Study Abroad Information Sessions and Activities for the month

January

10th

General Information Session

Thinking about studying abroad? Curious about the incredible places you could go? Interested in how study abroad could enhance your academic career and degree? Drop by this session to learn more about study abroad opportunities, the application requirements, and how to get started.

12pm - 1pm, UC Aspen A

16th

National Student Exchange (NSE) Information Session

Learn more about how you can study 'within' - go to another American university, or spend a semester at a university in Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands!

12pm - 1pm, UC Aspen A

 17th

Faculty-Led Information Session - Lima & Cusco Peru

Learn about the amazing opportunity to study abroad in Peru this Summer 2018 with Dr. Enrique Bernales Albites, Assistant Spanish Professor in Hispanic Studies.

You don't want to miss this amazing opportunity to earn 3 credits abroad in this beatiful country

Room: CAND 1100

Time: 10:00AM

Also learn about scholarships that you may be eligible for. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Bernales Albites directly or contact Teneisha Ellis, Director of Study Abroad.

Application Information: Spanish in Peru

 18th

Faculty-Led Information Session - Berlin, Germany

Make your study of German politics, society, history and culture come alive!

Dr. Christiane Olivo, Department of Political Science & International Affairs,  will have two information session today to talk about the program that she is leading to Berlin for Summer 2018: German Politics and Society: Then and Now  PSCI 296: Study Abroad Experience (3 Credits)

Also learn about scholarships that you may be eligible for. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Olivo directly or contact Teneisha Ellis, Director of Study Abroad.


Room: MCKEE 327

First Session: 10:00AM

Second Session: 3:30PM

Application Information: Political Science in Berlin

 19th - 20th

5th SENCARIO Forum Symposium on Performative Pedagogy

On January 19-20, 2018, the Modern Languages Department at UNC will host the 5th SCENARIO Forum Symposium on Performative Pedagogy. This symposium is free and open to students and educators at all levels and from all disciplines, particularly current and future language teachers.

Click on the link below to register. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Erin Noelliste, professor in Mondern Lanagues.

Performative Pedagogy

23rd

Scholarships Information Session

Interested in studying abroad but not sure how to fund it? Visit this session to learn about the different scholarships that can help you travel the world!

11am - 12pm, UC Aspen A

 23rd

Information Session - Tucuman Argentina Summer 2018

Interested in studying abroad in Argentina Summer 2018 and earning 3 credits in Spanish?

Come to this amazing information session on January 23rd!

Also learn about scholarships that you may be eligible for. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Dr. Karla Del Carpio or contact Teneisha Ellis, Director of Study Abroad. 


Room: Candelaria 1100

Time: 12:30-1:30pm

More information will be provided on the application process at the meeting

 24 th

Faculty-Led Information Session - Paris, France

Dr. Lorie Sauble-Otto, Associate Professor of French, in the Department of Mondern Languages  will have a program information session today to talk about the program that she is leading to Paris for Summer 2018: UNC in Paris Experience (3 Credits)

Study French in the morning and experience Paris in the afternoons with an experienced guide.

Also learn about scholarships that you may be eligible for. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Sauble-Otto directly or contact Teneisha Ellis, Director of Study Abroad.


Room: CAND 0025

Time: 3:30 - 5:30pm

Application Information: Foreign Language in Paris

31st

Terra Dotta/Online Applications Information Session

So you've visited the "Apply Now" page and read the how-to guide, but you still have questions? Curious about how/if this new online system will affect the study abroad process? Learn how to start the online application and have any questions about it answered here!

12pm - 1pm, UC Aspen C

 31st

 SEA Semester on Campus

 A representative from the Study abroad program Sea Semester, will be on display in the lower level of the University Center in the morning.

Presentation: Information Session

Room: UC Spruce C    

Time: 3:00pm

Come to one or multiple sessions. Stay the whole time or, if you can only make a part of it, come for just a little while.
error_outline  Please note the different session types: General, National Student Exchange (NSE), and Scholarships

  • January 10 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - General

  • January 16 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - NSE

  • January 23 from 11am-12pm in Aspen A - Scholarships

  • January 31 from 12-1pm in Aspen C - Terra Dotta (Online Applications)

  • February 7 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - NSE

  • February 14 from 12-1pm in Aspen C - Terra Dotta (Online Applications)

  • February 20 from 12-1pm in Aspen C - General

  • February 27 from 12-1pm in Aspen C - Terra Dotta (Online Applications)

  • March 6 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - Scholarships

  • March 20 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - General

  • March 28 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - NSE

  • April 11 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - General

  • April 12 from 12-1pm in Aspen C - Scholarships

  • April 17 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - NSE

  • April 26 from 12-1pm in Aspen A - Scholarships