Beginning the next academic year and extending for a period of ten years, the University has decided to accept three students each year as exchange students from Scandinavian universities. The students thus accepted must pass a suitable examination and be recommended by the American-Scandinavian Society. This arrangement is largely due to the efforts of President Nicholas Murray Butler, of Columbia University, who is also the president of the American- Scandinavian Society. This is the first time that such a step has ever been taken, and it is hoped, by eminent educators in this country, that this will do much toward cementing the firm friendship which already exists between America and Scandinavia.
Students from Scandinavian Colleges
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