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2014 Study Abroad Fair

Interested in studying abroad? On Friday Sept. 28th, the International House hosted its annual Study Abroad Fair offering over hundreds of study, work, intern, teach, and volunteer abroad opportunities for those interested. The Daily Cal gathered advice from advisors and students about why studying abroad can a valuable experience. Video
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Q&A with Berkeley Study Abroad

Deciding to study abroad can be a complicated process complete with the intimidating task of choosing from more than 40 countries and all that daunting paperwork. Luckily, The Daily Californian had the opportunity to chat with members of the Berkeley Study Abroad office, including Diane Marcus, associate director of marketing, Laura Shanks, publications and production specialist, and Barbara Tassielli, assistant director of advising, via phone and email to answer some of the perplexing questions you might have.
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The village of Atomkwa.

My semester at sea: Ghana

One of the most important parts of traveling is forcing yourself out of your comfort zone. That’s one of the main reasons I am on this voyage, and it’s definitely had a huge effect on the way I approach new experiences. No country so far has pushed me further from
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UC Berkeley to augment study abroad model

In a Friday discussion on engagement between universities and the global community, UC Berkeley’s Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost George Breslauer discussed the ways in which the campus study abroad program is currently being adapted to more closely resemble that of Columbia University.
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Navigating through bureaucracy at UC Berkeley

A guide of campus services and resources vital to your Berkeley experience

As one former vice chancellor puts it, when people from other countries ask about how UC Berkeley is, they have two specific questions in mind: Is Top Dog still there, and is Cal as bureaucratic as ever? The answer to both these questions is, as always, yes. Top Dog locations
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