Adventurers who want to take full advantage of Dartmouth might want to bring their passports: More than half the students study abroad before they graduate. And as demand for international learning grows, so does the list of Foreign Study (FSP), Language Study Abroad (LSA), and other programs spreading across the globe.
One student who’s taken full advantage of the Frank J. Guarini Institute for International Education is Pilar Brito ’16. She’s studied French in Paris, art history in Rome, Asian and Middle Eastern studies in Morocco, and Cuban history and culture in Havana. In fact, Brito, who describes herself as “a military brat,” chose Dartmouth for its wide array of international study programs. She serves as a student adviser for the institute.
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