International Institute Interest Survey and Aug. 30 Information Session RSVP
The International Institute (II) offers interdisciplinary undergraduate majors and minors, graduate Master's degrees, graduate certificates, and generous support to students for research abroad, international internships, and the study of less commonly taught languages, as well as conference travel and event funding. Additionally, the II's centers sponsor numerous conferences, lectures, exhibits, and cultural performances throughout the year.

To learn about our degree programs, upcoming events, current news, announcements, and funding opportunities available through the II, please complete the form below. You will be added to the appropriate mailing list(s).

Please also RSVP below for our 4-5:45 pm information session on Thursday, August 30, 2018, which will be directly followed by a dinner reception that is open to all attending students. The information session particularly targets incoming graduate students, but it is open to all!

The information you provide is intended for use only by the International Institute. By submitting this form, you agree to have the information provided shared with the International Institute centers and programs. You can opt out of mailing lists at anytime by contacting the appropriate center.

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Please indicate which International Institute centers and programs you are interested in. Please check all that apply. *
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Would you like to attend the International Institute's information session on Thursday 8/30?
On Thursday, August 30 from 4-5:45pm, the International Institute will host its annual fair and information session, followed by a dinner reception for all from 5:45-7pm. This event, on the 10th floor of the Weiser Hall Building, will include an overview of all International Institute programs, a fair, and center/program-specific breakout sessions. The information session particularly targets incoming graduate students, but it is open to all students!
Which one of the smaller breakout sessions listed below are you most interested in attending?
As part of the Aug. 30 Information Session, you can attend one 30-minute "breakout session" to learn more about a specific International Institute center or program. (You'll have a chance to learn about all other centers and programs at the II fair, which precedes the breakout session.)
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