International Education Week
UNO is celebrating International Education Week (IEW), a national initiative to highlight the cross-cultural competence and career-enhancing skills gained by studying abroad. Students who study abroad graduate with concrete, real-world experiences that demonstrate to future employers their ability to adapt in a global workforce.
An Investment in Your Future
Did you know that 1 in 5 jobs are currently linked to international trade? Students who study abroad before they graduate are hired more quickly after graduation with higher starting salaries and are more likely to obtain jobs in their fields.
Opportunities at UNO
UNO offers many exciting study abroad opportunities that allow students to choose the right experience for their career path.
Austria France Italy Ireland Japan
Connect on campus with UNO's diverse student population that includes students from over 100 countries. There are also vibrant and active international student organizations on campus.
Study abroad has for years been misunderstood as a luxury too expensive for most students to participate. The truth is that there are numerous sources of funding to help students and their parents afford what is increasingly viewed as necessary in the job force. These sources include federal initiatives, private grants, and scholarships at UNO like our Ambassador Awards, demonstrating that study abroad is a priority in higher education.