Through its connection to international programs in Ireland, Australia, Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, and more, the Office of Multicultural and Global Education is your portal to the rest of the world. A globalized world calls for globalized students!

What's out there for students in the world? There are entire lifestyles and methods of learning and knowing that students are not introduced to here at home. Time abroad, especially time abroad while studying, introduces students to new ways of looking at the world, their communities, and themselves. Away from home in a very real sense, students acquire a new sense of independence and autonomy as they navigate another culture and their own identity. International experience is increasingly important in a globalized job market, where language ability and cultural understanding can mean, in many senses, a world of difference. 

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