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I can't stress enough how amazing it is to have an opportunity to gain real world experience in the business world while still in school, especially at a company as well-known as Reebok. And I'm wasn't just sitting on the sidelines and observing; some of my responsibilities included supporting the U.S. Trade Marketing Team, attending photo shoots, working with our products during go-to-market roll outs, and much more.


Christine Nguyen '15
Major: Management




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Global Experiences & Study Abroad

Curry College is committed to assisting students in studying abroad during the academic year and/or January and summer terms. The College also offers a variety of short-term faculty-led opportunities throughout the year. Additionally, students may also elect to study through a third party provider, at one of our institutional partnerships in England and France, or choose a domestic U.S. study away opportunity.

Study abroad broadens a student's view of an increasingly interconnected world and prepares students to think from a global perspective. Students who are considering study abroad should frame their intentions with the question, "How will my study abroad experience further my academic and career goals?" They should begin thinking about what they'd like to study, and when and where, as early as possible during their academic career. Students should also inform their academic advisors about their interest in studying abroad so that together they can map out curricular plans that consider a student's academic priorities.

Students considering study abroad should have completed at least 24 credits at Curry at the time of study, have a minimum grade point average of 2.50, and be in good financial and disciplinary standing with the College.

Interested students are encouraged to attend an Information Session and schedule an appointment with a Study Abroad Advisor before applying.

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ontact Us:

Curry College Study Abroad Office
2nd Floor Levin Library
Office hours-M through Th
studyabroad@curry.edu


Katie Shields
Study Abroad Program Advisor
(617) 391-5193
katie.shields@curry.edu

Ned Bradford
Director/Academic Enrichment Center
Study Abroad Exchange Academic Advisor
(617) 333-2108
nbradford@curry.edu
(On sabbatical-fall semester 2017)


Fall 2017 Study Abroad Events
Wednesdays, 1:30-2:30 PM
Study Abroad Information Drop-in Sessions
Levin 213


September 7, 2017, 5-7 PM
Study Abroad Returnee Dinner
Bell Hall 305


September 12, 2017, 5-7PM
Study Abroad Fair
Fireplace Lounge/Large Meeting Room
Student Center

Personal Experiences

Matt Crone "My advice to students studying abroad would be to be willing to take risks; whether it be trying a new food, or exploring a new culture, in doing so you will come to find the reward invaluable." - Matt Crone, Class of 2018 (Communication), studied abroad in London.
Meaghan Leary "My study abroad experience changed my whole outlook on life. It taught me to reach outside my comfort zone and see what else is out there in the world. I had never left the country before going abroad and experiencing another culture was completely eye opening. I met so many different people from all over the world during my time abroad, now I have friends all over the globe..." - Meaghan Leary '17 (Community Health and Wellness), studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland.
Curry College Nursing program visits France "Bringing nursing students to France to learn about nursing and healthcare in a different setting is an eye opening experience. Observing hospitals, clinics and home health nurses demonstrated incredible differences from the 'evidence based practice' we espouse in the USA. We found a greater emphasis on caring; particularly with regard to home care for elders. Of course there was ample time to sightsee!!" - Dr. Linda Tenofsky, Professor, School of Nursing, regarding a recent trip to France with traditional undergraduate nursing and RN-BS students.
Curry students experience the Cuban Politics and Culture Study Tour "I try to bring as much of the world as I can into the classroom, but there is no substitute for actually being there," - Dr. Grant Burrier, Assistant Professor, Politics & History. Dr. Burrier, whose expertise is Central and South American culture, led the Cuban Politics and Culture Study Tour, allowing students to experience Cuba up close.
Michelle Jen "I would love for more students to know that studying abroad is an amazing way of getting to know yourself and the others!" - Michelle Jen, Class of 2018 (Community Health & Wellness), studied abroad in Thailand.

 
 
 
 

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