Through collaborations with the UC Davis Model United Nations Team, students in our Academic Engagement Program and students from Kyoto Otani High School participating in a custom program are able to increase their awareness and understanding of current issues around the world.
As assistant director of curriculum and development at International Programs, Elizabeth Morrison believes that working in international education is an opportunity for an exchange of ideas and a widening of perspectives that contributes to understanding and better global relations.
Meet Housing Coordinator and Student Life Experience Advisor Lisa Whitaker. She supports international students with housing, transportation, medical insurance and other student life issues to help ensure they have an enjoyable, successful stay at UC Davis.
One way we measure our success as an institution is the long-term relationships we develop with our respected and valued international partners. Watch a video from UC Davis Chancellor May congratulating one of our long-standing partners, Zhejiang University, on its 125th anniversary.
UC Davis is a top school—consistently leading the ranking charts and outdoing other universities. But there’s much more to UC Davis than academics. See what makes UC Davis the perfect place for international students to learn, make friends and develop a global network.
As the immigration advisor for International Programs at UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education, Stephanie Palmer provides immigration and visa support to both F-1 and J-1 visa holders and their partner institutions. She can help answer both pre-arrival and post-arrival questions, offers advice on F-1 and J-1 visa procedures and helps students maintain their immigration status throughout their time at UC Davis.
Students who participate in the Global Research Experience in Advanced Technologies (GREAT) program are able to work with extraordinary UC Davis faculty like Tingrui Pan, GREAT Program Faculty Director. He is part of a team of engineers and clinicians developing low cost, portable ventilators. The opportunity to access faculty like this are why our students thrive here and are able to achieve their own academic goals.