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  • 1. The
Interna*o‐nal
House
at
DU
is
located
on
Josephine
St.
Students
thinking
about
studying
abroad
during
their
*me
here
at
DU
will
want
to
visit
here
to
get
more
informa*on.


  • 2. To
begin
the
applica*on
process
for
any
study
abroad
program
at
DU,
students
MUST
aDend
a
Study
Abroad
101
Session
to
learn
the
basics
of
applying
and
choosing
a
program
that
is
right
for
them.


  • 3. During
a
101
session,
students
will
go
over
various
programs
DU
has
to
offer:
the
opportunity
to
be
a
Cherrington
Global
Scholar,
and
the
deadlines
for
applica*ons.
Here
students
diligently
listen
as
a
former
study
abroad
student
explains
the
basics
of
going
abroad.


  • 4. Once
students
have
aDended
the
necessary
mee*ngs,
they
can
begin
to
decide
on
a
program
that
is
right
for
them.
This
shows
how
many
programs
DU
has
to
offer.

  • 5. ANer
choosing
a
country
and
a
program,
students
need
to
make
an
appointment
to
meet
one
on
one
with
an
advisor.
They
can
call
the
Interna*onal
House
direct
at
(303)
871‐4912
and
set
up
a
*me
to
meet
with
someone
who
is
knowledgeable
about
their
choice
of
country
and
program.

  • 6. Paris,
France
is
a
very
popular
choice
for
DU
students
when
they
are
deciding
where
to
study
abroad.
DU
junior,
Meaghan
Houghton
has
aDended
the
mandatory
mee*ngs
and
is
planning
on
applying
to
study
in
France
in
the
Fall.


  • 7. Students
MUST
remember
the
deadline
in
which
their
applica*ons
are
due
for
the
country
and
program
they
choose.
Advisors
will
go
over
this
deadline
with
each
student
and
give
them
all
the
necessary
paperwork,
websites
and
resources
in
order
to
apply.


  • 8. While
abroad,
students
will
have
the
opportunity
to
be
apart
While
abroad,
students
will
have
the
opportunity
to
be
apart
of
their
country’s
 of
their
country’s
culture,
learn
a
new
language
and
return
to
culture,
learn
a
new
language
and
return
to
the
United
States
with
many
stories
to
 the
United
States
with
many
stories
to
share
with
their
share
with
their
friends
and
family.
 friends
and
family.

  • 9. DU
juniors,
Chelsea
Rebro
(leN)
and
Elizabeth
Patch
both
studied
abroad
recently
(Fall
2011).
Both
girls
chose
the
Interna*onal
Studies
Abroad
program
offered
through
DU.
Rebro
chose
Bilbao,
Spain
and
Patch
went
to
Rome,
Italy.
Each
returned
agreeing
that
studying
abroad
is
a
life
changing
experience
and
are
very
happy
the
did
it.
They
encourage
all
DU
students
to
go
in
their
futures.


  • 10. Here,
DU
junior
Elizabeth
Patch
(right)
is
found
in
Trastevere
a
small
town
in
Rome,
Italy.
She
is
with
her
roommates
(other
study
abroad
students).
Patch
said
Trastevere
was
a
popular
hangout
place.

  • 11. Many
students
explore
countries
outside
of
their
choice
study
abroad
country.
They
are
encouraged
to
bring
postcards
home
to
remember
their
travels
while
abroad.
The
Interna*onal
House
has
a
growing
collec*on
of
postcards
highligh*ng
students
experiences.


  • 12. No
maDer
where
students
choose
to
spend
their
*me
studying
abroad,
they
are
bound
to
have
a
great
*me.
Studying
abroad
is
a
very
popular
thing
to
do
as
an
undergraduate
at
DU
as
they
have
the
highest
percentage
in
CO
of
students
who
go
abroad.
Students
hoping
to
do
so
during
their
*me
here
will
want
to
start
looking
into
it
now
for
Fall
2013.
It’s
never
too
early
to
begin
the
process.