The Crossing Cultures journal published by the WLC offers a means for students to experience the writing and publishing process and seeks to highlight the unique student writing and experiences that happen at Franklin.
"It's probably the best thing that I've done in my life so far...there's travel, the academics, the entire location of this school." Clarence Yuan '16 shares thoughts on what the Franklin experience means to him. #franklinfaces
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On November 19, 2014, FUS Career Services and the Franklin Business Society took part in a video conference call with Dietmar Siersdorfer, CEO of Siemens UAE and Middle East, and his executive staff.
October marked once again the Academic Travel season for FUS students and the offering of one of the most popular courses - "Malawi: Sustainable Agriculture" led by Professor Armando Zanecchia.
The Department of Modern Languages' outreach projects foster connections with the local community through the TANDEM program and student articles in Italian in L'Universo, an insert for students in a local newspaper.
FUS Professor Andrea Terzi recently published Salviamo l'Europa dall'austerità, a new book about the Euro crisis, focusing on how economies respond to macroeconomic policies.
On Tuesday, September 23, Franklin University Switzerland's English Language Teaching (ELT) Program once again began offering English language courses to local residents in Sorengo.
Studying at Franklin is itself an intercultural experience, but learning in an international context doesn't stop during the summer break.
The Taylor Institute Master of Science in International Management is a dynamic and relevant graduate business program.
"Hello! My name is Jessica, I am so happy we could meet! :) I am currently a student at Franklin University Switzerland and through this blog I am hoping to share with you a little bit about my experiences here!"
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