Students Reflect on Learning Abroad

Every term, Dartmouth students leave campus to spend time learning and living abroad in locations as varied as Japan, Nicaragua, and Spain through programs of the Frank J. Guarini Institute for International Education. The students, many of whom live with local families, focus on learning the local language and culture while taking courses in their various areas of study. An article from Mika Johoon Lee in today's Dartmouth explores this wide variety of student experiences, including the "course-embedded programs" in South Africa and India sponsored by DCAL during the 2015-16 academic year. Read more from The Dartmouth.