Expected downtime for WUBS Upgrade: Please initiate any needed quotes by 5p on Friday Feb 12th, Friday Feb 26th, and Friday March 19th. There will be three maintenance windows to support upgrade activities: Saturday, February 13th: 9:00 a.m. M.S.T. – 2:00 p.m. M.S.T. Saturday, February 27th: 9:00 a.m. M.S.T. – 9:00 p.m. M.S.T. Saturday, March […]
Hi Everyone, The International Program Center (IPC) continues to operate at full processing capacity with some staff returning to the office beginning August 10, 2020. There will be no more than 50% of the staff in the office each day to maintain social distance guidelines. The office will have a modified schedule with no walk-in […]
Fall 2021 Guidance for F/J Visa Holders Summary of guidance: The March 2020 guidance has been extended to the 2021-2022 academic year. International students on F-1 visas are still expected to enroll in a full course of study for fall 2021 (typically 9 credit hours for graduates with a few exceptions found here, and 12 […]
IPC invites you to our Friday Cultural Fest celebration including engaging presentations, food, and more. Meet and mingle with students from around the world with global interests.
Join UNCG’s International Programs Center on April 6 from noon-5pm for the Annual I-Fest! Come out and enjoy FREE activities, performances, and food. Take your “passport” around the world, and celebrate Greensboro’s international community. Guaranteed fun for the whole family! For more information please visit the I-Fest page.
UNCG’s International Program Center began 2019 by hosting the Study Abroad expo to showcase the current programs and provide a space for curious students to come and explore their options. With over 30 short term opportunities and partnerships with 93 universities all over the world, there is no doubt that everyone can find a place […]
For senior international exchange student Irina Gurewitsch from the University of Mannheim in Germany, coming to UNCG was a welcome change of scenery. Originally from Minsk, Russia, Gurewitsch moved to Germany when she was six and didn’t see much greenery except when she spent weekends at her grandmother’s house in the forest. For her first […]
UNCG celebrated its annual International Education Week, a national initiative by the U.S. Department of State and Department of Education, with a series of events to celebrate diversity and internationalization on campus. This year’s IEW took place from November 12-16. With over 90 countries represented at UNCG, students were able to speak and learn from […]