UW Bothell has joined over 150 institutions nationwide in the Institute of International Education (IIE)’s Generation Study Abroad initiative to double the number of American students who study abroad by the end of the decade. Adding an international component to the college experience not only helps students develop global skills, such as adaptability, intercultural communication, and problem-solving, but also shows positive correlation with graduation rates and post-graduate success. Our commitment is to increase study abroad participation to 15% of all UW Bothell students graduating during Academic Year 2019-20.
Study Abroad Information Session
Interested in studying abroad? Come find out how! Topics include types of programs, funding opportunities, credits and much more!
Tuesday, November 18 6pm-7pm
At Husky Village Community Center
International Education Week
November 17th- 21st
International Talent Show
Celebrate International Education Week by showing off your cultural talent and audition on October, 24th, 2014 10 am and 3 pm in CC1-011