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Off-Campus Programs: Multimedia

The year 2008 marks the 50th anniversary of study abroad at Dartmouth. Today the College offers 48 Language Study Abroad (LSA) and Foreign Study Programs (FSP) in 23 countries, from Morocco to Argentina. In 2006/2007, 64 percent of Dartmouth students studied abroad—the highest rate by far in the Ivy League. Over half of Dartmouth graduates have studied abroad since 1974/1975 (with the exception of one year).  Participation is bolstered by Dartmouth's financial aid initiatives, which help qualified students pay for beyond-tuition costs such as plane fare, ground transportation, and meals. All programs include three credit classes and are led by Dartmouth faculty members. The following videos are from October 2008. 

  • Theater FSP, London
    A masked Adrian Garcia ’10 works to “find the state of neutral” during Physical Theater class at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). 
  • Spanish LSA, Barcelona
    Dartmouth students in Conversation Class at the University of Barcelona, where Professor Joan Burguera brings up everyday topics to teach the students Spanish.    
  • Spanish LSA, Barcelona
    Hannah Sehn ’10 chats with Margarita and Roberto Verdugo at their home in Barcelona.
  • Environmental Studies FSP, South Africa
    Dartmouth students and faculty discuss the experience of the Environmental Studies FSP in South Africa.

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Last Updated: 12/1/08