The US government has indicated that premium processing for H1B employees will be suspended for a period of six months beginning April 3. This is an effort to clear a back log of immigration processing.
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With spring semester coming to an end in May, college students might already be thinking about how to spend their summer. While hometowns and the beach may beckon, some of the greatest summer opportunities are available in their flourishing college towns.
If you talk to anyone who has studied abroad, chances are they will tell you their experience was life-changing and well worth any of the obstacles they may have faced. In case you need any more convincing, here are our top five reasons why you should study abroad. Build your resume and develop valuable skills
Seven UT students are among the more than 850 American undergraduate students from 359 colleges and universities across the country selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. The scholarship, sponsored by the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, allows students to study or intern abroad during the spring
Students at UT will have the chance to learn about study, intern, research, and service-learning opportunities during the Study Abroad Fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, October 5, on the ground, first, and second floors of John C. Hodges Library.
Studying, interning, or researching abroad is one of the most life changing experiences you can have as a student. The opportunity to learn, grow and live in a different country and experience a different culture is incredibly eye-opening.
Faculty, staff, and students can apply for a passport during the Fall 2016 Study Abroad Fair from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 5, in Hodges Library.
Twenty-eight faculty, staff, and students took Big Orange Country to China through an English immersion camp—and the UT community has been following along over the past two weeks. Lola Alapo, public relations specialist in the Office of Communications and Marketing, sent back reports about the group’s adventures.
Twenty-eight faculty, staff, and students have taken Big Orange Country to China through an English immersion summer camp.
Lola Alapo reports on her travels in China while teaching English in Nanjing.