Upcoming Deadline for Exchange Programs:
Spring 2018 and Calendar Year 2018 Sept. 15, 2017
Join us for a Learning Abroad 101 session Mondays at 1:30 PM in Union 159 throughout the summer.
This one-time information session provides guidance on how to choose a program and the application process.
Visit our calendar to see what other events we have planned for this month!In the meantime, if you are a student preparing to leave soon, here are some packing tips from Ethan Beseiris.
Summer Instagram Challenge Reminder
We have received stunning images from students for our Instagram Challenge!
Each Wednesday from May to August, we will be selecting a weekly winner. Be sure to use #utahabroad as well as an additional challenge hashtag to be eligible.
Click HERE to learn more about the challenge. submission guidelines, and eligibility requirements and click the picture to see our previous weekly winners!
Interested in seeing where students study and when?
Present Your International Research
Proposals due: September 6th
Final Posters due: September 19th
Are you conducting research or completing a project for your Learning Abroad program this year? Would you like to share your results with the University community once you return home this fall?
Good news: Each fall, Learning Abroad hosts a research exhibit at the Global U Expo that showcases student-made posters that summarize the wonderful research and projects that you and other students completed during your Learning Abroad programs. We are currently accepting student proposals for the research posters that we’ll showcase at our research exhibit this fall. This year, the Global U Expo and corresponding research exhibit will take place on September 20th from 11 AM-2 PM.
For those of you who would like to submit a poster, Learning Abroad will purchase the poster for the first four students who apply to present at the research exhibit. If you or a student you know is planning to present about your Learning Abroad research or project at another conference or for a class this coming year, this is a great opportunity to get your poster paid for!
Full details, including poster specifications, may be found here: http://learningabroad.utah.edu/student/returned-students/research-poster-session-guidelines.php.
Please direct questions to: LearningAbroad@utah.edu.
Make the best of your Learning Abroad experience!
Several students had the opportunity to teach English in a local Spanish school! Here is what he had to say about his experience:
“Teaching these students from the Basque Country was truly an awesome experience!
My first day in class I was greeted with smiles, shy “hellos”, and laughter! The class
went so smoothly and they were so interested in hearing about the United States. I
felt like a superstar in the classroom, and I think the best moment was when the kids
came up to me with paper and pen and asked for my autograph. So cool that I made a
small impact on their lives! “