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The Explorations/Study Abroad Center at Baldwin Wallace University engages students through global exploration and off-campus study that enhances personal growth, educational enrichment, and career development as part of the college's liberal arts effort to cultivate contributing and compassionate citizens. We are available to help students through all of the stages of studying abroad, researching the "perfect" host institution, assisting you through the application process, offering tips on packing and providing correspondence while abroad. We'll also offer a session to help you re-adjust upon your return to Baldwin Wallace. Each of us has traveled abroad and we are eager to share our experiences with others.  Stop by our office on the 2nd floor of the Strosacker Hall - Student Union.


Invite the Study Abroad Office to your meeting, event, or classroom!

Study Abroad Peer Advisors, are excited to share their experiences and help others learn how to make studying abroad a reality.  Peer Advisors can give PowerPoint presentations about study abroad opportunities or can plug into your events in whatever way you see fit.  The presentation contains a Powerpoint with the basics about studying abroad  and can also be tailored to suit the needs and interests of your group.  We also have a seven minute video that highlights studying abroad from the student perspective. The presentation can take as little as 5 minutes or as much as one hour depending on your needs.

Please submit your request at least one week in advance.  Once a Peer Advisor is scheduled for your request, you will receive an email confirmation.  To submit a request, please click here.  

 

2013-2014 Global Perspectives Newsletter

The Explorations/Study Abroad office would like to invite you to take a look at our 2013-2014 Newsletter.  Our newsletter includes contributions from study abroad alumni, students currently studying abroad, international exchange students, and BW faculty. 
Roughly 14% of BW students choose to study abroad, a total well over the national average of only 5% - 10%.  I hope that you’ll take a moment out of your day to see what your fellow students have been up to: you might just see a face or two that you recognize!

 
 

Student Experiences


Charlie Hayes, a junior in the International Studies program at Baldwin Wallace University, was chosen as one of the youngest interns for the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland. Want to read more about his experience? Visit BW News and Events.



 

 

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