As part of a renewable agreement, Italian engineering students enroll at SEC universities each fall, and engineering SEC students study in Italy each spring at the Politecnico di Torino. In addition, by utilizing a cooperative programming agreement, students from all SEC universities have access to education abroad programs offered at other SEC universities. Lastly, the Dr Pepper Awards give SEC students an opportunity to join an SEC faculty-led program.


2017 SECU Blog from Abroad – Day 3

China’s Ministry of Education is the highest governing body responsible for education — both secondary and post-secondary — in the country. It has almost unilateral authority to establish this country’s education agenda.
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2017 SECU Blog from Abroad – Day 2

There are some ceremonies and rituals that need no explanation. Today, we, along with students from the University of Georgia’s Institute of Higher Education, saw an example of this first hand while visiting Beijing Normal University on the second day of a week-long education abroad seminar in China.
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2017 SECU Blog from Abroad – Day 1

The daunting walk up a section of the Great Wall of China at Badaling was one of our first encounters with Beijing. That day also included a walk down into the Imperial Tombs of the Ming Dynasty (Dingling), which was excavated decades ago and still holds several original pottery pieces.
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