Students will be able to take classes taught in English or Portuguese in social sciences and humanities, business, economics, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and other academic disciplines while living in Lisbon and experiencing Portuguese culture.
The MCLL department is working with the study abroad office to arrange exciting courses that are academically worthwhile, economically feasible, and degree-enhancing while giving students a life-changing educational experience.
In 1987, Fresno State student Danny Swartz departed for London. It was only his second trip on a plane — the first had been a short hop from Fresno to San Francisco — and his first time out of the country. Up until that point, he had only left the state a couple of times to go to Reno and Las Vegas. Now he would be spending his spring semester in London as part of the Fresno State London Program.
The Mad Duck brewery is hosting the Edward O. Lund Foundation event “A Scotch, Brew & Art Affair.” The event is from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20 at The Mad Duck at 3085 E Campus Pointe Drive. Tickets are $40 and attendees must be 21 years or older.
While most students were off for their winter break, 40 Fresno State students traveled to England for the Arts and Humanities “Study Abroad Experience: London Life & Lore.” Here are some photos from their experience.
“I think the effect on students is long-lasting. How can they not be inspired and stimulated by exposure to great architecture, art, music, theater and the rich variety of one of the great cities of the world?”
While most students were off for their winter break, 40 Fresno State students traveled to England for the Arts and Humanities “Study Abroad Experience: London Life & Lore.” Students get an authentic British experience and earn three units of credit as they take in the sights and culture of England. During the trip, Dr. Anthony […]
This summer study trip to Japan will make you experience Japanese society and culture. The emphasis of the program is to make “Japan the classroom.” You will stay with a Japanese host family for a week in Osaka. Also, you will have a chance to study Japanese culture (Calligraphy, Tea Ceremony, Flower Arrangement, Cooking, etc.) with Japanese students at […]