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Cincinnati Law welcomes the world

May 17, 2019

The University of Cincinnati College of Law has fewer than 400 students, but some travel thousands of miles around the globe to enroll.


Study abroad for UC advisors

May 15, 2019

University of Cincinnati student advisors travel to Zagreb, Croatia, to experience what a faculty-led study abroad program is like for the students they advise and to give a presentation about American academic advising to an international group of university staff.


Study abroad gives UC Nursing students a global perspective

August 4, 2023

Study abroad at the University of Cincinnati College of nursing gives nursing students unusual opportunities to expand their horizons in Thailand, Tanzania and the UK; study abroad participation at UC is back over 3/4 of its pre-COVID peak.


With UC, you see the world

September 19, 2023

Study abroad is back to 75% of pre-COVID levels at the University of Cincinnati, and a wide variety of international study options is available to students in any program. Where do you see yourself in the world?


Global students thriving at the University of Cincinnati

November 13, 2023

With a new class of 1,543 for fall 2023—just 4 students short of last fall’s record-smashing intake—the University of Cincinnati’s international enrollment has reached 4,899 students, or 9.6% of the student population. It’s the highest number in UC’s history, up 15% from last year, due in part to UC's strong support for international student success.


UC geography study tour spans 36 years in Yucatan

July 26, 2023

University of Cincinnati Department of Geography Robert South leads 29th “sequent occupance” study abroad tour of the Yucatan since he created the program in 1987, showing the students the interaction of cultures over time in that landscape.


Global Technical Workforce course: Nine years, 11 study tours

May 11, 2023

This spring's Global Technical Workforce course in the University of Cincinnati's College of Engineering and Applied Science offered students in technical fields a chance to work virtually with a class of French students and travel to France or Ghana to build career "soft skills" that complement their technical skills.