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Welcome International Students

The University Center for International Education acts as a catalyst for international education at Wright State University and builds an environment where students, faculty, and staff have increased opportunities to gain international understanding through learning and experience.

The mission of the University Center for International Education:

  • Recruit international students and scholars to Wright State University.
  • Develop and coordinate exchange and study abroad opportunities for Wright State University students to experience a global education.
  • Internationalize the educational experience at Wright State University through events and programs that promote cross-cultural understanding.

Dayton Council on World Affairs

DCOWA

Since 1950, the Dayton Council on World Affairs promotes global understanding and outreach in the Miami Valley.

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Around the World to Become Friends at WSU

Around the World to Become Friends at WSU

A swimmer from Hungary comes to Dayton, Ohio, for college, where he meets a swimmer from South Africa and they become best friends for life. Consider the odds.

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Universities seeing surge in international students

Area universities are experiencing sharp increases in the number of international students, who are drawn by robust academics and stepped-up efforts in recruiting.
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Cristina Redko honored with 2015 International Education Award

Cristina Redko, director of the global health concentration in the Master of Public Health Program at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, has won the university’s 2015 International Education Award.
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Literature, lectures, culture, performances and food to highlight International Education Week at Wright State

International Education Week promotes programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attracts future leaders from abroad to exchange experiences in the United States.
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