International Education Week (IEW)

2013 International Education Week IEPP Student Fair

International Education Week 2014: November 17 – 21, 2014

Join us in celebrating International Education Week around the world from November 17 – 21, 2014! This joint initiative of the U.S. Departments of State and Education celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.  

At UC Davis you can explore the opportunities that are available for students, staff and faculty to have an international experience including  50+ free events ranging from fairs and festivals to arts, crafts, dance, fitness, discussions, films, displays, food, lectures, presentations, networking, training, workshops and language classes! Many events which normally carry a fee, are free this week in honor of International Education Week!

Most events are free, and you can visit our website to view which events offer the chance to win free International Education Week t-shirts, free food, $10 UC Davis Stores Gift Cards and other prizes for attendees.

International Fair – Tuesday, November 18

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Student Community Center, Multipurpose Room

Join over 25 UC Davis organizations, departments and units who will showcase the variety of ways for UC Davis students, scholars, faculty and staff to find an international experience both on and off campus. Free food will be served.

Photo Maps

Visit the International Fair on Tuesday or at selected locations around campus to view our photo maps where you can take an inspiring photo home with you and leave us a comment about how you would like to be internationally engaged. Photo maps are displayed at Services for International Students and Scholars, UC Davis Study Abroad, International House Davis, Center for Student Involvement, UC Davis Extension International Classroom Center and the Tercero Area Service Desk.

Visit our website for  a comprehensive listing of 50+ free events.

Please check our website often, as events are continually being added and other events have changed their day and time.

 iew.ucdavis.edu