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September 27, 2012

Global education program at ECU is a two-way street

Ada —  

Being involved in East Central University’s Global Education Program is a two-way street for students Elsa Mouly, Natalia Kulinichenko and Olga Prudka.

Mouly, from France, along with Kulinichenko and Prudka, both from Ukraine, are on the ECU campus to not only learn and study, but to teach others about their countries and cultures.

Dr. Olena Bagumian, from Ukraine International Christian University, is here for one semester as a visiting instructor.

The ECU Global Education Office, under the direction of Dr. Mara Sukholutskaya, actively recruits international students from around the world to attend ECU; organizes short-term Study Abroad trips; provides opportunities to travel and study internationally through an exchange program with sister institutions: Kiev National University of Linguistics (Ukraine) and State University in Moscow (Russia); has a Study Abroad program with the University of Extremadura in Spain; and assists students in obtaining international study abroad scholarships through the Brad Henry International Scholar Program.

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