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Stanford in Redwood City Deemed School’s “Worst Abroad Program”

May 9, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Stanford in Redwood City Deemed School’s “Worst Abroad Program”
Stanford in Redwood City Deemed School’s “Worst Abroad Program”

Only months after its establishment, Stanford in Redwood City has already drawn criticism as Stanford’s worst-ever abroad program. Although it features several amenities not available on Stanford’s home campus, such as a “a town square that will serve as the civic heart of the campus” and “ample parking”, students have […]

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Stanford Opening New Study Abroad Program at FroSoCo

April 18, 2014 9:01 amComments Off on Stanford Opening New Study Abroad Program at FroSoCo
Stanford Opening New Study Abroad Program at FroSoCo

After years of the same old, humdrum locations like Madrid, Santiago, and Berlin in overseas studies, Stanford has recently announced the arrival of its newest study abroad program at FroSoCo. Formerly a dorm celebrating (non-sexual) synergy between freshman and sophomores, FroSoCo has been called “a whole ‘nother world” and “an […]

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BOSP To Cut Dangerous Australia Program

October 28, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on BOSP To Cut Dangerous Australia Program
BOSP To Cut Dangerous Australia Program

STANFORD, CA – In a news release this week, the Bing Overseas Study Program announced that it would be canceling the Australia program after this quarter.  BOSP Director Jeff Cumberland explains, “We realized that Australia is a terribly dangerous place to be sending students…or anyone for that matter.  It really […]

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BOSP Announces New Program in North Korea

December 2, 2010 9:00 amComments Off on BOSP Announces New Program in North Korea
BOSP Announces New Program in North Korea

The Bing Overseas Study Program (BOSP) at Stanford is pleased to announce its new program in Pyongyang, North Korea.   Starting in Fall 2011-2012, Stanford undergraduates will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the diverse and stimulating cultural activities of the “Hermit Kingdom” while engaging in community based research […]

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