Why study abroad withCMAT?
Studying Abroad: Pros Can lead to International Employment Improves Resume Credits for Degree Chance to Travel
Scotland Study Abroad Receive four credits in a short amount oftime Travel to a different country Learn about another c...
In Scotland Based in Edinburgh Visit important sites in the area Travel as a class to learn about the city
Scotland Study Abroad Cost Program Cost: $3,250 Other Estimated Costs: $760 Estimated Total of $4,010
Financial Aid SU Study Abroad Scholarship Creative Fundraising◦ Bake sale◦ Car wash◦ raffle In most cases, any financia...
Study Abroad Info People to see: Dr.Mullins, Prof. SusanCooledge, Dr.Jody Morrison, Dr. DarrellNewton. Dr. Corinne Pubill...
Culture◦ Chance to open your eyes to the world outsidethe United States.◦ Opportunity to experience different types ofcuis...
Resume International studies look great on yourresume Internship Opportunities in your field◦ Advertising, PR, Event Pla...
Adding credibility to your name!• Only about 1% of American collegestudents study abroad• Become competitive in the job ma...
Internships Abroad CMAT students can earn credits and do aninternship abroad Full Semester Places include:◦ Florence, I...
Eligibility 2.5 GPA 3.0 in your CMAT classes Internship/Study Abroad◦ C or better in CMAT 101, 102, and 297◦ Junior sta...
Short Term Programs Generally more affordable than longerprograms They appeal to students who might not beable or willin...
Ecuador September 1 – Tuesday, December 10, 2013 Salisbury University provides a semesterprogram Center for Interamerica...
Long term Programs Positive effect on students personal,professional, and academic life influences the career path, worl...
Argentina Salisbury University provides a winterprogram You would be taking a 4 credit course;MDFL 248: Studies in Conte...
Chile You would be studying at The UniversidadViña del Mar This is a semester program which can beutilized for your Span...
Works Cited http://www.globalexperiences.com/general/international-internships.php http://www.salisbury.edu/commarts/fac...
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  1. 1. Why study abroad withCMAT?
  2. 2. Studying Abroad: Pros Can lead to International Employment Improves Resume Credits for Degree Chance to Travel
  3. 3. Scotland Study Abroad Receive four credits in a short amount oftime Travel to a different country Learn about another culture
  4. 4. In Scotland Based in Edinburgh Visit important sites in the area Travel as a class to learn about the city
  5. 5. Scotland Study Abroad Cost Program Cost: $3,250 Other Estimated Costs: $760 Estimated Total of $4,010
  6. 6. Financial Aid SU Study Abroad Scholarship Creative Fundraising◦ Bake sale◦ Car wash◦ raffle In most cases, any financial aid youalready receive will apply
  7. 7. Study Abroad Info People to see: Dr.Mullins, Prof. SusanCooledge, Dr.Jody Morrison, Dr. DarrellNewton. Dr. Corinne Pubill. Prof KristenWalton Prof Jennifer Cox. England- Newton Argentina-Pubill Scotland- Jennifer Cox
  8. 8. Culture◦ Chance to open your eyes to the world outsidethe United States.◦ Opportunity to experience different types ofcuisine.◦ Learn a lot about your culture while learningabout the local culture around you.◦ Gain overseas work experience that companiesmay be looking for in employees.
  9. 9. Resume International studies look great on yourresume Internship Opportunities in your field◦ Advertising, PR, Event Planning, Journalism,Web Design, TV/Radio, Video Production
  10. 10. Adding credibility to your name!• Only about 1% of American collegestudents study abroad• Become competitive in the job market
  11. 11. Internships Abroad CMAT students can earn credits and do aninternship abroad Full Semester Places include:◦ Florence, Italy◦ Dublin, Ireland◦ Barcelona, Spain◦ Milan, Italy
  12. 12. Eligibility 2.5 GPA 3.0 in your CMAT classes Internship/Study Abroad◦ C or better in CMAT 101, 102, and 297◦ Junior standing◦ Track core courses complete
  13. 13. Short Term Programs Generally more affordable than longerprograms They appeal to students who might not beable or willing to commit to a semester ora year abroad They allow students in structuredacademic programs like, nursing, andeducation to study abroad without fallingbehind in their programs.
  14. 14. Ecuador September 1 – Tuesday, December 10, 2013 Salisbury University provides a semesterprogram Center for Interamerican StudiesFoundation (CEDEI) in Cuenca, Ecuador 30% in the past 5 years of studentsstudying at the university Here you can go towards your Spanishtrack, Latin American track, and BusinessTrack towards your Salisbury degree
  15. 15. Long term Programs Positive effect on students personal,professional, and academic life influences the career path, world-view,and self-confidence of students
  16. 16. Argentina Salisbury University provides a winterprogram You would be taking a 4 credit course;MDFL 248: Studies in ContemporaryCultures: Society You would be staying in the America delSur Youth hotel $4,510 is the average price studentsspend during this winter excursion ($2150is the price for the tuition and fees)
  17. 17. Chile You would be studying at The UniversidadViña del Mar This is a semester program which can beutilized for your Spanish, Latin America orBusiness Degree Courses are offered in both English andSpanish This new program is supported by thereputation that Chile has recieved for being apowerhouse in networking and business
  18. 18. Works Cited http://www.globalexperiences.com/general/international-internships.php http://www.salisbury.edu/commarts/faculty.html http://www.salisbury.edu/intled/StudyAbroad/safinaid.asp http://www.globalexperiences.com/internships/dublin-internships.php http://www.salisbury.edu/intled/studyabroad/alettertoparents.asp http://www.salisbury.edu/intled/StudyAbroad/programs/single.asp?pid=215

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