Kirsten Canterbury in Twin Cities Business

Global higher education has evolved beyond learning a language or spending time studying abroad. Those traditional opportunities still exist. But today colleges and universities have gone all-in on internationally focused education, helping students build global experience and learning through internships, volunteer work and research. At any given time during the school year, Minnesota schools pave the way for students to participate in some form of international travel. That might mean doing an internship at a company in Berlin, studying health inequities in South Africa or tracing Hmong family roots in Southeast Asia. Not only do these experiences open students’ eyes to the world, they can have lasting effects as graduates embark on their careers.

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