Go Abroad with WPU

In March of 2012, William Penn University held its first group trip to Rwanda and Tanzania. The trip was open to current students who had an interest in expanding their horizons. While a student group trip will be lead again to Rwanda and Tanzania, the time of that is currently undetermined.

The next spring break opportunity will occur in March of 2014 – with three locations currently being investigated. The set location will be determined in early spring semester of 2013 with the ability for trip participant members to sign up until October of fall 2013. Look for coming details on that!

If a student desires to study abroad at Ajou University in South Korea or at the Institute of Agriculture, Technology, and Education of Kibungo in Rwanda, they can do so easily through the connections that William Penn University has with both colleges.

Additionally, students that desire to study abroad through an outside program or institution, may do so after talking with financial aid, their academic advisor and the Vice President/Dean for Academic Affairs Noel Stahle.

To read a post written specifically on this topic, click here: https://williampennuniversitystudyabroad.wordpress.com/2012/08/10/did-you-know-studying-abroad-through-william-penn-university/

If you are interested in more information about any of the trips and programs mentioned above, please email Graduate Assistant for International Programs Karolyn Wojtowicz at wojtowiczk@wmpenn.edu

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