Passport to the World
Visitor Center Atrium
Come experience the tastes, sights and sounds of the world at this trademark event. We invite you to join us as we showcase a wide array of cultures through food, music, costume and much more. As the first event of International Week, Passport to the World is one of the many exciting ways we celebrate our rich culture at UT Dallas.
Student groups must complete the online form to secure a booth at Passport to the World.Brought to you by student organizations and the International Student Services Office.
International Tea House
Experience the world of tea. Learn about the rituals and history of teas, and taste teas from all over the globe.Sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and the International Student Services Office.
Cinematheque: Namastey London
Jonsson Performance Hall
Come and enjoy an international film, followed by an interactive discussion.Sponsored by Meteor Theater.
Women's Center, SSB 4.300
Experience the ancient Indian art of Henna. This personalized adornment is a free, relaxing and creative way to experience culture. Enjoy the temporary tattoos of Henna and decorative designs!Brought to you by the Galerstein Women's Center and the International Student Services Office.
International Talent Show
Activity Center Main Gym
The International Talent Show showcases student performances from around the globe through song, dance and more. Our entertaining program, including the announcement of winners from Passport to the World, is a show you won’t want to miss!
Students wishing to audition for the talent show must complete the online form by March 21.Brought to you by student organizations and the International Student Services Office.
World Beats Dance Party
Student Union Galaxy Rooms
Immediately following the Talent Show, celebrate the closing of International Week with a broad range of global dance music, and enjoy pizza while supplies last.
International Week is an annual UT Dallas tradition that celebrates the University’s diverse student body. Currently, there are more than 5,100 international students enrolled at UT Dallas from 100 countries:
Fmr Yugoslav Rep of Macedonia
Micronesia, Federated States of
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates