Being Black Abroad: All About Taking Your Education Worldwide

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How to Find a Study-Abroad Program

Some schools have study-abroad programs and campuses in other countries, and you can contact your global services leader to find out how to apply. If your school doesn't have a program, it's often possible to study abroad through a school that does. If both of those options pose a problem, there are outside resources designed to help students partner up with the best study-abroad sites for their academic and personal needs. (Photo: Ivy Close Images /Landov)

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