The University of New Mexico strongly endorses the nationally recognized need to promote global awareness of and sensitivity to multicultural issues in today's interdependent world. We invite you to browse this website for information regarding study abroad as well as available study programs. Once you've read through the information, we invite you to contact us by e-mail, attend an Abroad 101 session, or make an appointment to meet with an advisor. Thank you for visiting today.
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Updates & Upcoming Events Spring 2016 Deadline
The deadline for spring 2016 semester exchange and intensive language programs will be September 15, 2015. Apply now! If you wish to study abroad during summer 2015, there is still time, but many programs are filling up, so speak with an advisor now to ensure yourself a space! Study Abroad Fair
Our Fall 2015 Study Abroad Fair will be held on Thursday, September 3rd, 2015 from 10am - 2pm on the Cornell Mall between the SUB and Mesa Vista Hall. Don't miss this great opportunity to learn about a wide variety of study abroad programs and spreak with representatives from all over the world!
The International Festival will be held on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 from 10am - 2pm on the Cornell Mall between the SUB and Mesa Vista Hall. Come for food from around the world, international arts and crafts, and live entertainment!
The Pre-Departure Orientation for Summer 2015 faculty-led programs will be held Thursday, April 23rd, from 5:00 - 6:30pm in the Kiva.
The Pre-Departure Orientation for students studying abroad for a semester or a year beginning in Fall 2015 will be held Saturday, April 25th, from 9:00am - 2:00pm in Dane Smith 120.
If you would like to review the presentations, you can find them here. UNIV 391-498: Seminar on International Experiential Learning
This 3-credit course is being offered online in the spring (March 16-May 30) to both local UNM students studying outside of the United States, and to international students studying at UNM, who wish to engage in an individually-designed service learning program while earning academic credit. The service learning component may be completed during the regular semester or during as little as two weeks over spring/summer interim. This course can also be taken for 3-credits as an independent studies research course. For more information please see this flier or contact the professor, Guida Leicester, firstname.lastname@example.org, (505) 277-0906 or (505) 573-7902.
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