UGA will host a spring Study Abroad Fair for students Jan. 18 from noon to 5 p.m. in the third-floor hallway that connects the old and new sections of the Tate Student Center. The spring fair focuses on UGA faculty-led and UGA residential center programs available in nearly every academic discipline.
Organized by the Office of International Education, the fair will feature 30 exhibitors showcasing programs led by UGA faculty, UGA residential centers and UGA exchange programs. It is open free to the public.
Students will be able to explore multiple program options, find out about scholarships and other financial aid and get information on courses offered, program dates, costs and how to find a program that fits their course of study. A new feature, “Chat with Study Abroad Alumni,” will take place during the fair in the Intersection. Attendees can chat informally with UGA students who have returned from abroad about various programs and experiences.
Students and other fair attendees also can have passport photos taken and fill out U.S. passport applications in the Tate Center’s Passport Services office in Room 375.
Additional information on the spring Study Abroad Fair is online at http://studyabroadfair.uga.edu.