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International Student & Scholar Services

The University of North Georgia welcomes students from other countries. The presence of international students fosters cultural exchange, which can be beneficial to the student body and the community. International students may apply to any program of study offered at the University of North Georgia. 

International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) is part of The Center for Global Engagement, we do not process admissions applications but rather help serve as a resource once you are accepted and planning to attend UNG. We coordinate and administer programs and information to serve international students, visiting scholars, faculty, and their families at the University of North Georgia.

Admission Options

  • Center for Language Education: International applicants interested in intensive English language study as a stand-alone program or as a pathway to university study will work with the Center for Language Education.
  • Undergraduate: International applicants interested in undergraduate study at UNG will work with our Undergraduate Admissions office. CGE will assist students after acceptance to UNG.
  • Graduate: International applicants interested in graduate study at UNG will work with our Graduate Admissions office. CGE will assist students after acceptance to UNG.
  • Cadet: International applicants interested in being a Cadet will work with Cadet Admissions. CGE will assist students after acceptance to UNG.
  • Exchange Programs: UNG partners with international institutions to offer semester and year-long undergraduate exchange opportunities.

We Can Help With

  • Immigration and Visa Regulations
  • Maintaining Status
  • Health Insurance
  • Social Security
  • Tax Regulations
  • Employment
  • Personal Concerns
  • Cross-Cultural Experiences
  • Medical Care 

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