Howard University Announces Its Largest Contingent of Study Abroad Students

howard_university_logo965x965Howard University in Washington, D.C., announced that 61 students will be spending the spring semester abroad. They join 31 students who studied abroad during the fall semester to make the largest group of study abroad participants in the university’s history.

This spring Howard students will go to 13 countries around the globe. Howard will send students to the European countries of England, Spain, France, Italy, and Denmark. African nations hosting Howard students include Morocco and South Africa. In Latin America, students will go to Costa Rica, Brazil, and Argentina. Howard students will be traveling to China, Australia, and Japan.

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