Study abroad has long been – and continues to be – a huge part of the St. Thomas experience of educating global citizens: Last year 772 students studied outside the United States, which ranks ranks 17th in the nation for undergraduate study abroad participation at doctoral institutions, and the top in Minnesota.
The Institute of International Education recently released Open Doors Report 2019 shows St. Thomas has the most international students (705) among private universities in Minnesota and remains fourth in the state overall for international enrollment. St. Thomas currently ranks 17th in the nation for undergraduate study abroad participation at doctoral institutions (772 students), and the top in Minnesota.
School of Law student Christina Espey-Sundt '17 will study refugee and immigration law in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Senior Mitchell Sullivan, a triple major in German, international studies and political science, heads to Germany in the Fulbright's English Teaching Assistantship program.
The Office of Study Abroad at the University of St. Thomas will host two webinars: Global Learning, Technology, and Big Data: Expanding the Use of Analytics in February and Assessing Global Learning: Methods, Metrics and Meaning in April.
Each fall for the past 20 years, a growing cohort of St. Thomas business undergraduates have escaped the confines of their American classrooms and traveled to the U.K. to spend a semester studying in London as ...
As Cuba opens up for Americans, 11 students in the International Leadership Program and two from the Murray Institute will be among the first to witness the island country’s transition. The Obama administration...
Tom Jeffers, adjunct Gaelic professor, and Clar Johnston, the current Irish Language Fulbright Scholar on campus, will host an introductory meeting into Gaelic from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, March 19, in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center, Room 306.