Many students find that studying abroad creates a strong impact on their academic, personal, and professional goals. The experiences can bring positive effects, both short-term and long-term.
We have compiled a number of resources, tips, and opportunities to help you integrate your global education experience into the rest of your CU Denver experience, as well as life after graduation.
Once a transcript is received by OGE, the Course Approval Form will be compared to the courses listed on the transcript.
Many employers place a high value on international experience when interviewing job candidates. Beyond listing your study abroad experience on your resume, you can use many examples of experiences you’ve had abroad to market yourself during job interviews.
After you have studied abroad and finished your degree program, you may be interested in pursuing work abroad.
Get involved with international groups on and off campus! It's a great way to continue your international experience and integrate it into your life back in Colorado.
Share your experiences abroad to encourage others to go out into the world for adventures like yours, AND compete for prizes!
While you may have changed substantially, especially if you've been studying abroad for a semester or more, it may come as a surprise that re-entering your home community environment may not always be as smooth as anticipated.