Ohio University Conducts Study Abroad Fair On 15 September 2014

12 September, 2014

Ohio University Conducts Study Abroad Fair On 15 September 2014
The Office of Education Abroad at Ohio University is going to host yearly Study Abroad Fair in the Baker Ballroom on 15 September 2014 between 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This event is free of charge and open to the public and students are welcomed to attend the fair in order to know about the study abroad opportunities and programs. Details regarding scholarships, financial assistance and everything related to traveling will also be accessible at the fair.

The director of the Office of Education Abroad, Catherine Marshall, said that the specialty of this fair is--the event offers an opportunity to converse to a group of diverse people, in individual, personally regarding the programs they offer. During any week day, student can directly walk in to the Office of Education Abroad and know available opportunities. The study abroad fair enables students to talk to the individuals who help you regarding those opportunities.

The study abroad fair offers an opportunity to verbalize with directors of the program and former participants to get immediate accounts of what actually a particular programs or travel to a precise country means. Students will able to get instant advises from the available trained study abroad advisors presented at the fair. 

There are a number of programs in over 40 nations and attendees will know more regarding how they will be able to teach, study, volunteer, intern and work overseas.  At the fair a total of 60+ Ohio University’s programs will be signified and programs provided by OU members and third-party providers.

Marshall said that the study abroad fair has been conducted from several years and each year it has been exciting as there is an opportunity to speak with new students, replying to queries and providing a number of opportunities in front of students and assisting them in finding the best one.

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