In our increasingly interconnected world, the importance of experiencing and understanding international culture is paramount to success. Lyndon State College is offering international travel options in various formats making the ability to experience the world easier than ever before.
Lyndon State College is pleased to announce three different study abroad options for 2014.
American History Professor Paul Searls is currently affiliated with four study abroad agencies that offer various options to choose from. Students can study internationally and have all their earned credits count towards their respective degree program at Lyndon.
The following trips last for one to two weeks and college credit can be earned. Journalism Professor and Fulbright Scholar Dan Williams has a summer trip planned to China. World History Professor Alexandre Strokanov has two trips scheduled for the summer of 2014.
In our increasingly interconnected world, the importance of knowing another language and culture is vital for success and Lyndon State College has been offering Study Abroad programs to support student learning along these lines. To kick off 2014, we are delighted to announce Lyndon State’s new partnership with EF Education First that will multiply the range of Language Study Abroad opportunities available to Lyndon State students. EF was founded in Sweden in 1965 with the aim of improving language skills and inter-cultural relations worldwide. With this mission in mind, Lyndon State has partnered with EF to make their Language Study Abroad programs available during Lyndon State’s academic and summer breaks. We look forward to further broadening your horizons of success. You can start this experience by taking a few minutes to review the opportunities by clicking here. and while you are at it, measure your current language skills by following the link to EF’s online language test at here.
For more information, please contact:
Trevor Barski, Assistant Director of Admissions
International and Transfer Student Specialist