Overseas Programs is excited to offer a two-day event for Danforth Campus students to learn more about available study abroad opportunities.
Wednesday, October 4th, 2020 from 3:00 – 5:00 pm (CT): “Day 1” is devoted to learning about the “WU in” programs and campus partners. Meet with directors of the upcoming summer 2021 faculty-led programs along with our directors for the semester programs in Chile and Spain. Campus partners will be present to share additional information for students looking to study abroad during their time at WashU. Considering the pre-health track or a double major and/or a minor within a different college? Visit the Pre-Health, Olin School of Business or McKelvey Engineering booths. These partners and more will be available to chat on Day 1.
Thursday, October 5th, 2020 from 3:00 – 5:00 pm (CT): “Day 2” is devoted to learning from our external program partners about summer, semester and academic year program opportunities. To view what programs are available and pre-approved by academic departments within the College of Arts & Sciences, click here.
*This event is open to all undergraduate students.
More information for WU Students:
Register to attend the Study Abroad Showcase!
In the weeks leading up to the event, you can see who is attending, contact them to express interest in their program(s) or department and “star” them as a reminder to visit their booth during the event! Click here to register!
Click the link for a quick tour of Virtual Fairs for Students:
Interested in applying to a WU-in program? Applications for Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 open November 2nd, 2020!
Virtual Booth Information & Setup for On-campus Partners, Faculty and External Partners
*This is an invite only event. If you did not receive an invitation to register, please contact Whitney Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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