全球本科生交流项目（Global UGRAD）正在招生。这是全额资助的学术文化交流项目，来自世界60多个国家的大学本科生会在遍及美国的一些大学里进行一个学期的学习。Global UGRAD项目向所有人开放，不同领域的大学本科生均可报名，不论性别，宗教，是否残疾等等，并鼓励边远地区学生报名。
The 2020-2021 Global UGRAD Program is a fully paid academic and cultural exchange program designed to increase your knowledge and global connectivity. Global UGRADs come from 60+ countries and study for a semester at universities across the U.S. Undergraduate students from all fields of study are encouraged to apply. This program is open to all, regardless of gender, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.
Applications will close December 31, 2019 at 5:00pm EST. Click here for your application. Global UGRAD online application
a. The online includes step-by-step application instructions, a recommendation form, and essay writing tips.
b. You should request your academic transcripts and letters of recommendation as soon as possible, as you will not be able to add additional information after the December 31 application closing. If you are a finalist you may provide English translations of your updated transcripts after you have been selected as a finalist or alternate.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Could you be a Global UGRAD participant? (Yes to these questions means, “YES!”)
Will you be 18+ in age at the time of the program's start?
Are you enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student?
Do you have familiarity with the English language?
Will you have finished at least 1 semester of college by August 2019?
Would you have 1+ semester(s) remaining after the end of the program?
2. Do you have to pay to take the TOEFL exam?
No. Selected finalists or alternates will be notified and provided a voucher to take the TOEFL examination.
3. What are the host schools for 2020-2021?
The Global UGRAD Program works with geographically diverse, private, public, and minority serving institutions. Global Learning doesn’t publicize the list of host institutions, but one can get a sense of last year’s nearly 80 host colleges and universities from the articles in our Global UGRAD Program newsletter, the Global Gazette. Host campuses ranged from small rural colleges to large state universities. Additionally, the universities are diverse in the types of fields of study they offer. Some universities might be better known for their IT and engineering programs while others are excellent for biology, fine arts or literature. Each year, World Learning places around 253 Global UGRAD students at around 70 different universities.