One of the biggest factors that separate successful students in the job search and those who struggle to find employment after completing their bachelor’s degree is the completion of an internship while studying at university. For many international students, this is a very important aspect of their career development. In the United States, there are
Cultural immersion opportunities for new international students at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln are in full swing with the onset of the fall semester. On Saturday 2 September, the New Student Enrollment office held the fourth annual Big Red Game Day Experience. During Big Red Game Day, international students learnt the basics of American football through
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Business offers international students the opportunity to choose from 10 different undergraduate majors that will see them tailor their education to achieve their study and career goals. The College’s mission is “to provide an exceptional education for our students, and to create high impact research that informs important business
The below is the first in a series of articles for incoming students to the fall 2017 semester at our U.S. partner institutions. This series is intended to help answer any questions students or recruitment partners may have about what international students need to do to prepare for a smooth transition into their studies in America.
We are pleased to introduce Rachel Lindhart, who has joined Brent Schmoker at our partner institution University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). As the International Student Engagement Coordinator, Rachel will be based in the New Student Enrollment Office (NSE) and will be responsible for designing, implementing, and coordinating all aspects of support for international students arriving at UNL