IEW   International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. International Education Week is sponsored by the UT Dallas International Student Services Office and the Office of International Education and runs from November 14-18, 2011. Students, staff, faculty and community members are invited to participate in the week's events.

Go Global at UT Dallas

International Education: Inspiring Students Locally to Succeed Globally

Monday, November 14 at 12:00 Noon

Learn the Dabke Dance

From the students of:

MESA, Middle Eastern Student Association

 

Tuesday, November 15 at 12:00 noon

Learn the Bhangra Dance

from the students of:

Bhangra Kingdom


Monday, November 14 at 1:30 pm

Get a Henna (Mehndi) Tattoo

From the students of:

ISA, Indian Student Association

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Tuesday, November 15 at 1:30 pm

Practice Chinese Calligraphy & make Peking Opera Mask

from the students of:

FACSS, Friendship Association of Chinese Students & Scholars

All workshops will be in the SU Galaxy Rooms

For information regarding these cultural workshops, contact ISSOPrograms@utdallas.edu.


Study Abroad Information Booth

Thursday, November 17 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Student Union.

 

 

Advisors from the Office of International Education (OIE) will provide information about international educational opportunities for UT Dallas students including study abroad programs, exchange mobility, internships, independent studies, faculty led programs, research, and the International Fund Scholarship

For more information, visit the Office of International Education.

 

According to Open Doors, 690,923 international students from over 200 countries studied in the U.S. in 2009/10. International education is also a vital service industry, bringing more than $20 billion into the U.S. economy in 2009/10. According to Open Doors, 260,327 U.S. students studied abroad in 2008/09. International education prepares U.S. citizens to live, work, and compete in the global economy.

 

Updated: December 5, 2011