BYU ROTC cadets had the opportunity to complete a series of difficult physical and skill-based evaluations for the German Armed Forces proficiency test.
BYU anthropology student Caroline Palmer loves England so much she decided to do two study abroads in the UK back-to-back.
The Model United Nations program has resulted not only in an outstanding winning streak, but also a number of marriages.
Founding members of Neonatal Rescue experienced saving a baby’s life on a ventilator first-hand after working hard on developing a ventilator for newborn babies abroad.
Performing humanitarian aid in Fiji, implementing his own productivity-increasing design in small-scale farms in Peru, starting his own business — BYU student Preston Alder puts his love for service and his entrepreneurial skills to good use.
Working in a foreign country can be exciting and rewarding according to BYU students and professors — but it does have some challenges. Students and professors shared their experiences working abroad and what one should consider before going.