Spending a few weeks, a semester, or a year studying in another country is an experience you will never forget. Few academic offerings can match the excitement of getting your bearings in a completely unfamiliar place, making new friends (and you will), and in most cases, using a language other than English. Brenau University offers education that increases global understanding and personal integrity. A study-abroad experience can be a very valuable part of such education. Study abroad programs are offered in:
- Belgium (Lessius University Antwerp, Belgium International Exchange)
- France (EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISM EXCHANGE in Paris)
- United Kingdom
But you can create your own study abroad experience almost anywhere in the world. Just ask. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Brenau University and Académie Américaine de Danse de Paris
May 18 – MAY 31, 2010
(Dates subject to minor change according to flight availability.)
Download the fliers at left for more information. To learn more about Brooke Desnoes, view our recent article in Brenau Window magazine.
NEW INTERNATIONAL STUDIES APRIL 30 2009 Brenau university is pleased to announce two new international studies opportunities available beginning next fall, september 2009. These opportunities target second, third and fourth year students. Exchange agreements have been established with the following institutions: Lessius University In Antwerp, Belgium, “An internationally oriented university in the heart of Europe” linked to Leuven University in Belgium. Programs of study include: Applied Psychology (bachelor’s level) Business Studies and a special program in European Business Studies at the Master’s level Applied Language studies at the undergraduate and graduate levels And The European Schools Of Communication (Ecs)/ European Institute Of Journalism (Iej) In Paris, France. Programs of study are all in the fields of journalism and mass communication. Students participating in this program will be expected to study the appropriate level of French language while in Paris. A student from each of the above institutions is now being selected to come to Brenau next fall. The exchange is set up to minimize red tape and administrative hurdles for students. Each participant will pay tuition (and board if applicable) to her home institution and simply exchange places for one semester, or in limited cases, for two semesters. Students will be responsible for their own travel, meals and per diem personal expenses. Both Lessius University and ECS/IEJ also offer other locations within Western Europe including Belgium, France and Spain. For additional information, please immediately contact Mrs. Tiffany Adams(email@example.com) at 534-6126 (Owens Student Center). Interested students should also speak with their faculty advisors.