Hey guys! I’m Lindsay Meloshinsky, getting my major in Psychology and a minor in Kinesiology at UFV. I left for Australia in Feb 2012, and came back at the end of June. It was the by far the BEST time of my life. I always look at my pictures and think about all the memories […]
When I was asked if I would like to become the UFV Study Abroad blog editor, I jumped at the chance. I’m delighted to help develop a Study Abroad blog at UFV because I know firsthand how valuable this type of experience can be. A year ago, I went abroad to study in Poland at […]
Looking for some financial help to study abroad? Be sure to apply for one of the International Programs Scholarships available from the Irving K. Barber BC Scholarship Society. Awards of $1,000 to $3,500 are awarded annually to students participating in post-secondary studies, co-op work experiences, internships, and other experiential learning opportunities abroad. You could be […]
This week, seven new exchange students took part in UFV International orientation. From left to right: Amy and Darrenbir from the UK; Carl-Florian (back) from Austria; Aymeric, Lucille, and Mathilde from France; and Suji from Korea.
A UFV student on a exchange in Korea gets to sample the freshest of food: an octopus, fished out of a tank and chopped up to create a very lively dish. Check it out.
In Fall 2012, UFV sent 29 students to study abroad in Switzerland, Poland, Australia, Japan, Sweden, China, Korea, Germany, Ireland the Netherlands and the UK. In addition, twenty one exchange students have arrived to study at UFV from Japan, France, Korea, Switzerland, Australia, the Dominican Republic, the UK, the Netherlands and the West Indies. In […]