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Why Go On Exchange?

Location: Library Lanai

UH Hilo's Center for Global Education and Exchange and National Student Exchange Programs will be on hand to provide advice and information about available study abroad and NSE opportunities. Learn about the application process and what it takes to go on exchange. Meet alumni and hear about their personal experiences and why you should go on exchange.

For more information, contact: uhhglobe@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7488

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