Study Abroad

UCIE receives grant to begin student exchange in Argentina

The grant will help UCIE set up an exchange between Wright State students and students from Argentina’s National Northeast University of Buenos Aires. Continue reading

Passport to paradise

Wright State’s University Center for International Education hosted a Study Abroad Fair in the Student Union Atrium on Feb. 15. Continue reading

Going places

Wright State MBA student Tasha Fox turns college experience into whirlwind of overseas study, volunteering

Tasha Fox has taken study abroad trips to Belgium, Tanzania, China, France and Israel. Continue reading

French scholar Pascale Abadie receives Wright State’s 2016 International Education Award

Pascale Abadie, an assistant professor of French, is a driving force of Wright State’s France Ambassador Program. Continue reading

International Education Week offers students a glimpse of the world

The University Center for International Education will host a week of free cultural activities during International Education Week from Nov. 14 to Nov. 18. Continue reading

Jamaican jaunt

Music education major Katie Schmidt shares her skills with the children of the Caribbean nation

During a study abroad and service-learning trip to Jamaica, Katie Schmidt taught students singing and how to play the recorder. Continue reading

Community accessibility course takes on Cuba

Students can travel to Cuba to compare that country’s public accessibility with the United States during a course on Community Accessibility for People with Disabilities in Cuba. Continue reading

French lesson

Wright State’s Sarah Koraym uses French major as springboard to medical school

Sarah Koraym wants to practice medicine around the globe and serve people who have limited access to medicine. Continue reading

UCIE promotes study abroad at I Fest

The Wright State University Center for International Education encouraged students to study abroad during I Fest in Honors Hall on March 11. Continue reading

Japanese cherry tree planted on campus to symbolize the success of Wright State’s exchange program

Japanese cherry tree planting

A Japanese cherry tree in Wright State’s Garden for the Senses is a living symbol of a long-running student exchange program between the university and Japan’s KAKE Educational Institution. Continue reading