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5/9/2017 5:09:22 PM

Clay Dube
Clay Dube
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Subject: info sessions 5/10 & 5/17 -- new usc degree program
Hi Folks,
Some may be interested in this new USC program. Info sessions are this week!

A recent news release shared the official launch of USC's World Masters in Language Teaching program, a dynamic dual degree program that prepares students to teach English and other languages to a variety of learners in multilingual and multicultural settings around the world. During the program, students spend part of their time at USC in Los Angeles and part of their time at a premier partner university in Hong Kong or South Korea.

The World Masters program will provide language professionals with an international study experience that will deepen their knowledge of language, education, culture and social context. The students you currently work with are especially qualified and competitive for this program, and I welcome you to learn more about this graduate school opportunity.

Higher education professionals and prospective graduate students in the Southern California area are invited to learn more about the program at an upcoming information session this month. Please pass this email invitation along to your own network of colleagues and students:

Wednesday, May 10th at 3:00 PM PST: Online info session Wednesday, May 17th at 12 PM PST: USC on-campus info session (location TBA), we will also be live streaming this info session for those who would like to join remotely RSVP here for further details: https://goo.gl/forms/OydJGEiiYepxEE4A2
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