UC Davis wants ‘Global Education for All’ students

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"We want 100% of our students by the time they graduate...to have some form of global and intercultural engagement". Photo: Pexels

By Kerrie Kennedy, The PIE News

"The Global Affairs division at the University of California, Davis has set an ambitious goal of ensuring all students have access to a learning experience that will prepare them to succeed in an interconnected world and global job market. Currently, more than 37,000 undergraduate and graduate students attend the university.

The ‘Global Education for All’ program, a UC Davis “Big Idea”, aims to move beyond traditional study abroad opportunities by providing students with a variety of experiences tailored to their interests, skills and aspirations.

Opportunities on offer include internships and domestic experiences that have global footprints, learning opportunities that employ virtual international collaboration and experiential learning that crosses academic and geographic boundaries."

Read the full article at The PIE News.

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