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10 Ways to Go Global at Miami
Are you interested in studying abroad? Or maybe you want to connect with international students right on Miami's campus? There are a lot of ways to get involved and go global at Miami.
Study abroad scholarships fund exceeds #MoveInMiami goal
2019 was Global InitiativesÂ’ third year participating in the festivities with a goal of 50 donations for the study abroad scholarships fund. Thanks to our generous donors, we exceeded the goal with 58 donations.
10 Tips for Celebrating Global Friendship Day at Miami
On Wednesday, August 21 over 100 incoming domestic and international students will spend the day together building relationships and developing intercultural perspectives. In support of this event, here are some tips for global friendship.
Where in the World is Miami Wednesday: Malaysia
Ryan attended the University Scholars Leadership Symposium which was held in the beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 1st through the 7th.
Miami students receive national scholarships to support study abroad programs
Several Miami University students have received national scholarships to support their study abroad programs this summer and fall.
Where in the World is Miami Wednesday: Meet an International Student from Myanmar
Pranshu and his broomball team after winning the championship game.Meet Angel Thwe, a senior double majoring in Marketing and Supply Chain & Operations Management, with a minor in Chinese, from Myanmar.
Major Insight: LGBTQ+ Activism Through Art and Literature
Featured Majors: Classical Humanities; Creative Writing; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
MUDEC Student Interns at Largest Brewery in Luxembourg
Henry is an Economics major with an Entrepreneurship co-major. We asked Henry some questions about life as a business student at MUDEC.
Latin American students visit Oxford to share interdisciplinary and intercultural experiences with Miami faculty and students
Twenty students from Panama, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Colombia, and the Dominican Republic will soon be wrapping up three weeks in Oxford as part of Miami's annual Study of United States Institutions (SUSI) program, sponsored by the U.S. State Department and the Department of Education