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UF International Center
The University of Florida International Center (UFIC) in 123 Grinter Hall promotes
the international work of colleges, departments, faculty and students. UFIC
supports teaching, research and service as well as the enhancement of international
education and training throughout the university and the state. For more information,
contact UFIC at (352) 392-5323; fax, (352)-392-5575.
Overseas Studies Services (OSS) offers summer, semester, and academic year programs
that provide students the opportunity to live and study abroad while fulfilling
degree requirements. Exchange programs allow students to pay UF tuition yet
study overseas. Scholarships and financial aid can help to finance the international
academic experience. OSS program assistants advise applicants, tailoring the
program to the individual needs of the students. Visit the UFIC library or the
UFIC Web site for program details.
International Student Services (ISS) provides orientation, immigration services
and practical workshops to students from abroad coming to study at UF. Services
are provided to international students immediately upon their arrival at the
University of Florida and continue until they return to their home country.
Program Development: UFIC develops initiatives that enhance global education
opportunities for the university. Currently the World Citizenship Program, sponsored
by The Coca-Cola Foundation, provides UF students the opportunity to engage
in internships abroad with CARE and UNICEF.