Through Carolina Away, Ashleigh Roberson has built connections and got her footing in her classes.
Twelve international exchange students from seven countries are calling UNC-Chapel Hill home this spring. Due to COVID-19, many had postponed coming to UNC for one or more terms and waited months for travel restrictions to lift and visas to be approved before arriving on campus.
After joining forces in 2009, the Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies has risen to become one of the most respected German studies programs in North America.
The University’s new Vietnamese language pilot program is allowing students to enroll in introductory Vietnamese language classes at SOAS University of London.
High school students from across North Carolina recently gathered virtually for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University’s sixth annual Learning through Languages High School Research Symposium awards ceremony.
Pedagogical experts on world language instruction from across North Carolina recently participated in “The Future of Language Learning in North Carolina,” a virtual panel discussion about the direction of teaching and learning of world languages in the state. The panel was held in conjunction with Carolina’s sixth annual Learning through Languages High School Research Symposium.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is deepening its connections with Japan and building on relationships more than a century in the making.