Munir Sayegh '11 is traveling the globe to find new Ambrosians.
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They will finish their undergraduate degrees in May and then begin an intensive, one-year program to earn their master's degrees in their second year.
Growing from just four students in 2010, this year's program attracted 12 students, two of whom were MBA students who participated in a consulting project for a local business as a part of their ABE experience.
Video: Why are international students choosing St. Ambrose?
The hardest part Chris faced in his Study Abroad experience was "not knowing what awesome thing to do first!"
Joe says he wanted to Study Abroad to learn about ancient civilizations and the development of Christianity, so now he can do both!
The son of an Iowan mother and Palestinian father, Munir Sayegh ’11 is spending a year in Cairo examining Qur’anic (Koranic) manuscripts and other ancient Arabic letterforms, studying with typographers and calligraphers. Read his story and view photos.
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