After being recalled from her London study abroad program, Pooja Tewari reflects on her memories at SMU.
Some students abroad are refusing SMU’s call to return home over coronavirus concerns.
All international programs and travel have been suspended by the University.
An SMU senior gives study abroad scholarship advice in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center.
The SMU Study Abroad Fair gave students thinking about studying abroad the opportunity to have their questions answered and see all of the programs that SMU offers.
I’m an acting student at my uni’s conservatory, and maybe against my better judgment, I’ve decided to study abroad for a semester. I’m headed to Brisbane, Australia. I’ve never been outside of the country before, so to go somewhere so far away is pretty cool. Last week I had a long talk with one of my professors about this, and to be honest he was pretty hard on me. Conservatory is not really built to accommodate study abroad, but I want to do it. I think it’s a great opportunity for inspiration. If I’m going to be an artist, I think I need to go out and see other places and experience other countries. So, how can I make the most out of my study abroad experience as someone who wants to nurture their creative side?
by Kelsey Gwinn As SMU students, we are privileged with opportunities to travel the world. We have programs in Bali, Costa Rica, Germany, Italy, Japan, London, Madrid, Prague, Rome and … Read More
While living in a different country may seem daunting, SMU eases the transition through its five-week summer study abroad programs.
International students met the school mascot, played games and tried Mediterranean food at the International Welcome Party in Hughes-Trigg Student Center last Friday night. The goal was to help students … Read More
International Education Week takes place from Nov. 14th to Nov. 18th, which brings awareness international students who compose 13 percent of the total student population.