The Center for Global Education wishes to send its heartfelt condolences to Boston and all who were part of this year's marathon. Thankfully none of UW-Whitewater's international students were harmed personally in this tragic event.
Welcome to the Center for Global Education. This is your link to all things international at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. The Center is committed to assisting Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni who are interested in making use of the educational opportunities of the Global community. If you are an international student, we stand ready to assist you in your efforts to study in the United States. If you are a domestic student, we can assist you in finding the international study abroad opportunity that is right for you.
Please take some time and explore the wide range of opportunities for travel, study, information, and commentary that are available through these pages. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact us via e-mail or telephone. We wish you well on your journey of international exploration!
Director of the Center for Global Education
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Global Pathways sessions
Students interested in studying abroad should first attend a Global Pathways Advising Session at the Center for Global Education, on the first floor of Hyland Hall. This 45-minute session is designed to introduce students to study abroad options at UW-Whitewater (e.g. types of programs, costs, financial aid & scholarships, how to research programs, and the application process). Global Pathways Advising Sessions take place at regularly-scheduled times while classes are in session. To find out this semester's session times, please visit the Global Pathways Advising Session page.
Learn what studying abroad is like on a day to day basis. Check out our current study abroad student blogs.