by the end of the decade.Perspectives
The Fund for Education Abroad offers scholarships with a preference to underrepresented students in study abroad programs and the Rainbow Scholarship for a deserving LGBTQI student.Scholarships
Carleton College has been awarded an $800,000 grant by The Andrew W. Melon Foundation in support of the College's global engagement initiatives.Vision
In Spring and Summer 2014 one hundred and forty students will depart on credit-bearing faculty led- programs.News
Thought-provoking research articles and insightful essays that bring greater meaning to the work of education abroad.Education
Opportunity for students to present research that was part of an education abroad program.Opportunities
We welcome home our students this month and wish our departing students safe travels.News
RISE is a summer internship program for undergraduate students from the United States, Canada and the UK in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences and engineering.Scholarships
Concordia celebrates International Education Week November 11 - 15.Education
As part of International Education Week, Global Learning will host a screening of the documentary The Dialogue on Thursday, November 14 at 7pm in Grant 014.Opportunities
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