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International Study Programs to host open house Sept. 21

The Brigham Young University International Study Programs Open House will take place on Thursday, Sept. 21, from 3 to 6 p.m. in 238 Herald R. Clark Building.

Students can obtain information on a study abroad, international internship, international field study or direct enrollment program. Each department-sponsored program will be featured, and students will be able to speak with faculty, program coordinators and former program members.

Student facilitators, all of whom have participated in at least one international program, will be available in 280 HRCB. College deans and department chairs interested in adding international study to their academic programs are invited to contact T. Lynn Elliott, ISP director, at (801) 422-6244.

Programs are usually recruited a year in advance, so students should plan their schedules early. For more information, including program listings and applications, see the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies Web site at kennedy.byu.edu, call (801) 422-8687 or visit 280 HRCB.

Writer: Lee Simons

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