Besides finding the school that suits you the best, it is also essential to plan ahead on how to afford tuition before leaving your home country. Below is the tuition breakdown infographic made by our team to help incoming students visualize the real cost of being a DU student. If the yearly amount of $73,063 … More Scholarships and Other Ways to Fund Your DU Tuition
Are you ready to find out DU’s international admissions secrets? Just kidding! While we would like to share that with you, I believe I got great advice from our very own International Admission Staff and DU Grad Student, Grace Sullivan. I asked Grace questions, which I thought were pertinent to international students applying to the … More What does DU look for in students?
There are so many reasons to fall in love with the University of Denver. In this video, we interviewed DU international students from India, Taiwan, Australia, Jordan, and Spain. We asked them why they picked DU and some advice they have for incoming international students. Hope this will help you confirm your decision to go … More International Student Interviews: Why DU?
Do you have any questions for current international students at DU? Connect with any of these Ambassadors! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with “S2S Connection” in the subject line and you’ll be put in contact with the student of your choice! Chris Chen – China My name is Chris Chen, I was born and raised in Szechuan, China. This is my … More 2018-2019 S2S Connection
Dear World, Do you know as an international student, with a F-1 visa, you have an option to work off-campus in the United States. According to DU International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS): Students in F-1 or J-1 immigration status must receive prior authorization from ISSS (or the program sponsor, if different, for J-1 students) … More International Student and OPT
Feeling anxiety towards meeting a new persaon is natural, so imagine how much more difficult it may be living with someone you have not met before. But do not worry, Olivia has gathered some tips from talking with her friends Nora, Grace, Rida, and Dongshun about their experience living with their roommates. We hope their stories will provide you different perspectives and lessons to help you foster a good relationship with your future roommate(s). … More Tips for living with a roommate in the US
Do you plan to work on-campus while studying abroad? Check out Rida Noor’s blog post about her experience and tips she has collected when she works as a Peer Advisor at Career Center at DU! #DUWorldwide #DearWorld #DUThis … More My On-Campus Job and Tips on How to get one
#DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors share their experience, tips, and advice to other students at DU and around the world. As Week 9 is already here and we are very close to finals, we would like to share with you a blog post by Chris Chen talking about his favorite … More Where do you go to study / Tips for finals
Dear World, Two weeks ago I was just an ordinary college student: trying to keep up with school work while managing to keep a moderately vibrant social life and still look sexy. Then, one night, I got bombarded with radioactive waste and I woke up… a superhero! Okay not really. One night I went to … More On-campus job at DU
It’s the scholarship application time of year again! We understand how frustrating it may be to make your up your mind and realize that finances may be the deciding factor in the decision making process. To help you de-stress, this year our team compiled an updated list of scholarship and financial aid resources available for … More 2018-2019: Scholarship Resources for International Students