"I was excited to come to UT and have been committed to supporting the international student community throughout my time here. I founded the Texas International Students Association, chaired the International Students Agency in the Senate of College Councils and was selected as a member of the Texas Orange Jackets. I will graduate knowing that I have the experience, academic skills and a whole network and community to support me as I pursue my goals.”
B.A. ‘18, Economics, B.B.A. ‘18, Finance (Egypt)
"I always knew I wanted to study abroad, but being a first-generation college student and lower income, I had no idea how to go about it. Through my ULN internship, I had the opportunity to learn about study abroad while developing career skills working at the International Office. As a biology major, taking an evolution course in Spain was incredible. It helped me see the value in engaging with my education and career possibilities.”
Biology major (studied abroad in Spain)
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Study abroad participation has increased by 12 percent. Our international population continues to grow despite national trends. We have infused global learning opportunities into the on-campus experience. And our focus on creating access, professional development and experiential learning has advanced internationalization across the university. What starts here changes the world.