From Colombia to Rutgers to Marshall Scholar: Diego A. Atehortua is the University's first Marshall Scholar

Rutgers Welcomes Botswana Delegation for Next Phase of Mahube Partnership: 16 senior-level government and higher education officials convened in December

Rutgers-Newark Alumna to Begin Peace Corps Service in Albania: Jinnia Nusrat will be a health education volunteer

A Panel on Global Aspects of Rutgers Research and Engagement: Rutgers Global hosted a panel discussion on the topic of international research in the areas of sustainability and climate change

Advocate for Undocumented Immigrants Named Schwarzman Scholar: Esder Chong from Rutgers-Newark is among 145 scholars selected out of 4,700 applicants worldwide

Breast Cancer Therapy in Botswana: Yehoda Martei shares four key insights in Rutgers Global Health Institute lecture

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Learn about three study abroad programs in Israel, Italy, and the U.K. specially designed for dance students.

"I was surprised by how different the culture was and how amazingly generous the Thai people were with foreigners. My peers and I were treated so well by everyone we met. They really made us feel like we weren’t far from home.... I most definitely will be back in Thailand at some point in the future!"

Jhoselyn Marin; Thailand; Summer 2019 #RUHoSA #RUGlobal

Rutgers Global was honored to welcome Ambassador Tibor Nagy to discuss "Why Africa Matters for U.S. Foreign Policy" in December.


RT @RutgersU_News: When the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31, we will say goodbye to a decade of great change, growth and innovation at Rutgers. Take a look at some of the most-read Rutgers Today stories of the 2010s from across the university.

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Global Events
January 20: Spring International Student Orientation, 9:00 a.m.--5:00 p.m., College Avenue Student Center, Multipurpose Room

Highlights of the orientation include:
Fulfilling your immigration-related reporting obligations and verifying your travel documents
Learning about the rights and responsibilities of non-immigrant students
Meeting other new students 
Learning about academic and social life in the U.S.
Learning about the campus and local community
Shopping for basic supplies
Obtaining permission to work on-campus

January 27: Study Abroad Fair , 3:00-6:00 p.m., Livingston Student Center

Join us at our Spring 2020 Study Abroad Fair to find out more about our program offerings and how international exposure can give you a competitive edge in your job hunt. We’ll have food, music, and giveaways—including application fee waivers and scholarships! 

January 31: Friendship Friday: Hot Chocolate Social, 4:00–6:00 p.m. | Livingston Student Center, Gathering Lounge

Join Rutgers Global and its university partners for this weekly “pop-up lounge” from 4:00–6:00 p.m. at various locations across the New Brunswick campus. Enjoy food, fun, and conversation—and meet and make new friends from around the world!

More Events
January 24, 11:00-12:00 p.m., Lunar New Year Reception, The Rutgers Center for Chinese Studies is hosting a reception to celebrate the Lunar New Year and start the new semester.  More information.

February 7, 4:30-8:00 p.m., Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration, Hosted by the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, the Confucius institute, and Rutgers Global. More information.
Rutgers Global is the university-wide office for international affairs at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The office provides extensive study and service-learning abroad opportunities, academic support for international students, visa and immigration processing for international students and scholars, international partnership facilitation, and on-campus global programming that helps to educate students and professionals alike. Rutgers Global is committed to comprehensive internationalization for both students and faculty, creating resources and opportunities to enhance our global engagement at home and abroad.