Hi! This is Samantha, a second-year international student from Saudi Arabia. “Culture Shock: Common Knowledge” is the first of many experiences that I had with moving to Denver and all the different culture shocks I experienced. Enjoy! … More Culture Shock: “Common Knowledge”
As part of looking for universities away from home, we’re sure that the topic of funding and scholarships has come up. Our team has taken the information from the official DU website and created a “cheat sheet” for you to refer to. Below is the tuition breakdown to help incoming students visualize the possible costs … More Scholarships and Other Ways to Fund Your DU Tuition
Dear World, As an international student myself, I know that there are challenges of studying in the US that are specific to international students. The primary resource that I have reliably been able to use is DU’s International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS). ISSS is located at International House (AKA I-House), which is at 2200 … More International Student Resource!
Dear World, Working is a part of the college experience for many students. What options do international students have? What processes do international students have to go through? Watch Ronnie’s video to get some answers! Pioneer Careers: career.du.edu Off-campus employment: https://duworldwide.com/2019/04/30/international-student-and-opt/ Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors at … More On-Campus Employment for International Students
Check out the video interview we had with Jingyi Sun, who prefers to be called Iris, from China. She is majoring in Finance and Marketing at DU. Iris shared some recommendations for new students and also talked about the upcoming school year. Please feel free to contact Iris if you have any questions for her … More DU Global Ambassadors Highlights: Meet Iris!
Check out the video interview we had with Phillip Alvarez, a student here at DU double majoring in International Studies and German. He shared his academic experience and some advice for incoming students. Please feel free to contact Phillip if you any questions for him! -> Phillip.Alvarez@DU.edu
Check out the video interview we had with Sandra Macharia from Kenya. She is a graduate student in Clinical Psychology and shared some recommendations for new students. Feel free to contact Sandra as well if you any questions for her! –> email@example.com
Dear World, The DU International Ambassadors present “6 Things International Students Haven’t Done at DU”; watch our video to learn more about fun things to do on-campus! The Book Stack: https://library.du.edu/give/ula/book-stack.html Campus shuttle: https://www.du.edu/parking/mobility/shuttle.html Public Skate: https://ritchiecenter.du.edu/sports/2020/5/5/public-skate.aspx DU library: https://library.du.edu/ Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors at the … More 6 Things International Students Haven’t Done at DU
Dear World, “50 Questions with International Studies Majors” is part of a mini-series brought to you this time by Elise and Victoria. Learn more about their experiences in the DU Josef Korbel School of International Studies! Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international student ambassadors at the University of Denver share … More 50 Questions with International Studies Majors | DU Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Dear World, “50 Questions with a Business and Ethics Fellow” is part of a mini-series brought to you this time by Scottish exchange student and international ambassador, Georgia. We dive into some personal questions about her experience at DU with academia and DU’s culture. Sincerely, International Student #DearWorld is a blog series that our international … More 50 Questions with a Business and Ethics Fellow | DU DCB| Georgia Kyriacou