UA #GlobalWildcats Blogger Application

Submit the application below to apply to be a UA #GlobalWildcat blogger for the Fall 2018 semester.  If you are selected, we will email you instructions for how to proceed.

Benefits of Blogging:

  • Improve your writing skills.

  • Gain experience and skills to add to your resume.

  • Share your unique #GlobalWildcat experience with the UA community.

  • Connect with other international students across campus.

  • Show the world what it means to be international.


  • #GlobalWildcat bloggers are selected on a semester-by-semester basis.

  • If selected, you will be expected to write a minimum of 4 blog posts (one per month).

  • Each blog should be between approximately 400-1000 words in length.

  • Blog posts must be submitted at least one week in advance of the desired posting date. International Student Services reserves the right make final edits before publishing.

  • In addition to text, you may use images and videos that help you to share your experience, promote international education and engage other students.  All content must be original, or include appropriate citations to credit the content author.

  • Remember that your blog posts will represent not only yourself, but also International Student Services and the University of Arizona. If you have any questions or doubts about the appropriateness of potential post, contact Andrew Conlogue for guidance.

  • Stay true to yourself and have fun!


Tell Us About Yourself (in 400 words or less)
Use the following questions to guide your response: What are you studying? Why did you choose to study at the University of Arizona? What is your favorite place on campus? What are your hobbies outside of class? Do you have any advice for new international students at the UA? If you are selected to be a #GlobalWildcat blogger, your answers will be used to create your blogger profile.
Sample Blog Post: Tell us about… (400-1000 words)
Flex your blogging muscles! Select ONE of the following prompts to write a sample post: (1) a trip you took in the U.S., (2) your favorite place in Tucson, (3) adjusting to life in the U.S., or (4) classroom culture in the U.S. compared to in your home country
Do you have any other social media that demonstrates your unique perspective?
(Your accounts must be public if you want us to review them)