Virtual exchange and outbound mobility

Those learners considering international work, travel abroad, but can’t afford it or are nervous about going alone, participating in this virtual exchange program was a substitute for our yearly short-term visit to Japan, a program that would have been partially funded by the school of business. Similarly, the objectives for the virtual pilot were increase confidence to travel overseas, participate in virtual tours and exchanges in Japan, and to create a reflective journal of learnings. Learners receive a co-curricular record on their transcript. Opportunity was open to students from our Business , technology schools 26 applicants 10 were accepted.

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