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Summer study abroad programs offered on six continents

April 6, 2018

The Office of Education Abroad is currently offering unique and enriching study abroad opportunities for the summer of 2018. With a wide range of summer study abroad programs offered to all students, there...

Study Abroad: Financially accessible?

The study abroad fair was hosted on Sept. 9 on the quad, exposing students to various study abroad opportunties.
September 16, 2016

With universities across the country getting increasingly competitive about attracting prospective students, or ‘prospies,’ one of the things that’s getting the spotlight on almost every campus tour...

International dinner recognizes global CWRU

Former US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage spoke at the dinner, giving a brief overview of many countries' most pressing issues.
April 14, 2016

Forty-five percent of undergraduate students at Case Western Reserve University in 2014-2015 studied abroad, and the university has nearly 2,100 international students. To celebrate the university’s...

CWRU students in Brussels safe during attacks

Fourth-year student Mara Grigg took the above photo and posted it to Facebook after leaving Brussels. She was in a less-populated part of the city when the terrorist attacks occurred. She wrote the following caption: “As much as I know I’m blessed that I can leave to get somewhere safe, my heart goes out to [the people of Brussels].”
March 24, 2016

On their first morning after arriving in Brussels, Belgium, two Case Western Reserve University students were tired, so they decided to take an extra nap before heading out into the city. As they were...

Scholarship program to allow students to study in China

January 16, 2015

Starting in the fall 2015 semester, a new scholarship program will grant two Case Western Reserve University students the opportunity to study abroad in China. The annual program will cover tuition,...

Stories From Inside the Blockade: CWRU in Cuba

August 23, 2012

“This is a place without time,” said artist Rolando Estévez Jordán.  A place where vintage American cars are used daily as taxis; where college students have never accessed the Internet; where pay...

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