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Activities for Students
Attend sessions by MSU faculty, graduate students, and guest speakers on topics ranging from Japanese hip-hop and Swahili greetings to Bollywood and French slang! You can also visit information booths to learn more about admission to MSU, study abroad, other international programs at MSU, and student life.
Teachers & Administrators
You are welcome to attend the general language and culture sessions, or sessions especially for teachers, including topics such as how to incorporate languages and cultures into your courses, current language teaching pedagogy, incorporating technology in your classroom, and how to motivate your students.
Activities for Parents
You are welcome to attend the general language and culture sessions, or sessions especially for parents, including topics such as admissions, financial aid, student life, and the various languages and international opportunities available to MSU students.
MSU Welcomes the World
Michigan State University is known worldwide for its commitment to international education in an era of ever-increasing globalization. With more than 260 study abroad programs and approximately 40 languages offered on campus, MSU is one of the leading universities in the country for internationalizing the student experience.
On Saturday, March 28, 2015, MSU will again invite hundreds of high school students, teachers, administrators, and parents to campus to explore a world of languages during the eighth celebration of World Languages Day. Free to all participants, this day-long conference will focus on the experiences that languages offer, and highlight the opportunities available for language and international study at MSU.
After an engaging opening plenary session, participants will attend a variety of fun and informational sessions throughout the day. See Schedule & Sessions for further details about the day.