Studying in another country is an excellent way to improve your skills in another language. It also increases your cultural awareness and broadens your perspective, something that becomes more valuable to employers every year as our culture grows more international and as employment grows more global. Most graduate programs look favorably on study abroad as well.
Faculty from ELC offer various programs in international education, and their are many more opportunities as well. For more information, consult UMW’s Center for International Education.
Coming Summer 2018
Dr Warren Rochelle leads students in a quest for King Arthur
Where: Wales and England
When: June 23-July 18, 2018
Highlights of travel:
The Making of Harry Potter at Warner Brothers Studios
Stonehenge, Glastonbury, and Avebury (the largest stone circle in Europe)
Boscastle (a witchcraft museum)
Tintagel (Arthur’s birthplace)
Arthurian sites in Wales
University site: Bangor University, Wales: 2 weeks studying Arthur in the past and the present and how the Once and Future King has influenced contemporary fantasy literature.
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