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The globalization of teaching, learning, research and community outreach exposes students to an intellectual framework that enables them to analyze contemporary political, economic, and scientific events and understand their impact at the local, national, and global levels. Students will develop an appreciation for communicating across cultures and national borders with sensitivity.
The university is enriching educational abroad opportunities and enhancing the globalization component in its curriculum. Increasing the number of international students/scholars studying on Temple's campuses has helped in breaking down cultural and national barriers within the community.
- Number of courses that integrate globalization into the curriculum is growing
- Since 2008, added 17 new study abroad opportunities
- Number of students participating in study abroad opportunities 939 ('08-'09)
- Number of international students studying at Temple University 1919 ('08-'09)