Attending events is the best way to learn more about all of the program options available to you! Whether it's a fair with our program partners, an information session on our UHart Faculty-Led Short-Term options, or a free Study Abroad Lunch with Alumni, there's an event for you.
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:
Are you interested in going overseas but not sure where to start?
The International Center is coming to you! The International Center and the various colleges will be co-hosting Study Abroad Snack N’ Chat sessions throughout the Fall 2018 semester. Stop by to learn more about the programs available to you (traditional study abroad – short-term and full semester options, research abroad, internships and post-grad opportunities such as graduate school overseas, work abroad, and teach abroad options) and meet with staff from the International Center.
Thurs. Sept. 20, 11:30-2:00pm on GSU Lawn (Rain Location: 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.
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.
We'll have representatives from Financial Aid onsite to answer your questions on FAFSA, loans, additional grants, et cetera - why make two trips when you can talk to the International Center and Financial Aid in one stop?
Tues. Oct. 2, 12:30-1:30pm, GSU 309
The International Center welcomes you back to campus! Meet 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!
Thurs. Oct. 11, 12:30-1:30, GSU 309
Are you interested in studying abroad but your parents don't want to let you go? 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!
All applications for students studying abroad for the spring 2019 semester must submit their applications to the International Center by Monday, October 15th. Please note: this is the deadline for UHart; some study abroad programs offered through our providers will have earlier deadlines so it is important to not wait too long!
Learn what it’s REALLY like to study abroad from UHart students who have already done it! Join us for lunch and a roundtable chat and get all your questions answered by study abroad alumni. FREE lunch be provided!
Sat. Oct. 20, 1:00-2:00pm, Dana Mali
Do you want to study abroad but your parents have questions? We will be offering a presentation to parents and students during homecoming weekend, complete with a panel of our study abroad alumni who will be available to answer questions
Sat. Oct. 20, 2:15-3:30pm, GSU Hawk Lounge
Join us for a reception for everyone interested in talking about study abroad! We will have alumni available to answer questions, and hope to have a few parents of students who have already been abroad there to discuss the experience of sending your student overseas. The International Center staff will also be available to answer questions and talk about the available program options. Feel free to stop by - no need to RSVP!
Thurs. Nov. 1, 11:30-2:30pm, GSU Hawk Lounge
Want to study abroad but you don't have a passport? We are partnering with the Hartford Public Library to bring passport processing on-campus and directly to you! You will need to bring the appropriate paperwork and required materials, but no need to go to the post office to begin your application. This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff!
Please note: it is not advisable for winter 2019, spring semester 2019, or spring break 2019 students to wait until this date to get your passport - you should start that process prior to this date, especially if you need a visa for your host country.
Scholarship applications are due for all students studying abroad winter, spring semester, and spring break 2019 (students participating on a spring program with travel during the summer will apply in April, not November, for scholarships).