Category Archives: Study Abroad

Game Art and Animation and Where You Can Take It

Photo by Steve Mease By Sara Martin ‘18 Champlain College News Nick Comeau is a recent 2016 Graduate with a Bachelors in Game Art and Animation. He mainly focused in on Environmental Art in his last year here, which ultimately lead him to his internship as a Junior Environment Artist. What is your internship? I’m […]

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Freeman Foundation Grant Program and the Most Rewarding Internship in the World

By Sara Martin ‘18 / Champlain College News Bianca Roa is an upcoming junior at Champlain College. She is studying Marketing with Integrated Advertising. She is on the leadership board and a Charter Member of the Stiller Women in Business. Right now she is interning in China as a part of the Freeman Foundation Grant […]

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Champlain College Students Explore Cuba During Spring Break

By Olivia Werenski ‘17/ Champlain College News While you were away at spring break either back at your hometown or at a stereotypical college destination like Cabo or Cancun, Miriam Horne’s CORE-320 Human Rights class took a week-long trip to Havana, Cuba to learn more about the country and its rich culture, as well as […]

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China Ambassador Visits Champlain Dublin Campus

Ambassador Harry Tseng, the representative of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Ireland, paid a visit to Champlain Abroad Dublin’s Conflict Management class this week.  Ambassador Tseng spoke of the difficulties that Taiwan faces being a country with limited diplomatic recognition on the world stage.  This limited recognition means that Taiwan is no longer a […]

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Colleges Take Different Approaches to Study Abroad

Colleges Take Different Approaches to Study Abroad Share Tweet E-mail 0 Comments Print By PAT BRADLEY / WAMC Radio Listen 3:57 Enlarge image Credit Börkur Sigurbjörnsson/Flickr Study abroad programs are expensive programs for colleges and universities.  In Vermont, two small colleges reflect different approaches – one is struggling with costs, while another expands international studies. At the […]

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Irish Ambassador Visits Champlain College

Irish Ambassador to the United States, His Excellency Michael Collins talked about  “Ireland’s Economic Turnaround – The Story So Far,: during a two-day visit to Vermont and Champlain College  that was part of the Vermont Council on World Affairs’ “Ambassadors Series.”  Talks about the Economic Turnaround of  Ireland’s Economy In the Globalized World BURLINGTON, VT – […]

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Summer Trip to the Emerald Isle With Champlain

3rd Annual Discover Ireland Tour July 5 – 14, 2013 Champlain College invites faculty, staff, parents, alumni and friends of the college to experience a    10-day tour of IrelandSpace is limited to 25 participantsSponsored by the Office of International Education ·         Experience traditional music, food & spectacular scenery ·         Enjoy the scenic Irish countryside and the beauty of Western […]

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Dublin Study Abroad Featured in The Irish Emigrant

VT college gives students a taste of Ireland By Josh Fields Vermont’s Champlain College offers students the best of what Dublin has to offer. Burlington, Vermont’s Champlain College recently held an event at Marriott’s Courtyard Hotel in Boston’s Theatre District to showcase its Champlain Abroad program, based in Dublin.  The Irish Emigrant went along on the […]

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Montreal rated best student city in Canada

http://www.champlain.edu/office-of-international-education/champlain-abroad/montreal-campus-x8986.html BY KAREN SEIDMAN, MONTREAL GAZETTE UNIVERSITIES REPORTER FEBRUARY 15, 2012 MONTREAL – Is it great to be a university student in Montreal? You bet it is. Despite a lot of grumbling from some students about university life here, Montreal was just ranked the best student city in Canada – and 10th in the world […]

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International Round Table Discussions

Dublin Faculty Ciarán Buckleyhosts International Round Table Do the French really eat frogs legs? What is Budejovicky Budvar? Where is ‘James’ Gate’? If you want to know this and more join us at the International Round Table Thursdays 12:30 p.m. Jazzman’s Cafe, Hauke Center, Champlain College, Burlington VT Ciaran Buckley is spending the Spring semester of 2012 in Burlington, […]

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