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Education Abroad program will open minds to different world cultures

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Published on Mar 29, 2013

With close to 100,000 students in the Penn State system, most will be attending classes at one of 24 Commonwealth campuses in the Keystone state. Others will be online via World Campus. Within that vast number of students, about 2,500 will will actually set foot in a classroom on foreign soil, earning credits toward a Penn State degree. Student Reporter, Renae Gornick reports on how the team of advisors at Education Abroad turns aspirations of broadened horizons into reality.

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