Students Tout Power of Experiential Learning at Study Abroad Fair
Davae Gibson could not stop smiling, betraying her desire to spend a semester at a top university in another country.
It was Thursday morning in the Curry Student Center Indoor Quad, the site of this fall’s Study Abroad Fair.
“I really want to take advantage of Northeastern and get international experience,” said Gibson, AMD’19. “What better way to learn more about different cultures?”
She noted that London and Rome topped her international wish list. As the second-year architecture major put it, “There’s so much beautiful architecture in Europe.”
The fair, hosted by Northeastern’s Global Experience Office, convened 500 students as well as representatives of more than 30 international study programs.