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Consider a 2019 Study Abroad Program with FLL Faculty

Why should you consider Study Abroad with FLL? Because Study Abroad provides life changing experiences! Please see pictures highlighting our 2018 Summer Study Abroad Programs. Study abroad programs organized by FLL Faculty during summer 2018 helped 81 students receive international experience abroad! FLL students traveled to France, Spain, and Germany. Please check this page to find new opportunities for 2019.

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FLL Student’s Testimony After Study Abroad Program in Granada, Spain

One of FLL students who participated in the 2018 Summer Study Abroad Program in Granada, Spain with Prof. Rosa Lopez-Cañete spoke to The East Carolinian newspaper. "This was certainly a major trip of a lifetime for me and an excellent learning experience. I hope to remain friends with all the people I have met this summer... I look forward to visiting them soon... It is my opinion that all students should go abroad at some point in their educational pursuits."

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Dr. Ford Led Summer 2018 Study Abroad to Northern Spain

FLL students traveled to Northern Spain with Dr. Katie Ford, Associate Professor of Spanish. The students went on the trip as part of a digital course on the Camino pilgrimage, a course in storytelling or a course in Spanish conversation. Trip to Northern Spain to walk portions of a sacred pilgrimage is a new destination never offered before at ECU.

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Scholarships Helped Russian Studies Minor Student Expand Global Awareness

Chase Neese, a senior majoring in biochemistry and minoring in Russian studies, received three scholarships in 2018 totaling $6,000, which allowed him to spend the summer studying Russian and communication at Moscow International University and interning at X7 Research, an international pharmaceutical contract research organization. Chase described this trip as one of the most influential experiences of his life and something he will cherish the rest of his life.

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FLL German Student Featured in Pirate Profile

German and Accounting double major Bennett Yeargan applies the critical thinking skills acquired in his German language and culture classes to his Accounting major: "learning a foreign language makes you think more critically and look at things from different angles to figure out what someone is saying, which in turn helps [me] think more critically in accounting." Soon, he'll have a chance to do so in the real world: after graduating from ECU this December, he will begin an internship with Ernst & Young in Nashville, Tennessee, and hope to work internationally in the future.

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