Are you interested in going abroad but not sure how to make it happen? The best way to get started is to attend the 2010 Go Global Fair, a once-a-year event where MIT's global opportunity programs come together in one place to share information about the incredible range of opportunities available to students — including study, internships, public service and research abroad.
Representatives from the Global Education Office, International Development Initiative, MISTI, the Public Service Center, and UROP will help answer questions and explain how to apply and how to receive funding for these opportunities abroad. In addition to MIT programs, representatives from outside providers will also be participating in the fair, including local and foreign universities as well as educational organizations that provide a variety of programs that MIT students have participated in over the years.
Stop by the Go Global Fair from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 16 in the Bush Room (10-105) to pick up your free “MIT Passport,” meet with representatives, and learn how to add a global component to your MIT degree.