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  • A UNG student studies abroad in China and is holding a monkey
  • international students visiting Atlanta
  • UNG study abroad student in Thailand national park
  • high school students visit Atlanta to learn Chinese
  • UNG Cadets at ROCMA in Taiwan
  • International students get involved in the International Student Association
  • UNG staff member makes new friends in Malawi
  • Dr. Jacobs signs agreement with USIL in Peru
  • UNG study studies abroad and visits Stonehenge
  • international students at welcome lunch
  • UNG student studies abroad in South Korea
  • UNG student at an on-campus study abroad fair

  

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UNG supports national initiative to boost study abroad participation

As part of Generation Study Abroad, a five-year initiative launched by the Institute of International Education (IIE), the University of North Georgia (UNG) has pledged to double the number of students studying internationally by the end of the decade.

Liaocheng professors learn about American higher education

This summer, 14 professors from a Chinese university, representing a variety of fields from mathematics to English literature, spent a month learning about American educational practices at the University of North Georgia.

Faculty help colleagues 'Dive In'

Faculty from the University of North Georgia (UNG) told colleagues from across the nation and world at a recent institute how service-learning and community partnerships can enhance academics.

Nursing team aids impoverished in Dominican Republic

Working in school buildings and one-room churches, nursing faculty and students from the University of North Georgia faced challenging conditions to provide healthcare services in the Dominican Republic.

High schoolers thrive in language program

After just 21 days of intensive instruction, high school students in the Federal Service Language Academy at the University of North Georgia can progress beyond conjugating verbs and actually converse in a challenging language like Arabic or Korean.

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UNG on Best Value List

The University of North Georgia, also named to Kiplinger's "100 Best Values in Public Colleges" list in 2010, 2011 and 2012, is one of only four public universities in Georgia to be named to the magazine's list this year. Read more here!
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