USF World News


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International Services Coordinator Honored with USF Apple Polishing Award
June 3, 2015

A USF Alumni Association tradition for more than 15 years, the Apple Polishing Award recognizes and honors members of USF faculty and staff who have made an impact at the university. Yet what makes this award so heartfelt is honorees can only be nominated by USF Ambassadors, student leaders who wish to distinguish key mentors during their academic careers.

Andy Dang, student program coordinator for International Services, was one of only 28 recipients this year out of the thousands of possible faculty and staff candidates across the university. (Read More…)


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Study Abroad Video Contest
September 26, 2014

InternationalStudent.com is awarding a $4,000 Scholarship to the winner of their Study Abroad Video Contest. (Read More…)


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Celebrate International Education Week 2014 with USF World
September 16, 2014

A joint initiative between the Department of Education and U.S. Department of State, International Education Week (IEW) is celebrated in more than 100 countries across the globe. (Read More…)


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USF World Hosts International Photo Competition
August 13, 2014

The International Photo Competition is a USF tradition, which allows USF students, professors, staff, and alumni to share their international experiences with the entire university. (Read More…)


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Going Global Provides Career Information on Cities and Countries Worldwide
July 21, 2014

Going Global is an online resource that provides career and job search information on the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the United States, as well as 37 different countries. (Read More…)


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International Students Granted In-State Tuition through Florida Linkage Institutes
July 21, 2014

The University of South Florida is one of 38 public universities that participate in the Florida Linkage Institute program. This program awards a tuition waiver to qualifying students from partner nations, granting them in-state tuition at any public higher education institution in the state. (Read More…)