The Office of Global Education supports international students from around the world and organizes short- and long-term study abroad opportunities for students with more than 100 programs in 30 countries.
The broad scope of the liberal arts education at Hampden-Sydney has been extremely valuable. I talk with a lot of general officers, CEOs and executives from various organizations. My ability to carry on a wide-ranging discussion and speak from a broad worldview, including specifics of various subjects, has been remarkably helpful.
Stephen Robinson ’83, CEO of EVENPULSE
Whether during the summer or the academic year, 30% of Tigers study abroad before they graduate. Last year, students studied in more than 12 countries, including Spain, Greece, Japan, Russia, South Africa, and Costa Rica.
Through a translator at a youth basketball clinic in Brazil, Guilherme "Gui" Guimarães '18 and his parents received an offer for the then 17-year-old to finish high school and play basketball in United States. The catch?