Education Abroad Expo
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Education Abroad Expo: date to be announced
The Education Abroad Expo provides an opportunity to learn more about international study, internships, service-learning, volunteer, work, teaching, and travel opportunities. Take advantage of this event to interact with campus departments, exhibitors, and study abroad alumni. Gather resources and explore your international learning experiences.
Date, Time and Location
to be announced
- Explore international opportunities
- Speak with exhibitor representatives to inquire about specific programs
- Compare program options
- Meet study abroad alumni (students, faculty, staff)
Learn more about…
- Education/Study Abroad Programs
- International Internships
- International Volunteering
- International Service Learning
- International Work and Teaching
- UT’s Passport Agency
Plan your visit:
- Review the exhibitor directory
- View the exhibitor websites
- Create a list of the exhibitors you wish to visit
- Prepare some exhibitor questions
During the Expo:
- Inquire about the program's instruction, cost, scholarship opportunities, application requirements, and deadlines
- Speak with study abroad alumni to garner feedback
- Meet faculty who lead study abroad short-term programs
- Visit campus units to learn how education abroad enhances your degree
- Collect contact information from The Center for International Studies and Programs, UT representatives, exhibitors, and study abroad alumni
After the Expo:
- Attend a Education Abroad Information Session
- Schedule an appointment with the Center for International Studies and Programs
- Use the expo information in your research and decision-making process
- Follow-up with representatives
Many exhibitors offer programs to the same country, city, and host institution. Review the differences in courses, instructors, credit, housing, meals, activities, cost, calendars, and other areas. Ask the representative what makes their program unique.
The Education Abroad Expo features sponsored UT programs, co-sponsored programs, and non-sponsored programs. The non-sponsored programs are independent programs, not affiliated with UT, but will accept UT students. Exhibitors' participation in the fair does not imply endorsement by The Center for International Studies and Program or by The University of Toledo.
Your college and departmental academic advisers advise on study abroad coursework and college and major/minor requirements, not the exhibitors.
Financial Aid and Study Abroad
Financial aid applies for summer, semester and year options. For non-approved programs, federal and state aid usually can be applied. Ask the Financial Aid Office staff at the expo for guidance.