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The Department has exchange programs with the Universities of Caen (France), and Granada (Spain). Students who go to Caen remain for a full academic year. Students wishing to participate in the program in Granada generally stay for one semester only. As a rule, students teach English courses at the international site, either at the university or secondary school level. They may also take a limited number of courses towards completion of their MA degree. Participation in the exchange programs is competitive. Students should consult the faculty liaisons for the program in which they're interested one year in advance of the intended stay abroad.
Note 1: Students should be aware that once they have been approved to participate in an exchange program, their campus funding for the semester(s) concerned will be reallocated. Should a student subsequently withdraw from the exchange program, funding will not necessarily be available on campus for the period he or she would have been away.
Note 2: Students must fulfill all contractual obligations at the international site. Failure to do so may result in the suspension of further funding.
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All graduate students interested in serving as assistants to Study Abroad directors during Winter and Summer sessions must submit an email expressing their interest to the graduate support coordinator. Students should send in the email before the study abroad application deadline. Shortly after the deadline, the graduate support coordinator will prepare a list of interested students and send it to each director with a copy to the Director of Graduate Studies. Study Abroad Director will contact the applicants inviting them for interviews.