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International News | February 29, 2020

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Study Abroad: Within Your Reach

Study Abroad: Within Your Reach

February 23, 2015 |

CU Denver Student Awarded Prestigious Gilman Scholarship

“Today’s students have more scholarship and funding opportunities for studying abroad than ever before,”

explained Diego Garcia, Director of Global Education/Study Abroad, University of Colorado Denver. “Each year, our office’s scholarship funding increases as the number of global education programs expands, and there are scholarships available through the university’s schools/colleges as well as through national organizations such as Boren, Gilman, Diversity Abroad Scholarships and many others.” Read More

Ich Bin Ein Berliner: “I Am A Berliner”

December 8, 2014 |

CU Denver Students Study Sustainability in Germany

The year 2014 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and nine fortunate University of Colorado Denver students were able to experience this historic event in person. The students are enrolled in the inaugural semester of the University of Colorado Denver’s Sustainability in Berlin study abroad program, which is organized in partnership with the Ecologic Institute. This innovative program provides students with the opportunity to study and research environmental issues while earning CU Denver credit hours and participating in local internships. Read More

Berlin Bound: Inaugural Semester of Sustainability in Berlin Program

October 3, 2014 |

As thousands of students are entering fall classes at the University of Colorado Denver, nine CU Denver students are stepping into classrooms at Germany’s distinguished Ecologic Institute for the university’s new partnership program, Sustainability in Berlin. The program provides an opportunity for students to study and research global challenges and solutions relevant to developing sustainable environments while they earn CU Denver credit hours and participate in internships. Read More

Economics : Inside-View & Graduation in China

July 1, 2014 |

CU Denver Semester in Beijing Student Jacob Clark

With a strong desire for a deeper understanding of world economic markets and the end goal of an economics degree in sight, University of Colorado Denver student Jacob Clark boarded a plane two years ago and headed for China. The result was not only that of reaching graduation, but also of being able to take the commencement walk at as part of CU Denver’s Semester in Beijing program in China. Read More

Reality of Healthcare Structure in Nepal

May 20, 2014 |

Global Studies Scholarship Supports Student’s Practicum

Breaking out of what is often referred to as the “U.S. cultural cocoon”, Suzanne Lewis, who is studying for her master’s degree in public health at the Colorado School of Public Health, entered completely new realities of lifestyle and healthcare structures during her studies in Nepal. Lewis was able to participate in a faculty-led Global Health Practicum in the Nepal Winterim Program after receiving the Global Studies Scholarship, which is offered through the Office of Global Education, Office of International Affairs.

“I am working towards completing my Global Health certificate, so it was really important and valuable to have a global health experience that takes me outside of the classroom and into a real international setting,” explained Lewis. Read More

The Art of Conversation – In English

May 5, 2014 |

ESL Academy Conversation Partners Learning & Fun for International & American Students

Lively conversations – spoken completely in English – are taking place every week between American and international students from around the world through the Conversation Partners Program at the ESL Academy, University of Colorado Denver. The program offers lunchtime and after-class discussion sessions for international students to practice and improve their English language skills as they enjoy learning with fellow students.

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International Student Earns Three Master’s & Studies Abroad through CU Denver

February 19, 2014 |

Student Realizes Full Potential

Student: Fahad Alhammadi
Home Country: United Arab Emirates
Degrees:  Master of Urban & Regional Planning, Master of Public Administration and Master of Urban Design 

Between completing three Master’s degrees at the University of Colorado Denver (totaling 87 credits with an outstanding 3.6 GPA), studying abroad in China, completing an internship, traveling throughout the United States, and making new friends, Fahad Alhammadi has clearly been busy. Read More

Learning Spanish in Chile

February 13, 2014 |

Study Abroad Student Prepares for Career as Bilingual Therapist

“You only live once, so why not make it an all-around experience? Try something new, learn and grow from it!”

Inspired by her goal of becoming a bilingual therapist and by her twin brother, who had studied in Chile, University of Colorado Denver student Hannah Jeanicke took a bold step in perfecting her Spanish language skills through studies in a Latin American country. Read More

Global Crossroads: University of Colorado Denver

December 3, 2013 |

Focus: Qatar

For international students and their American peers, the University of Colorado Denver serves as a global crossroads that combines cultures, historical perspectives, and modern education. International students from more than 130 countries have been welcomed at the university, which is a highly ranked academic and health sciences institution with 13 schools and colleges and more than 130 degree programs. Set against the beautiful Rocky Mountains, the University of Colorado Denver is also the setting for a wide variety of international cultural events, hosted by one of the 100 student clubs on campus or one of the many cultural organizations throughout the city of Denver. Read More

A New Experience Every Day : Semester in Beijing

November 27, 2013 |

American Student Gains Insight Into Rapidly Changing Country

“Bonds are forged more or less the same way, with trust, humor, and shared experiences; it is not difficult to make friends here.” –Paul Stahlke on making friends in Beijing

What it is really like to be an American student living and studying in Beijing? The question was posed to Paul Stahlke, a University of Colorado Denver International Studies major and Chinese Studies minor who is currently enrolled in his second Semester in Beijing program. Read More