Center for Global Education (CGE) Study Abroad Night

February 24, 2012

General, Study Abroad

The Center for Global Education (CGE) is pleased to announce Study Abroad Night

Wednesday, February 29, 2012
7:30pm until 8:30pm
Main Lobby of Whitetop Hall (Aquia Neighborhood)

BELGIUM: Comparative Legal Systems Meet the program’s academic director, professor David Drummey, Associate University Counsel & Assistant Attorney General.
BRAZIL: Contemporary Brazilian Culture Meet the program’s academic director, professor Tatiana Rizzotto Queenan.
VIETNAM: Comparative Literature of the Vietnam War Fulfill your general education literature requirement in 2 weeks; talk with John, a sophomore at Mason and a Vietnam program alumnus.

ATTENTION CURRENT FRESHMEN:  You could be abroad in Florence this time next year: Spring 2013 Semester in Florence Remember, semester programs are wonderful opportunities for sustained cultural immersion.

LANGUAGE PROGRAMS — a great way to practice your skills or fulfill the language requirement in a short period of time:

ARGENTINA: Spanish Language Study in Buenos Aires
CANADA: French Language Study in Montreal, Quebec
Fulfill your 9 credit gen. ed. language requirement in 6 weeks.
CHINA: Chinese Language Study in Beijing
FRANCE: French Language Study in Paris
ITALY:
Italian Language Study in Florence and Elba coming soon
SPAIN: Spanish Language Study in Granada

Visit: Center for Global Education (CGE) for more information on Study Abroad Night

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About Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley works for the School of Management in the Office of Academic and Career Services. She has been with George Mason University for 15 years.

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