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Second Language Training

Developing Student Entrepreneurial Skills Within a Cross-Cultural Environment

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NAFTA-Preneur International Education Centre. Toronto, Canada

Developing Student Entrepreneurial Skills Within a Cross-Cultural Environment

See how you can start today! For more photos, please visit our slideshow gallery > 

NAFTA-Preneur two female students at the International Education Centre. Toronto, Canada

Developing Student Entrepreneurial Skills Within a Cross-Cultural Environment

See how you can start today. For more photos, please visit our slideshow gallery > 

NAFTA-Preneur students in Toronto, Canada. Photo 3.

Developing Student Entrepreneurial Skills Within a Cross-Cultural Environment

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NAFTA-Preneur students in Toronto, Canada. Photo 2.

Developing Student Entrepreneurial Skills Within a Cross-Cultural Environment

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NAFTA-Preneur - Revis L. Bell, Program Director at the Employment Training Centre. Toronto, Canada

Developing Student Entrepreneurial Skills Within a Cross-Cultural Environment

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Qualifying students can participate in an intensive language with related cultural activities at one of the partner institutions in another country. Students will enroll for a minimum of one semester at a host institution. Progress will be monitored by faculty at the home and host institutions through standardized testing and on-going reports of in-class performance.

The program is designed so that the courses taken at the host institution, as approved by her/his academic advisor, will count towards degree requirements at the home institution.

The program will provide a monetary stipend to the student while studying abroad. In general, it should cost no more to study abroad for a semester than to stay at the home institution.

Contact Information

NAFTA-Preneur Program Director, FIPSE:
Revis L. Bell
rbell@alamo.edu 

Location:
1801 Martin Luther King Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78203

Phone:
1+210-486-2407