Study Abroad at Western
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” — Mark Twain
WCSU recognizes that international education is a necessity, not a luxury. Our world continues to change and as a result, it is imperative that Western students have as many opportunities as possible to complement their studies in Connecticut with study abroad.
Study abroad is beneficial because it creates global awareness, enhances academic learning, develops leadership skills, advances career opportunities, and facilitates personal growth. And, for many, it is a terrific opportunity to learn another language.
- Next month, five ISEP students will be returning to their respective home countries after having spent a semester – and in some instances two semesters – at WCSU. One of them will be returning for the spring semester.
- Ten WCSU ISEP students are getting ready to spend the spring semester studying at universities around the world. This year students are preparing to go to Austria, Australia, England, Germany, Italy (2), Netherlands, Northern Ireland (2), and South Korea.
- Twelve students are returning to WCSU after a semester abroad with ISEP in Belgium, England, Germany, Italy (3), Morocco, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Spain, Sweden and Thailand.
WCSU student Lindsay Castner studied a year in Sydney, Australia with ISEP
WCSU student Amy Wheeler spent a semester in Italy with ISEP
WCSU student Alexandria Almeida spent a semester in The Netherlands with ISEP