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International Study Programs Winter Fair at BYU Jan. 15

The Brigham Young University David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies will host an International Study Programs Winter Fair Thursday, Jan. 15, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Herald R. Clark Building.

Former program participants and directors will speak to students about the specific department-sponsored programs.

“For the vast majority of ISP participants, their international experience leads to greater graduate school or career potential,” said T. Lynn Elliott, ISP director.

ISP manages all credit-bearing international study for BYU. College deans and department chairs interested in adding international study to their academic programs are invited to contact Elliott at (801) 422-6244, or visit the administrative offices in 204 HRCB.

Students can direct questions about the application process to facilitators in the Student Services office located in 280 HRCB. Students are encouraged to plan early to incorporate an international experience into their curricula. Financial aid options are available for qualifying students.

For more international study program information, visit kennedy.byu.edu/isp.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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