CGE Study Abroad Fair: See the Possibilities!

September 20, Dewberry Hall between 11 am – 4 pm

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Come and learn about this year's study abroad opportunities: short-term programs during the winter break and summer term; semester and year-long exchanges; intensive language courses; internships; a semester in Florence and an honors semester at the University of Oxford.


Talk to faculty, former program participants, and program officers to evaluate the possibilities and decide the best fit for your academic career. Also find out how to apply for a CGE scholarship and learn how your financial aid can be used to cover a program’s cost.


Earn credit at exciting destinations from Peru to Bosnia to Cambodia! Check out the CGE website ( for more information. 


Plan to celebrate New Year’s in Israel and Jordan. Program highlights include Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Tiberias, Amman, and Petra.  It is open to the entire Mason community and the general public (mom included!).


Stop by the Study Abroad Fair in Dewberry Hall between 11:00am and 4:00pm on Thursday, September 20th, and see the possibilities!  See you there!



The Center for Global Education

Johnson Center, Room 235

CGE manages a variety of international programs in almost 50 countries.  Programs range from Ridges & Reefs in Belize to Creative Writing in Ireland, with a host of popular topics including communication, history, conservation, trade, theater, and more. Consider a safari (and more) over Spring Break on a fabulous trip to South Africa for nine days! Semester programs include the Oxford Honors Semester Program or Spring Semester in Florence. Internships are available this spring in Brazil (at Curitiba) or next summer in seven locations from China to Morocco! Exchange programs can be arranged in either semester at other educational institutions, from the University of Canberra in Australia to Akita University in Japan. Intensive Language programs are offered in Ecuador, France, and Jordon.