We all know how successful JMU grads are in the world. They are conquering big businesses, creating nonprofits, and overall improving the world- one Duke at a time. Meet Cat Witko. Cat was a 2015 graduate who is now in the Master’s of Science in Global Management program at the Antwerp Management School. Cat interviewed … Continue reading Alumni Highlight Abroad: Cat Witko
Hey, Dukes. If you’re on the fence about studying abroad at JMU, hop over it (passport in hand) and GO! My current experience within Europe’s most cosmopolitan city has been a semester unlike any previous one. It’s tough to narrow it down to just four reasons, but here you go: The Courses Every class there’s an … Continue reading Four Reasons to Study Abroad: London style
While most of us were at home this summer, some dukes were lucky enough to take advantage of JMU's wonderful Study Abroad programs! According to Jason Good, the Director of the Office of International Programs, "close to 70 JMU faculty led study abroad programs this summer. Additionally we have many JMU students who study abroad … Continue reading DUKES ABROAD – The world awaits!
At JMU, students have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel the world all while earning class credit—and summer is a prime time to do it! The Office of International Programs (OIP) offers 5 full semester, and 62 short-term programs in the summer alone! JMU offers extraordinary opportunities; it’s just up to up to you to go out … Continue reading Study Abroad Words of Wisdom
Interested in traveling internationally? Studying a different culture? How about living in England or Italy? Well study abroad is the perfect program for you! Study Abroad, created through the Office of International Programs, is a program that allows JMU students to gain an international experience by living outside of the United States. They provide a … Continue reading Are you thinking about studying abroad?
International Week kicks off in full gear today! Throughout the week, there will be events on topics ranging from international cuisines to a public debate to a study abroad fair. There's enough activities for every type of person, so be to check out the calendar on the oIP website or check out the poster below.
My Experience: It was fall semester of my junior year when I decided to go on the Painting in Southern France study abroad trip. It was only for one month in May, but I was very nervous to go. I had never been out of the country for one and secondly, I had never flown … Continue reading Bonjour, je m’appelle Abby!