Spring 2022 Events

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    Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship

    Multiple info sessions in January and February
    See dates, times, and Zoom links below

    Online information session on the Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship, a fully-funded summer study abroad fellowship program. You'll learn about the requirements, application process and additional details about the program. It's a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about this transformational leadership experience.
    Event details (multiple sessions)
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    Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies

    Multiple info sessions in January and February
    See dates, times, and Zoom links below

    Are you interested in spending a summer, semester or academic year developing your Japanese language skills, exploring Japanese culture and engaging with the local community in Kyoto? Attend an upcoming virtual information session to learn more about the Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (KCJS).

    Event details (multiple sessions)
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    Gilman Scholarship - Ask Me Anything!

    Multiple info sessions in January and February
    Website link below

    To be eligible for a Gilman Scholarship, applicants must be receiving a Federal Pell Grant during the time of application or provide proof that they will be receiving a Pell Grant during the term of their study abroad program or internship.

    The Gilman Application Demystified! Come hear from the Gilman Team on how to submit a great application. They'll answer all of your questions, big or small.

    Event details (multiple sessions)
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    CET in China

    Multiple info sessions in January and February
    Zoom links below

    Experience Full Immersion. Transform Your Chinese in Beijing or Harbin with CET. All classes are centered around language learning, and the goal is to use your Chinese out in the city, where it counts. Your teachers are some of the best in the field. Learn more about CET Beijing and CET Harbin.

    Event details (multiple sessions)
    CET China Semester Programs Info Sessions:
    • Monday, January 24, 5 pm EDT: Register
    • Thursday, February 24, 5 pm EDT: Register


    CET Taiwan Summer Info Session: Friday, January 21, 2 pm EDT: Register

    This info session will cover CET Beijing, CET Shanghai, CET Taiwan, CET Harbin, and CET Kunming. Wesleyan has pre-approved the CET Beijing and CET Harbin programs. Other semester programs require a petition.

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    College Year in Athens (CYA)

    Multiple info sessions in January, February, and March
    See dates, times, and Zoom links below

    College Year in Athens (CYA) was the first study abroad program in Greece for English-speaking undergraduates. CYA offers academically outstanding semester, academic year, summer and winter study abroad programs that embrace the vibrant experience of day-to-day contact with the people, institutions, monuments, and landscapes of Greece and the Mediterranean. 
    Event details (multiple sessions)

    Tuesday, January 18th @ 6 PM EST (Register Here)


    Thursday, January 27th @ 3 PM EST (Register Here)


    Thursday, February 17th @ 12 PM EST (Register Here)


    Summer Sessions Only- Tuesday, February 22 @ 6 PM EST (Register Here)


    Tuesday, March 8th @ 6 PM EST (Register Here)

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    SARO (Summer Research Opportunities in South Asia)

    Wednesday, February 2
    4:30-5:30pm EST
    Hybrid: Fisk Hall, Rm 201 / Zoom info below

    Interested in Study Abroad? Interested in spending some time in South Asia? Can't figure out how to fit it in with your STEM major? Mash them up with: Summer Research Opportunities in South Asia! 
    A limited number of research internships are available for Summer 2022. Come to the information session to learn more! Lunch will be served.

    Sponsored by:

    • The Undergraduate International Studies and ForeignLanguage Program (UISFL) of the U.S. Department of Education
    • Fries Center for Global Studies
    • College of Integrative Sciences
    • Wesleyan University
    Event details

    This session will be offered in-person (Fisk Hall, Rm 201) and on Zoom:

    https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/95174004762?pwd=NTl6dFVNZ0s4UEF0S3NTb3VRZFRIdz09

    Meeting ID: 951 7400 4762

    Passcode: 688811

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    The Swedish Program

    February 2 and 8
    12pm and 6pm EST
    Zoom info below


    The Swedish Program is a highly-regarded study abroad program affiliated with the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). 

    Classes are small and collaborative, so Swedish Program students get to know their professors and peers. At the same time, students have access to SSE’s vibrant intellectual and social community. Students can further immerse themselves into Swedish culture through host families, contact families, student buddies, and internships. 

    Event details (two sessions)
    Wednesday, February 2 at 12pm EST
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89008528107?pwd=U1JQdkRaSWNQdC82ZXo1Z29hK2Jqdz09
    Meeting ID: 890 0852 8107
    Passcode: 192139

    Tuesday, February 8 at 6:00pm EST
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81393916162?pwd=aXl0ZFZWU1BMRk9SMDVJUEhZNzZ5QT09
    Meeting ID: 813 9391 6162
    Passcode: 125514
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    Affording Study Abroad

    Monday, February 7
    5:00-6:00pm
    Zoom link below

    Wesleyan aims to make study abroad accessible to all students regardless of their financial situation. For this reason, 
    students on Wesleyan financial aid will receive aid for semester and year-long study abroad programs. 

    Join representatives from the Wesleyan Office of Study Abroad, Financial Aid, and Resource Center to learn about financial aid, scholarships, and budgeting for your study abroad experience.
    Event details

    Zoom link: https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/99317598037

    Meeting ID: 993 1759 8037

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    How to Pick the "Perfect" Study Abroad Program

    Tuesday, February 8
    4:30-6:30pm
    Fisk Hall, Rm 209

    Not sure how to find the "perfect" study abroad program? Trying to make a decision between a few? Come to our "How to Pick the 'Perfect' Study Abroad Program. Led by our graduate intern Stephen Kittredge, you will learn a little about Life Design and how to use it to help you pick a program that will be ideal for you!
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    Vassar-Wesleyan Program in Paris

    Wednesday, February 16
    4:30-5:30pm
    Fisk Hall, Rm 201

    Spend a semester or academic year improving your French and studying all aspects of French civilization. The Vassar-Wesleyan Program in Paris (VWPP) is run jointly by Vassar College and Wesleyan University.

    VWPP offers a rich experience that is both academically rigorous and well-rounded in terms of contact with the host culture. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply, whether they are majors in biology, history, literature, or any other field. Students are provided with access to a broad academic program offering courses in a variety of fields.
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    ECCO Bologna, Italy

    Thursday, February 17
    12:00-1:00pm
    Zoom link below

    Wesleyan University, Vassar College, and Wellesley College offer the Eastern College Consortium (ECCO), a study abroad program at the University of Bologna in Italy. The program is committed to high academic standards and to providing opportunities for students to develop their knowledge of Italian language and culture in one of the most venerable and prestigious academic environments in Europe.
    Event details

    Zoom link: https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/99308956121

    Meeting ID: 993 0895 6121