DIS will be visiting campus and will be holding an information table in the dining hall. DIS (Danish Institute for Study Abroad) offers 23 different programs in the city of Copenhagen, ranging from Gender and Sexuality Studies to Sustainability. Visit their website to learn more - http://www.disabroad.org/.
SIT (The School for International Training) offers more than 60 accredited programs all around the world. They offer a wide range of semester and summer offerings. SIT's approach focuses on experiential and field-based learning. Programs stress cultural immersion and culminate in an independent research project designed and carried out by each individual student. Swing by their table in the dining hall to get all the information you need about their impressive list of program offerings. More information is available on their website - http://studyabroad.sit.edu/
Sarah Lawrence's Study Abroad programs are characterized by small class sizes and one-on-one faculty meetings. Sarah Lawrence has program offerings in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America. Visit their website (http://www.slc.edu/international-exchange/) to learn more and swing by their information table in the dining hall when they visit to get all of your questions answered.
Attending a Navigating Study Abroad Information Session is a great way to begin exploring your study abroad options at Hampshire! Whether you are a first year student, a transfer student, or a division II student, this session will breakdown how study abroad works at Hampshire and give you some ideas of how to start developing a plan that works for you. We look forward to seeing you there!
Weekly sessions are held in the Merrill Living Room.