Alma Tejeda Padron embodies the qualities of determination and perseverance shared by fellow international students across the U.S.
The University of Arizona set a new high-water mark in the number of faculty and researchers awarded Fulbrights in 2020-21.
Arizona Global has created a new online home for the international student experience!
Students in the American University of Phnom Penh/University of Arizona Dual Degree Law Program are competing in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court competition, scheduled for Spring 2021. One team from every eligible school is allowed to participate. The team representing AUPP, consisting of five current AUPP/UA students, will participate in the annual simulation of a fictional dispute between countries before the International Court of Justice. The 2021 Competition will address the problem...
The University of Arizona and EducationUSA India are excited to announce the winners of the UA Studentrepreneur Challenge 2020!
This year, 131 teams from various schools across India entered the challenge, each submitting a 500-words essay on “An Innovative and Successful Business Venture Post COVID.”
International Education Week (IEW) is part of our ongoing efforts to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study and learn at the University of Arizona through exchange experiences. While IEW events are not taking place in-person this year, we invite you to enjoy some virtual events that may interest you.
After a competitive review process, the Department of Education awarded the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) a two-year grant through the Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language (UISFL) program.
Over the summer, Arabic classes at the University of Arizona were three times their normal size. In addition to learning Arabic with new web-based materials, students could participate in virtual cultural activities with people in Morocco. Such programming is possible in part because of funding from the Arizona Arabic Flagship Program, which has won a new $1.4 million grant for 2020-2024 – plus summer and year-long study abroad scholarships for each Flagship student – from the National Security Education Program. The University of Arizona is one of only six institutions in the country selected to host an Arabic Flagship Program, which helps undergraduate students from diverse majors reach superior-level fluency in Arabic by graduation.
A week of virtual events, online workshops, and live advising sessions. And don't miss the scholarship raffle!