USF World News

Beyond the Classroom
November 17, 2010

Study abroad is fast becoming a realistic, affordable, and almost mandatory option for students at USF. With an increase in students studying abroad in 2009-10 the office hopes to continue this trend.

Study abroad enriches the student experience giving them the opportunity to pursue more than a traditional academic program. Students are making the most of such opportunities. Danielle Licari, an undergraduate student at USF majoring in Biology with a minor in Italian is one such student. Read More>>

Fall 2010 Study Abroad Fair
Fall 2010 Study Abroad Fair
October 12, 2010

On Tuesday, October 12, 2010, Terrell Sessums Mall was filled with enthusiastic students crowding around tables that showcased destinations across the globe. Taking over the walkway between the College of Education and Burger King, the 2010 Fall Education Abroad Fair gave students the opportunity to explore countries in Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America. The fair included programs sponsored by (Read More…)

Education Abroad Becomes Academic Priority
October 4, 2010

September 14, 2010

At this fall’s orientation, Sanchez says Education Abroad had the busiest table. “I’ve noticed a trend of things picking up. Going abroad for academia is now the next big thing.” Much of the growing success of USF Education Abroad programs over the last few years may be attributed to the focus that students now have from an academic standpoint. Now aware of exactly what they’re looking for in an academic program and in terms of long-term success, students turn to study abroad to explore options on how to create a job-earning resume. Read more>>

 Don’t miss the fall study abroad fair>>