Below is a schedule of Fall
semester events for students interested in studying abroad and enriching their
education through off-campus opportunities. Dont miss out!
For more information on any of these events, please contact
in the Study Abroad Office at 860.768.5100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abroad Events Planned for Fall!
Below is a schedule of Fall 2013 events for students interested in studying
abroad and enriching their education through off-campus experiences.
Study Abroad 101 Info Sessions:
These info sessions are the *first step* in planning your off-campus experience.
They cover all the basics in order to get the process started. Topics include:
choosing a program
when to go abroad
finding a program to fit your budget!
Students only need to attend one session. 101s are mandatory for all students
who are planning to study abroad. Fall semester dates are as follows:
All sessions are held on Tuesdays from 12:30-1:15 in Auerbach 427.
*These dates have a special focus on affordable programming and how to make
study abroad work with every budget!
Study Abroad Fair
Thursday, Sept. 26, 11:00-2:00, GSU Lawn
Come learn about all the opportunities available to you! Choose from dozens of
countries around the world. Earn UHA credit, fulfill degree requirements and
keep your financial aid.
Global Ambassadors Club
Thursdays, Sept. 12, Oct. 3, Nov. 14 & Dec. 5
1:00 2:00 p.m., GSU 339
The Global Ambassadors Club brings together international and U.S. students from
all backgrounds. Meetings, games and
activities are held throughout the semester. Make new friends while learning
about the world!
Community Service, Internships & Research Abroad
Thursday, Nov. 7, 1:00-2:00 p.m., A427
Come learn about opportunities to carry out community service, internships and
research off-campus! Choose from dozens of countries around the world. Earn UHA
credit, fulfill degree
requirements and keep your financial aid.
Study Abroad Lunch with Alumni
Thursday, Nov. 21 , 1:00 2:00 p.m., A320
Come learn what it is REALLY like to study abroad from UHA students who have
already done it! Join us for lunch and roundtable discussion and get all your
questions answered by study abroad alumni. FREE lunch will be provided.
Spanish & French Clubs
Come take a break, practice your Spanish or French conversation and make new
friends! You dont have to be fluent to join in the fun. For more information,
contact the International Center.
For more information about any
of the programs listed above, please contact:
Assistant Director for Study Abroad
University of Hartford
If your department or student group would like to
add an event to our calendar,
please contact the International Center at 860.768.4870