Global Learning On Campus
Take advantage of international learning experiences on campus.
There were not many people in the Global LLC but that's what made it so amazing. I really liked the close community. I feel like I knew everyone living there and could call them my friend. This is a stark contrast to what I was used to in student housing. Whenever you wanted to do something you could always count on someone joining you there.Christopher Hahn, Global LLC '19 - '20, international student from Germany
Being apart of the PC Prep program has allowed me to fall in love with the creative possibility that lies at the intersection of languages, diverse ideas and cultures. Through the coursework, sector-skills, professional and leadership development, I have gained invaluable skills in preparation for not just future Peace Corps service but also in my career.Jenny Rodriguez, B.A. ‘20, Peace Corps Prep Program
Diplomacy Lab is far more than just your typical term paper that you write at the end of the semester. It is potential for students to make real-world change. This project is a literal embodiment of ‘what starts here changes the world.'Michael Mosser, IRG Assistant Professor, Diplomacy Lab course instructor
I am passionate about learning about different languages and cultures, and more specifically about my own cultural background—Chinese. GPT's ability to bring both domestic and international students together and promote social engagement is something that I really value.Fiona Hua, B.A. ‘19, studied abroad and interned in China
Being a part of PALS has not only influenced my college experience but enhanced it here at UT. I absolutely love creating and hosting events for both international and domestic students on campus and watching friendships blossom as time goes on. Being able to help students on campus make friendships that go beyond borders has been the highlight of my college careerEvelyn Garcia, B.A. and B.J. '20, PALS Student Coordinator 2017-2020
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