International Programs News
Monday, April 22, 2019
UNO Studio Art student receives Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study abroad
Getting an education abroad is an important decision to make, especially when navigating program options and finances. However, Kyliesha Peak is living proof that despite out of control circumstances, going abroad can be possible for anyone.
Applications for 2019-2020 Global Diplomats Now Open
Interested in meeting international students and learning about other cultures? Apply to be a global diplomat!
UNO alumnus receives scholarship for Japanese graduate program
As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Life is a journey, not a destination.” For Jorge Nieto, this quote rings particularly true when reflecting on his path to academic success.
Workshops on Intercultural Learning in Education Abroad hosted by University of Nebraska
Research on education abroad demonstrates the central role of ‘cultural mentoring’ to help students develop intercultural awareness and competence, especially as they study and live in increasingly diverse environments, and engage in the global workplace after graduation.
ILUNO Program Earns CEA Accreditation
The Intensive English Language at UNO (ILUNO) Program is now accredited by Commission on English Language Program Accreditation for the maximum duration of five years.
Jane Meza Named to Lead Global Engagement
Meza's position oversees UNO International Programs; UNMC International Health and Medical Education; and Asia Pacific Rim Development Program.
100 years after 1916 Easter Rising, UNO students travel through Ireland’s past
This June, students were able to call Ireland their home for a time as they studied abroad with UNO’s Irish Literature and History program, coordinated by Professor Hugh Reilly and co-taught by Dr. Lisabeth Buchelt and Instructor Molly Loesche.