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Study abroad and student exchange programs
The best way to increase your knowledge of international affairs is to live and study in another country. International study opportunities are available for qualified students (students with a G.P.A. of 2.75 or above) enrolled in all colleges and schools at Rowan University. Students may choose individualized study programs in more than 200 countries in Europe, East Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and Latin America.
To do Study Abroad, you must plan ahead. If you would like to leave in the spring, the deadline is in October, and for the fall and summer, in March. For more information visit the International Center in Robinson 117, call 256-4105, or go to: www.rowan.edu/internationalcenter. Information sessions occur on a regular basis, so contact the International Center to learn more.
Courses on international affairs taken abroad may, of course, be counted towards your major and/or General Education requirements. In addition, students who participate in Study Abroad programs may count credits from their semester abroad towards fulfilling the requirements of the International Studies Concentration.
Study Abroad Student César Coss(Dec. 2013)writes a poem about his experience in Salamanca
Memorias de Salamanca (por César Coss)
Mirando por una pequeña ventana, golondrinas volar veía
Con orgullo en nuestros resumes, ahora van encontrar
Muchos recuerdos bellos de estas tierras nos llevamos
Lamentable nuestra corta estadía a su final ha llegado
Memories of Salamanca (by César Coss) translated in English (by Ryan Doud)
It is with pride that they will now see on our resumes,