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A snippet from a study abroad experience

CSUN student Garcia-Guillen studied abroad in Montreal, the second-largest city in Canada. These historically colorful buildings are just one of many places she encountered during her stay. 
Photo credit: Karina Garcia-Guillen

Demi Corso

October 14, 2014

Imagine going to class and then taking a break to stroll along the Seine in Paris, surf in Sydney or shop in Tokyo. This is a reality for many students who have decided to travel abroad to experience the many benefits that come with immersing oneself in a different culture. There are two main ...

International students talk about their experiences studying abroad

International students talk about their experiences studying abroad

William Machado

December 9, 2013

Two CSUN international students discuss the benefits and drawbacks to studying abroad and the plethora of reasons they chose to leave home to study in the United States.

Students learn about studying abroad

Students learn about studying abroad

Sigournee Grondin

October 10, 2012

  The USU held a study abroad fair in the Grand Salon on Wednesday where students could obtain information on studying abroad and scholarships that could potentially help pay for it. The fair had booths set up for different study abroad programs and advisors were on hand to answer any ques...

Student alters life goals after studying abroad

Student alters life goals after studying abroad

Fredy Tlatenchi

September 17, 2012

Born in Seoul, South Korea, 23-year-old Won Gi Lee traveled a large portion of the world before settling down in Northridge. With his mother and military stepfather, Won Gi Lee was kind of an Army brat who lived in Japan, New York, Tennessee and New Jersey. Lee began going to CSUN in 2007 foll...

USU sponsors overseas studies

A.J. Circhirillo

October 4, 2011

Students can learn about CSUN’s study abroad program, dine on international foods and obsrve  photographs taken by students during Wednesday’s USU-sponsored Annual Study Abroad Fair in the Northridge center. "The most important thing is that students sign up for an information session with me,"...

CSUN’s study abroad programs cost similarly to campus programs

Nikki Erinakis

May 5, 2011

Juliet Aylmer pointed to a picture above her desk. It is a black and white picture of a couple kissing in England. Behind them the popular clock tower, Big Ben, is easily distinguished. The couple met while studying abroad in England, Aylmer said. The man in the picture is a CSUN student who studied...

CSUN student spends semester at sea

Natalie Estrada

March 15, 2011

Seven hundred students. Twelve countries.  Four months.  One ship.   Countless new friends and unbelievable memories. At 21-years-old, Jane Henrikson, a film major, has experienced the world in a way most people can only dream of.  Henrikson spent four months traveling the world through the s...

Study abroad fair promotes program on campus, encourages students to get involved

Antoine Abou-Diwan

October 6, 2010

Students are encouraged to take advantage of CSUN’s study abroad program before it is too late. CSUN’s International and Exchange Student Center hosted the Study Abroad Fair near the University Student Union. “Students typically go abroad in their junior year,” said Juliet Aylmer, st...

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