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International Nevada

Study Abroad, Visiting Delegations, Internationally-Known Scholars

Nevada and the World

The University of Nevada, Reno's mission is to prepare students to live and work in an increasingly interconnected world. Therefore, we are proud that we both welcome international students and scholars to our campus and provide U.S. students and faculty with opportunities to gain international understanding through our teaching and research, and by studying or teaching abroad.  This page is a gateway to the many global touchstones Nevada has to offer. Feel free to explore.

Berch Berberoglu, Chair, International Activities Committee

What Is New? 

Save the Date!

University of Nevada, Reno - International Education Week

November 14-18, 2016

Click this link to view the schedule and more information about International Education Week

International Services

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USAC

The University Studies Abroad Consortium® is a non-profit study abroad organization headquartered at the University of Nevada. USAC prides itself on providing quality, affordable study abroad programs and offers programs in 26 different countries.

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OISS

OISS encourages students and researchers from other nations to come to Nevada. The staff provides information regarding visas, international student admission, employment options, and cultural adjustment.

NNIC: Working for a Global Nevada

NNIC

The International Center brings more than 300 international visitors annually to Northern Nevada. Visiting delegations come here to meet with their professional counterparts and with local community members face to face.

IELC: Intensive English Language Center

IELC

Established in 1982 the Intensive English Language Center provides English language instruction to students preparing for university study and to students wishing to improve their general English ability.

Contact Us

Berch Berberoglu (0300)

Professor, Chair

1664 N. Virginia Street

Reno, NV 89557


berchb@unr.edu

Phone (775) 784-1855

Mack Social Science, Room 301

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