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NSE Ticket to Somewhere, Seminar Part 3
Location: Student Services Center Room W201
The National Student Exchange offers UH Hilo students the opportunity to choose to study up to one year at over 150 universities around the U.S., Canada and U.S. Territories, with the potential of paying UH Hilo in-state tuition. At this third session we will discuss what happens after your application has been completed and submitted, including the all important Placement Conference. Anyone interested or thinking about going on exchange should attend. LIVE LIFE OUTSIDE OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE…EXPLORE YOUR OPPORTUNITIES WITH NATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE.
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