Students and Faculty Share What’s Unique about UVU’s China Study Abroad Program

January 17, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes Since their first trip in 2011, UVU’s China language and culture study abroad program has taken students across the world to edify and enrich their lives by introducing them to Chinese language and culture. Dr. Alex Yuan, UVU’s Chinese program coordinator, explained that his passion in the creation, care and coordination of the program was […]

Break your borders by studying abroad

August 27, 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes I recently returned from a trip that changed my life. I experienced a completely different side of the world I never before imagined. Prior to embarking on this particular trip, I enjoyed the familiarity of my American upbringing, accustomed to clean tap water and fast food. I took for granted the concept of freedom and […]


November 2, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute Students who have completed one semester of nursing fundamentals should consider developing their nursing skills in the western-Ukrainian city of Chernivtsi. “Students have the opportunity to experience healthcare in a developing country and the ability to compare and contrast it with current healthcare in the United States,” said Marianne Craven, co-director of the program. “They […]

Study abroad programs

November 2, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute Applications are available in the International Center in WB147 or at Financial aid: Pell grants and Federal Insured Student Loans may be applied to any programs, based on eligibility. Applicants must have a current FAFSA form on file at the Financial Aid Office (BA105) and complete all necessary application forms for financial aid. Many […]


November 2, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute Info Box: Cost: $2,995 for four week programs, $5,195 for the eight week program Tentative dates: Early May-early June 2010- Four weeks of classes in Cáceres and four days in Madrid Early June-early July 2010-Four days in Madrid and four weeks in Cáceres Early May-early July 2010- Eight weeks in Cáceres and four days in […]

The pulse of Russia

November 2, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute Moscow, the symbolic heart that has always sustained vast Russia, is open to students wishing to study abroad. Accepted participants have the chance to live in the capital of Moscow, while studying Russian in partnership with Moscow State University. “This is one of the world’s most respected and intellectually rigorous universities,” said Marina Panina, Russia […]


November 2, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute When talking about Germany, many may look back to Nov. 9, 1989 when communism crumbed with the fall of the Berlin wall. However, in the 20 years since, the changes that have taken place are undeniable. Through the struggles of finding a new identity and breaking down mental walls, Berlin has undergone a significant transformation […]

J’adore la France

November 2, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Enrich yourself with for four to seven weeks in the cities of Nice and Paris. See the French Riviera, the Louvre museum, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and many other treasures of Cannes, Nice, Monte Carlo and of course Paris, the city that many people call the “cultural capital of the world.” Attendees will be […]

A trip to the ‘Garden of Eden’

November 2, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute Follow your guide through the diverse flora and fauna of tropical rain forests on a natural history excursion through Costa Rica. Applicants accepted into the program will have the chance to study tropical biology or geology while actively exploring various ecological zones and the geology of an active volcanic arc. “Students who participate in our […]