Students inaugural trip to Santiago

04 July 2012

Students inaugural trip to Santiago

A dozen GCU students will visit Chile

GCU students travelled to Chile this week to study at Santiago’s Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María.
A dozen students, from across the University’s three Schools, will be in Chile for two weeks studying Spanish language and culture, as well as undertaking voluntary work.
It is the first GCU visit to Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, with which the University has signed an exchange agreement. The trip has been generously partly funded by Santander.
Said International’s Ashleigh Morrison: “We are delighted that our students once again have a fantastic opportunity to immerse themselves in another culture.”
You can follow the students’ trip at http://caledonianblogs.net/gcuchilestudyvisit2012/

GCU students travelled to Chile this week to study at Santiago’s Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María.

A dozen students, from across the University’s three Schools, will be in Chile for two weeks studying Spanish language and culture, as well as undertaking voluntary work.

It is the first GCU visit to Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, with which the University has signed an exchange agreement. The trip has been generously partly funded by Santander.

Ashleigh Morrison, of GCU Recruitment & International, said: “We are delighted that our students once again have a fantastic opportunity to immerse themselves in another culture.”

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