Workshops & Events

UC International Workshops are for faculty currently leading or interested in leading students abroad. They also cover topics for administrators helping with the faculty-led study abroad process. Workshops cover a variety of subjects on how to prepare yourself, as an employee of UC, to travel internationally with students and best practices both in the planning stages and while abroad. UC International recommends that you participate in some combination of our workshop series at least once a year, as we are always updated our best practices and integrating new information.


Workshop Dates & Times

Please RSVP for all workshops that you plan to attend by using the links provided.

Time

Workshop Title

Location

Wednesday, September 19, 2018
2:00 - 3:00pm

TerraDotta Training
This workshop will provide beginners & returning users an overview of our online application system for study abroad.
Edwards Center One, Room 7148

Friday, November 2, 2018
9:00am - 1:00pm

Forum on Education Abroad - Standard 8: Health, Safety, Security & Risk Management
This training, arranged in partnership with one of the leaders in international education best practices, will address the risk management challenges of supporting students abroad on faculty-led programs. The session will detail the best practices standards developed by Forum, and then participants will apply these standards to real-world case studies. Note: this training will be a repeat of the February 2018 training also led by Forum.
Annie Laws Room (Teacher's College 407)

Tuesday, November 6, 2018
2:00 - 3:00pm

So You Wanna Lead a Study Abroad?
This workshop will provide resources and best practices on how to start the development of a faculty-led study abroad course. We will cover details on how to set a budget, plan the logistics, market the program and recruit students and how to lay the ground work to develop a solid and sustainable study abroad program.
Edwards Center One, Room 7148

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

2:00 - 3:00pm

So You Want to Study Abroad?

This workshop will provide resources and best practices on how to start the development of a faculty-led study abroad course. We will cover details on how to set a budget, plan the logistics, market the program and recruit students and how to lay the ground work to develop a solid and sustainable study abroad program.

Edwards Center One, Room 7148