Posted in Study Away
, Tuesday, October 7, 2014
"Study Away is beneficial to students in so many ways," says John Cerullo, history professor at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester who and was involved in UNH’s Budapest program. "We live in a globalized economy, and so many businesses have operations of one sort or another abroad. The person who has some experience in navigating unfamiliar customs, languages, regulations, etc. has a leg up on the competition for jobs with a future."