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US State Department Official In Conversation at CU Denver
“The United States is open for business and we still welcome international visitors and students,” explained Assistant Deputy Secretary for Visa Services Edward J. Ramotowski, Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department …
ESL Academy Student Success Stories
Spring semester is in its final stretch, and summer is almost here. Get ready to enjoy a season filled with longer daylight hours, more time for outdoor recreation, and extra moments for catching up on …
Team Invited to Hong Kong for June Competition
Drums are pounding a rhythmic beat, gallons of water are splashing over the sides of the colorful 40-foot long canoe, and the 22 members of the CU Denver Dragon Boat team are …
Presentation Engages International Students & Scholars at CU Denver | CU Anschutz Medical Campus
In today’s rapidly shifting landscape of immigration regulations, international students and scholars are seeking clear answers and accessible resources – and the International Student and Scholar …
CU Denver Students Deepen Knowledge Through Study Abroad
Have you ever wanted to immerse yourself in a subject and truly learn it from the inside-out? Through two University of Colorado Denver semester-long study abroad programs, you can dive deeply into faculty-led program studies in communication, business, economics, environmental science, and political science; or sociology and refugee migration, and global climate change. Located in two of the most innovative cities in the world, Beijing and Berlin, students live, study, and explore in leading edge centers where design, business development, and social changes are taking place.
CU Denver Internship Programs Abroad
Dr. Ruben Viramontez Anguiano well understands the dilemmas faced by today’s aspiring first-generation college students. The son of immigrant parents and a former first-gen student himself, Anguiano learned how to navigate through the world of academic admissions, scholarships, and higher education classes to successfully earn his doctorate degree in human development and family studies. Ultimately, he discovered how to navigate the world itself – and share his passion for educational experiences with University of Colorado Denver students.
Program Collaboration Between CU Denver & CU Anschutz Medical Campus
Match the academic eagerness of CU Denver pre-health undergraduates with the abilities of distinguished international scholars at CU Anschutz Medical Campus and what do you get? The ISCORE program. The International Scholar Collaborative Opportunity for Research Exchange (ISCORE) was developed by the Office of International Affairs, the Graduate School, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; it offers a unique, friendly learning environment that teams undergraduate students in pre-health programs at the CU Denver campus with international researchers and scholars at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to the benefit of both groups.
“It enriches our community to have international students here, pursuing their academic dreams. Thank you for studying in Colorado, for sharing your talents and experience with us, and for celebrating International Education Week with us.”, said Dr. Kim Hunter Reed …
Event Successfully Showcases Schools & Colleges
“What kind of jobs require a degree in public administration?” “Exactly what is conditional admission?” “I have two more Levels to go at the ESL Academy; when should I start applying to CU Denver?”. These questions, and many more from international students, engaged University of Colorado Denver school/college representatives at the inaugural CU Denver Information Fair at the ESL Academy. Designed to connect ESL students in Denver in direct discussions with staff from the university’s schools/colleges, the event was attended by more than 80 students.
Global Health Study Abroad Program in Heart of India
“Sharmila is an inspiration,” declared Rohan Christie-David, Dean, Business School, during the October reception honoring University of Colorado Denver alumna Dr. Sharmila Anand, who was recently honored as one of thirteen “Heroines of Health” at the 70th World Health Assembly.