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.
Alex Abbott '17 recently won the Best Paper award at the 3rd annual National Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at West Virginia University, but he might argue that he cannot touch it, nor even see it.