Six students study abroad in Korea
Six University of Guam students left on July 27 for a three-week study abroad experience to Gyeoungnam Namhae University in South Korea. The students learned the culture and engaged with the community as teaching assistants at an English camp. The students were sponsored by UOG’s Professional & International Programs Office, which sends approximately 15 to 20 students per year to study abroad.
Students interested in UOG’s Study Abroad Program can contact Luigi Bansil, outreach coordinator at the Professional & International Programs Office, at 735-2607 or firstname.lastname@example.org.