Come meet 20+ universities and colleges from Virginia and 6 other states who are eager to meet you. Many of these schools are offering scholarships for international transfer students.
Information sessions, food and raffle prizes will be offered throughout the day.
The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program is pleased to announce that the online application system is open for students participating in credit-bearing study abroad programs and international internships during the spring 2018 and summer 2018 terms.
Spring 2018 applications and Summer 2018 early applications are both due Tuesday, October 3, 2017 by 11:59pm (central).
NOVA student, Shenley Ross, was awarded a Gilman scholarship this past summer to study for a month in Ireland. See her story here: http://www.nvcc.edu/news/featured-articles/abroad-ireland.html
For more information, please visit www.gilmanscholarship.org.
The Office of International Student Services and ACLI teams welcomed over 300 new students representing over 50 countries to NOVA during the International Student symposiums held in August. We hope you have a great first semester at NOVA!
NOVA student, Elena Makarova, traveled to China last summer as part of a NOVA study abroad program with Professor Dali Tan to improve her Chinese language skills.
Come see an exhibition of her photographs from the trip on display on the second floor of Bisdorf building (AA) in front of classroom number 256 and beside the Division of Liberal Arts (252).
On December 12th, 11 students from the Annandale and Alexandria Phi Theta Kappa chapters visited the Embassy of Mexico in Washington D.C. The visit was part of an ongoing research project NOVA-PKK is working on looking at issues of immigration to the U.S.
The group was hosted by two Hispanic Affairs officers from the embassy who answered a variety of questions from the students specifically on issues related to Mexican immigrants in the U.S.
The visit was arranged by Stacey Bustillos in NOVA’s Office of Global Studies and Programs and was supported by the Annandale PKK chair, Ms. Joann Credle.