Studying abroad seemed like a dream as the coronavirus pandemic stretched on and on — and then on some more — but it certainly made finally getting to go all the more exciting.
Many study abroad programs like Ireland, U.K. and Spain were canceled before the fall semester started.
The announcement comes after the U.S. issued a "Do Not Travel" advisory for the U.K. due to COVID-19.
The Education Abroad team also plans to add additional study abroad programs for winter, spring and spring break 2022.
We’re still in the middle of a pandemic. UMD shouldn’t be sending students abroad.
Maryland Semester programs will be offered in Denmark, Italy, Spain and Sweden.
Students can benefit from remote learning's flexibility and affordability.
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