Texas Tech University Conducts Study Abroad Fair

02 September, 2014

Texas Tech University Conducts Study Abroad Fair
A large number of students from all over the world prefer to study abroad in order to get experience for better future.

International Affairs - Texas Tech, a university office in US, is conducting a program known as study abroad week from 3 September 2014 to 10 September 2014 to assist students in knowing more regarding what actually study abroad means.

Study abroad adviser, Kenny Shatley, said that throughout the week, he will be speaking regarding the various options available for international students who wish to study abroad. This is a simple method for students to explore the available options. According to the TechAnnounce, the initial week of the program starts with a booth on Australia on 3 September 2014 and every day it gradually moves to different nation or continent. Finally, it ends up with Asia on 9 September 2014.

He added that in order to wind up study abroad week, a fair named as the biannual Study Abroad Fair is going to be conducted on 10 September 2014.

Study Abroad Fair will be conducted at each semester for students. The main motto behind this is to offer all the relevant details for students regarding what type of study abroad programs are available, and to offer location details on program and replying to their queries. The fair will commence at 10 am and finish by 4 pm.

Answers to major queries of students such as where can I go, how much does it cost and what can I study will be answered at the fair.

Shatley said that officials will be placed at booths to answer queries regarding financial assistance and scholarship options will also be accessible during the fair.

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