Institute for Study Abroad - Butler University

Featured Groups (12)

  • NUI, Galway: Fall & Academic Year 2012

    11 members Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2013

    Welcome Galway 2012 students! This page is designed to help you get in touch with other students prior to your departure. I hope you are all…

  • St. Andrews Fall 2010

    10 members Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2013 For anyone who will be studying at St Andrews in Scotland during the upcoming fall term

  • The University of Auckland

    21 members Latest Activity: Jan 23 Hi All, 

    Welcome to the University of Auckland, student network group. 

    The aim of this group page is to answer prospective…

  • Costa Rica Spring 2011

    18 members Latest Activity: Jun 20, 2013 Who's going to Universidad Nacional?!

  • Egypt

    54 members Latest Activity: Dec 12, 2013

    Egypt is a study in contrasts: one of the oldest cultures in the world, yet also a rapidly evolving society and one of the most developed…

  • Cuba

    10 members Latest Activity: May 9, 2011 A group for students who have or plan to study in Cuba.

  • Volunteer Abroad

    80 members Latest Activity: Jan 24 Studying abroad with IFSA-Butler isn't just taking notes in the classroom. It's about learning to be a global citizen! IFSA-Butler students volunteer…

  • IFSA-Butler's Poll of the Week

    7 members Latest Activity: Jul 16, 2011 See what students voted for in the past polls of the week!

  • Melbourne, Australia

    38 members Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2013 Anyone who is going to Melbourne Spring semester.

  • London

    88 members Latest Activity: Apr 12, 2014 For everyone who's studying in London, England Spring '09!

  • IFSA-Butler Global Ambassadors

    31 members Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2009 This group is for past study abroad participants who are representing IFSA-Butler on their home university campus.

  • Ireland

    212 members Latest Activity: Aug 27, 2014

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