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Suggested Learning

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For those who are interested in joining the trip participants through our learning in readings and videos as we prepare ourselves for the trip experience, take a look at this list. (Some of… Continue reading

Is it only week 3?

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As the days continue to count down to our departure date of March 3rd, the question comes up of “Is it only week 3?” of our weekly meetings. We, as a group, are… Continue reading

38 Days and counting…

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Things have been getting a bit busier as we reach less than 40 days before our departure. From the trip coordinator perspective, things have gotten a lot busier. Answering last-minute questions, making arrangements and… Continue reading

Amakuru! Bonjour! Hello!

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As one of the coordinators of the Rwanda and Tanzania, I would like to formally welcome you to the William Penn University study abroad blog! Our main effort in starting this blog is… Continue reading

Where in the world?

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With so many places in the world, it’s hard to figure out where should be a new focus when creating study abroad options. To help William Penn University figure out where Willy P.… Continue reading

Study Abroad Length

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The length of a study abroad program is dependent on a lot of things. Some of the main things to think about are: How much time do you want to be – or can afford to… Continue reading