The 33rd annual Education Abroad Fair will feature nearly 100 exhibitors showcasing programs led by UGA faculty or at UGA international residential centers, as well as programs run through international partner universities and other providers. Dedicated sessions allow students to get an overview of study abroad opportunities at UGA, and a dedicated group of students who have already studied abroad — known as education abroad peer advisers — will also be on hand to answer students’ questions.
Meet with recruiters seeking students to fill both internship and full-time opportunities. Please dress professionally and bring copies of your resume!
Shuttles will run from campus to the Classic Center between 11:30 am and 5:00 pm. Bus stops include: Memorial Hall, Bio-Chemistry, Physics, across from the Main Library, and the Classic Center.
Recommended dress for this event: Business Professional
More information: (706) 542-3375 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is sponsored by the UGA Career Center
UGA offers 136 majors, 94 minors and 97 certificates, and now more than 100 Double Dawgs degree programs. Students have endless opportunities to maximize their undergraduate experience. Explore options and discover a path to success.
Discovery Showcase: UGA Majors Fair is a two-day event highlighting majors, minors, certificate programs and the new Double Dawgs bachelor's + accelerated master's program. Talk to advisors, career counselors and academic professionals from schools and colleges across UGA.
Originally scheduled for August 30. Rescheduled for September 6.
More than 300 of the 800+ registered student organizations on campus will host information tables to recruit new members.
Contact: Center for Student Activities & Involvement 706-542-6396
A complement to our annual Fall Education Abroad Fair, the Spring Study Abroad Fair focuses on UGA programs:
run by UGA faculty in more than 70 countries;
held at our three international residential centers in Oxford, Cortona & Costa Rica;
exchange programs with partner universities around the globe.
Find out about the scholarships available to UGA students studying, interning, conducting research and more abroad.
Think you can't find time to study abroad and still graduate on time? Think again!
UGA student entrepreneurs will sell, demonstrate and/or promote their start-up's products or services at the Student Marketplace.
In addition, entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to receive critical feedback from the UGA community and perhaps test their market hypothesis.
Sponsored by: Research, Office of the Vice President for (OVPR)
Contact: Terry Hastings 706-542-5941
For more information, visit: http://thinc.uga.edu/thincweek/
Students can attend the Thinc. Open House and Club Fair to meet like-minded students and get involved with entrepreneurship at UGA. Refreshments provided.
Sponsored by: Research, Office of the Vice President for (OVPR), Thinc. at UGA
Contact: Terry Hastings 706-542-5941
Students can meet with recruiters seeking students to fill both internship and full-time opportunities. Over 220 employers will attend. Students should dress professionally and bring copies of their resume. Shuttles will run from campus to the Classic Center between 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Bus stops for students include: Memorial Hall, Bio-Chem, Physics, across from the Library, Classic Center;
For more information, visit: http://career.uga.edu/calendar/spring_career_fair
Students can find out more about UGA faculty-led study abroad and exchange programs. UGA offers more than 100 programs each year, ranging from a couple of weeks to a full year abroad. Participants will be able to meet students who have studied abroad to get the inside scoop and to see how they fit their experiences abroad into their curriculum.
Sponsored by: International Education, Office of
Contact: Laura Paris 706-542-2900
Study Abroad Fair website: http://studyabroadfair.weebly.com/
To feature prizes and giveaways, this event will connect students with on- and off-campus housing opportunities for the next academic year. Students can talk with local and campus-based professionals about housing and roommate options.
Sponsored by: University Housing
Contact: Joan Collier 706-542-1796