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Applying for a Passport for International Travel: Workshop, Pointers, Tips and Tricks
David Reimer, passport specialist from Arkansas Passport Center in Hot Springs, will present information on international travel
U of A Rome Center Experiencing Record Enrollment
Enrollment at the U of A Rome Center is at record levels this semester. One hundred and thirty students from four universities are currently studying at the Rome campus, 36 from the U of A.
Registration Open for China Study Abroad 2018
The trip, which lasts from May 13 to June 4, is designed to give students the kind of experience and knowledge of China that is most desired by employers. Apply by Feb. 1.
2018 U of A French in Perpignan Program
This program offers intermediate and advanced students in French an intensive program in French language and culture, with 6 credit hours available. Apply by Feb. 1.
Deadlines Approaching for Bumpers College International Programs and Study Abroad Trips
If you are interested in Bumpers College study abroad opportunities and scholarship assistance, check out upcoming application deadlines.
Study Abroad in Brazil in Summer 2018
Adriana Rossiter Hofer, director of the Walton College Global Engagement Office, will lead a three-week program during the summer of 2018 to Brazil.
New Exhibit in Mullins Library Showcases Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners
Nearly 1,100 University of Arkansas students studied abroad during the 2016-17 academic year, visiting 44 countries.
Winners of Hoyt H. Purvis Award for Service in International Education Announced
Bruce Ahrendsen, Fran Hagstrom and Cynthia Smith have been named winners of the 2017 Hoyt H. Purvis Award for Service in International Education.
Students Can Study Education, Health Systems Around the World
In 2007, 18 students in the College of Education and Health Professions participated in study abroad programs. That number was more than 100 students during the past year.
Electrical Engineering Students Dial-In from Denmark
Program at Aarhus University in Denmark allows U of A students who are studying electrical engineering to study abroad without pushing back their graduation date.