UW-Green Bay has partnered with the Universities of Stirling, Aberdeen and Glasgow to provide students with semester-long opportunities to study in Scotland. Representatives from the Scottish universities and the Office of International Education will be stationed outside of the Phoenix Bookstore from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 9) to provide additional information and answer questions.
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Interested in going to Germany? You don’t have to be a German major or minor to go! While there are courses taught in German, many courses are also taught in English! Come check out our German Programs Information Session this Thursday, Sept. 20th at 3:00pm in the 1965 Room – Hope to see you there!
Attention Business Majors! Study Abroad is a GREAT opportunity to set yourself apart from the rest of the applicants when you begin job-hunting! Come check out the opportunities that you have as a Business Major, from short-term, to semester and year-long programs in France, Germany, Denmark, Mexico, Spain, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Canada, Puerto Rico, The Virgin Islands, Guam and even other Universities in the U.S.! Come to the OIE this Tuesday, Sept. 18th at 3:30pm, or Wednesday, Sept 19th at 2:30pm to learn more!
The Fall Study Abroad Fair will be held Thursday, September 6th from 10:00 – 2:00, in Phoenix Ball Room C
Students will have the opportunity to attend the Fall Study Abroad Fair and learn about the 200+ domestic and international study programs available. Study abroad advisors and program representatives will be on site to answer questions and assists students in learning about these amazing opportunities! Whether you wish to study abroad for a few weeks, a semester, or a full year we have a program that will fit your needs. Also, we have three new, exciting programs to SCOTLAND beginning this Spring semester – come check it out!
“First Steps” meetings begin today, September 4th at 2:00, and will be held every Tuesday (at 2:00) and Wednesday (at noon) in the Office of International Education. Find out more about how YOU can study abroad!
The Office of International Education is holding the OIE Chili Cook-off on Wednesday, February 29th, 2012. Yes….it’s Leap Day Chili Day. Make sure you stop in to Cofrin Library 207 between the hours of 11:30 am to 1 pm. Try all the different chilis cooked by Brent, Kristy, Jemma, Gwen, OIE interns, and other UWGB staff. Make sure you vote for your favorite.
Take advantage UW-Green Bay’s study abroad program in Auckland, New Zealand and you might just discover the World’s greatest fruit, the Kiwi (Native New Zealander’s are also known as “Kiwi’s”)
It is not too late to participate in the National Student Exchange during the Spring 2011 semester. While application deadline has passed, a number of schools remain open for post-conference placements, including universities in warm climates!
Explore the country that hosted the 2010 World Cup and inspired the recent blockbuster film Invictus by participating in UW-Green Bay’s three-week Travel Course to South Africa. This fascinating and diverse country will be your classroom and Professor Illene Noppe leads examination of history, race relations, the AIDS epidemic. To learn more about this program taking place January 2-21, 2011, please see the program destinations page of the OIE website.