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February 19, 2015


Indigo Rayne

And this all gives you credit stateside?

Shimer College

Yes, absolutely! Your tutorials that you take count for Shimer elective
credit (3-5 credits depending on the course); additionally, you’ll also be taking a Shimer course with the Shimer professor who travels with you, so you’ll be gaining core credit (5-7 credits depending on the course) aswell. Please see our academic catalog (
http://ow.ly/JPyON ) if you’re interested in details about credits.

Amol Lokhande

Great. very informative article.
Studying abroad is definitely a life changing experience in a positive way.
studying abroad makes us more Independent, Experience foreign culture and improve second language skills.
studying abroad definitely benefits our career.
Students who wish to study abroad may check https://www.eduhunters.com for information.


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