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Did you know studying abroad through an approved University of Hartford program counts as a High Impact Practice (HIP)? Students are required to engage in a number of HIPS throughout their college career, which are designed to deepen learning and promote engagement.

Study Abroad 101 Sessions

Want to study abroad? Start the process with a 101 session!

Learn the study abroad basics, program options and how the process works. Sessions held weekly throughout the semester from 12:30pm-1:15pm in GSU 309 - the spring 2018 dates are Jan. 30; Feb. 8, 13, 22; Mar. 6, 13, 29; Apr. 3, 10, 19.

Short-Term Study Abroad Info Sessions

Summer Programs
Thurs. Feb. 1st, 12:30-1:30 - GSU 309

Study Abroad Events

Study Abroad Information Table

Thurs. Jan. 25, 12:00-1:30pm, University Commons

Interested in studying abroad?  Stop by the table and speak with a representative from the International Center and learn more about the options available to you for traveling overseas.


Connecticut Area Study Abroad (CASA) Re-Entry Conference (for Study Abroad Alumni)February 3, 2018, 9:30-3pm, University of Connecticut - let the International Center know if you're interested by January 26th; if there's enough interest, transportation may be provided!

https://abroad.uconn.edu/casa/

Join students from across the state at this one day conference geared towards helping you unpack your study abroad experience!  There are sessions on going abroad again (grad school, internships, work, Peace Corps),  cultural adjustment and returning home, communicating the experience (developing elevator pitches and learning how to discuss your overseas experiences on your resume and in interviews), and resume reviews. 

$5 in advance, $10 at the door

Chat with a Study Abroad Alum!

We've got a new Global Peer Advisor Program
Want to speak with our alumni about what it's like to study abroad?  We've got student advisors who are here to do just that! Our advisors have studied abroad for a semester and for short-term programs, represent different majors on campus, studied abroad in different countries, and are a mix of seniors, juniors, and sophomores. 

Stop by the International Center during their scheduled office hours and have an informal chat about their experiences abroad, and learn more about where you want to go!

NEW! Funding Your Study Abroad ExperienceTues. Feb. 6, 12:30-1:30pm, GSU 309

Want to study abroad, but not sure how to afford it?  The good news is you have tons of scholarship and financial aid opportunities available to you as students and we'll go through options available to you.

Marketing Your International Experience (for Study Abroad Alumni) Thurs. Feb. 15, 12:30-1:30pm, GSU 309

The International Center welcomes you back to campus! Come to this session to meet with fellow study abroad alums and gain valuable tips on how to process your experience, and how to use your study abroad journey on your resume, in job interviews and professional networking, and in securing your perfect job!

How to Talk to Your Parents About Study AbroadTues. Feb. 20, 12:30-1:30pm, GSU 309

Are you interested in studying abroad but not sure how to convince your parents to let you go? Or do you have doubts yourself? Attend this session and gain helpful tips to convince your parents (and anyone else) why studying abroad is right for you!

International WeekTues. Feb. 27 - Sat. Mar. 3

Celebrate all things international with UHart's annual International Week!  Events will be held throughout the week, such as the Lunch with Alumni and Study Abroad Fair, as well as a chance to learn how to Salsa, and cook an international-themed dish!  Attend at least four of our events and get FREE entry into our 33rd International Festival - a night full of music and performances, and all you can eat food representing a variety of different cultures.  You don't want to miss out!

Study Abroad Lunch With AlumniThurs. Feb. 27, 12:30-1:30pm, A421

Come learn what it’s REALLY like to study abroad from UHart  students who have already done it!  Join us for lunch and roundtable chat and get all your questions answered by study abroad alumni.  FREE lunch be provided!  This event is part of International Week - stop by and collect your stamp and you could earn free entry to the International Festival happening on March 3rd!

Study Abroad Fair

Thurs. Mar. 1, 11:30-1:30pm, GSU Cafeteria

Come speak with our study abroad partners, and learn about the options available to you.  Our partners offer programs in 80+ countries around the world!  We offer traditional study abroad programs, internships abroad, research/fieldwork programs, service-learning programs, and multi-country programs.



NEW! Funding Your Study Abroad ExperienceThurs. Mar. 8, 12:30-1:30pm, GSU 309

Want to study abroad, but not sure how to afford it?  The good news is you have tons of scholarship and financial aid opportunities available to you as students and we'll go through options available to you.

Study Abroad Applications Due - March 15th!

Planning on studying abroad for the fall 2018 semester?  Make sure to submit your UHart Study Abroad Application by the 15th!




Study Abroad Lunch with AlumniThurs. Apr. 5, 12:30-1:30pm, A421

Come learn what it’s REALLY like to study abroad from UHA  students who have already done it!  Join us for lunch and roundtable chat and get all your questions answered by study abroad alumni.  FREE lunch be provided!

Study Abroad Scholarships Due - April 15th!

Are you going abroad over summer term or the full fall 2018 semester?  Visit our Scholarships and Funding page now for details about the scholarships available to you, and to learn more about the application process.  Please submit all essays to meamurphy@hartford.edu by April 15th.