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Programs Overview

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Michigan State University's Canadian Studies Center awards fellowships that are designed to encourage young professionals to learn about Canada, including its contributions and impact in North America and around the world. The program is generously supported by Canadian National Railways.

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Offered through MSU's College of Social Science, the Canadian Studies Minor curriculum will be designed for students who wish to increase their understanding of the processes of social, economic, political, and cultural change in Canada and Canada's international relations.

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The goal of the Canadian Studies Student Organization (CSSO), also known as the Canada Club, is to foster cross-cultural understanding within a student network.

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Education Abroad's mission is to ensure that all students at Michigan State University, irrespective of demographic background, academic discipline, or financial need, actively engage in international study that advances global learning and disciplinary scholarship.