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    Students talk about their study abroad experiences

    Queens College students have the opportunity to take part of the college’s study abroad program, where anyone can travel and study in different parts of the world. The Education Abroad Office offers a wide range of choices. Students can join programs that last a month, a semester or an entire academic year. The college signed agreements with universities across the world—like in Europe and the Middle East—to encourage students to experience different cultures. Three QC students shared their study abroad experiences. All expressed satisfaction, but not without times of difficulties. Carlsky Belizaire is a QC alum that graduated last year. He now teaches English in Taiwan as part of the…

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    Queens College partners with Korean universities

    Queens College finalized an academic partnership with two prominent Korean universities, Korea University and Kyung Hee University for a collective exchange program. The Office of Global Education Initiatives and the Research Center for Korean Community held a press conference at QC on October 15, announcing the establishment, Korean American Data Bank reported. The program entails an equal student exchange between QC and the two universities. Any student under CUNY can register their courses and pay the tuition through QC and study at either universities. Pyong Gap Min, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, initiated the program last year. QC already established student exchange programs with other Asian countries such as China and Japan, but lacked a Korean partnership. Min…