The University of Oregon has a proud history of offering enriching study abroad experiences in partnership with universities and providers all over the world. Each year, we welcome university students for a term and up to a year of liberal arts study on our campus, including business, economics, communication, and political science, with the possibility of creating a highly individualized and customized program for each participant that can be language-focused. The goal of the program is to integrate participants into the academic and social life of the campus and the community, making a smooth transition from English language and academic/cultural support, to complete independence. All English levels are welcome. J-1 visa is necessary.
Applicants must be admitted students at partner universities. For the list of partner universities, please refer to: blogs.uoregon.edu/exchange/help-faq-frequently-asked-questions/partner-institutions/
Program Customization, Setup and Group Pricing
Please contact Mr. Paolo Daniele at email@example.com
Possible pricing may include: program fees (including tuition and fees); dedicated staff; homestay or residence hall placement; airport pick-up and drop-off; exclusive orientation sessions; exclusive periodic excursions.
September 19, 2019 – December 13, 2019: one term program
September 19, 2019 – March 20, 2020: two terms program
September 19, 2019 – June 12, 2020: full year program
March 30, 2020 – December 11, 2020: full year program
All participants are placed with host families through the University of Oregon’s homestay program during the first term. In the following terms, participants may choose to live in a dormitory (residence hall) in the middle of the campus of the University of Oregon. These buildings are safe and active staff will be on duty at all hours to ensure the well-being of all the residents.
Participants are required to purchase the University of Oregon’s international student health insurance plan. Alternative insurance policies are acceptable so long as they meet the University of Oregon’s insurance waiver requirements.
J-1 visa required. Instructions and documents will be provided upon acceptance to the program.
Information contact: Mr. Paolo Daniele firstname.lastname@example.org