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Info session to explore exchange program in Denmark
Syracuse University students have the opportunity this Friday to learn about an IT-focused study abroad program, now in
exploratory stages, that is proposed between the School of Information Studies (iSchool) at Syracuse and Denmark’s leading IT university, ITU in Copenhagen.
The information session takes place this Friday, Nov. 30, from noon-2 p.m. at the iSchool’s iCafe, in the lower level of Hinds Hall on the main SU Quad.
Lunch (waffles from Funk ‘n’ Waffles, representing a Danish food flair), will be provided free of charge. Students who attend will be able to learn what the semester abroad would be like by hearing from students at ITU in Copenhagen, via Skype. Live presentations and question/answer sessions are planned by students and professors from both schools to describe the educational and cultural advantages of going abroad, and to detail the study experiences the schools offer.
SU students will present, via Skype, for students in Copenhagen who are attending a simultaneous information session at ITU.
Contact Person: J.D. Ross
School of Information Studies