[ID:5867]Does the idea of living an international life entice you? Would you like to be someone who studies abroad for a semester, backpacks through South East Asia for a summer, or eventually finds work in Paris, Rome, Rio, Mumbai or Shanghai after graduation? How would you like to visit good friends you've made while living in Nairobi, Dubai or Amsterdam? You can do all of this and more by starting early. Possibilities and opportunities abound for freshmen who want to build international skills at home and abroad. Motivation, dedication and planning will be your best friends.
If you are curious about other cultures and if you want to travel abroad, it's very easy to start building international skills while you are in school. You'll find tons of opportunities on campus to help you on the right track.
- Take international courses: Register for international courses or write essays on international subjects in your field of interest. Consider taking courses on another country or region’s history or politics.