Wednesday, October 17th 3:30-4:30pm in the Learning Abroad office
Check the calendar to see this week's events! From in-office workshops to on-campus events, Learning Abroad would love to connect with you about how you can take your first steps to a program abroad.
Would you like Learning Abroad to present in your class or to your group? Want to collaborate on an event? Fill out our Learning Abroad Presentation Request form or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Critical Language Fridays: the first 3 Fridays in October
Fridays, October 5th, 12th, & 19th
Language Commons in Agnes Arnold Hall, 3-4pm
Join us for Critical Language Fridays where you will learn about the Critical Language Scholarship and the Boren Scholarship and Fellowship. Students who study critical need languages can apply to study for a summer or full academic year with these fully-funded programs sponsored by the Institute for International Education and the US Department of State. These three sessions are co-hosted by the Office of National Fellowships and Major Awards with the UH Honors College and Learning Abroad.
Scholarship Workshop: Wednesday, October 17th
Learning Abroad office, 3:30-4:30pm
Learn about your opportunities for scholarships that support your program abroad! Get insight from our advisors about applications, deadlines, and how make the most of your scholarship search.
Bauer Abroad: Tuesday, October 23rd
Melcher Hall Ticker Area, 11am-2pm
Are you a Business student? Stop by Bauer Abroad to learn about opportunities abroad specifically for you! From summer affiliated programs to faculty-led options and internships abroad, there are so many ways to get credit for your business classes abroad, and the Bauer advisors will be there to help you in understanding how those classes fit into your degree plan!
Trick or Treat Yourself: Wednesday, October 31st
Butler Plaza, 11:15am-1pm
Hey boo! Come celebrate Halloween with Learning Abroad. We offer a frightening amount of program options for students in every major in over 100 countries. Stop by for candy, swag, and of course to get more information on how going abroad can fit into your degree plan.