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Come out to the Summer Study Abroad fair on Wednesday, September 13 to learn about our 2018 programs. Our program will have a booth and be available to answer any questions!
Come join us in Brewster B 201. Learn why our study abroad program is considered “best class you’ll ever take at ECU.” We two sessions scheduled for Friday, December 4 from 2-3:15 PM and Monday, December 7 from 5:30-6:45 PM.
Can’t make it? Make an appointment with Dr. Clifton Watts (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Paige Viren (email@example.com). They’re happy to go over program details, the application process and travel preparation.
Hope to see you there!
The info session scheduled for tonight in Brewster Building (D-105) has been postponed because of the ECU football game. Stay tuned for our next sessions, which will occur sometime in November.
We will hold an information session for those interested in the trip on Thursday 12 February 2015 from 4-5 PM in Flanagan 349. There is still time to sign up for the trip, despite the decline of 31 January 2015. Please join us if you are going on the trip or are still interested in joining us!
The Socceroos win their first Asian Cup with a 105′ goal by James Triosi. Congratulations to the Club and Country champions of Asia!
It is important to know the lingo when traveling abroad. Check out this rough guide to Australian slang and be sure to avoid having a kangaroo loose in the upper paddock!