International Education Week

Wake Forest students in front of the Taj MahalMore than 60 percent of Wake Forest undergraduates study abroad. More than 400 options are available through University-administered and affiliate programs in more than 200 cities and 70 countries worldwide.
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Study abroad ranks third nationally: Wake Forest ranks third in the country in the percentage of undergraduates studying abroad, according to the 2010 Open Doors report, published by the Institute of International Education (IIE). Read more »

To mark International Education Week, Wake Forest visited with some of its students studying overseas:

Worrell HouseWorrell House

London, England

Read about junior Ashton Astbury »

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Flow House in ViennaFlow House

Vienna, Austria

Read about junior Nick Conte »

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Casa Artom in VeniceCasa Artom

Venice, Italy

Read about junior Keeley Lawner »

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