Check out all the exciting events being held on campus for International Education Week (IEW)! Click HERE to register for these events.


IEW Photo Contest:  Submit Your Favorite Photo!


International Co-op Info Session: 10:30AM – 12PM (Stearns Basement: G12)

The Amazing Race Kickoff: 12PM - 7PM (Co-op Connections Office, Speare Commons - space is limited and registration is required).

Study Abroad Information Session: 2PM - 3PM (111 Dodge Hall)

Beyond Borders: Saudi Arabia: 12PM - 1PM (318 - 322 Curry)
Lunch and global discussion of life and culture beyond Northeastern’ s campus

Resettlement and Transition: 6PM - 8PM (Frost Lounge)
An evening dedicated to understanding the resettlement process for refugees in the United States. This program will include a screening of “God Grew Tired of Us”, presentations from a BCRHHR caseworker as well as a current Northeastern student from the refugee community, and a light dinner.


International Development Session: 12:15PM - 1:30PM (440 Curry)
A panel discussion with experts in global health, international education and microfinance.  Panelists include Northeastern faculty and staff from external organizations such aS Partners in Health and Barakat. Pizza provided on a first-come basis. Click HERE to Register!

Cultural Transitions Workshop: 3PM - 4PM (333 Curry)
A panel discussion and workshop for all students that have transitioned into a new culture or are planning to work, study or live abroad.

Crossing Borders: An Evening of Insight & Exchange: 6PM - 8:30PM(ISSI) A film screening of “Crossing Borders” followed by a reception and discussion with Professor Peter Fraunholtz and students from the Moroccan Dialogue.


International Opportunities Fair: 11AM - 2PM (Curry Indoor Quad) An information fair featuring various departments, external organizations and  student groups, that seek to broaden the international reach of the Northeastern Student

Career Services Workshop: No Fear Networking for International Students: 4PM – 5:30PM (Location disclosed with registration)

Thinking & Working Globally: 6PM - 8PM (Frost Lounge)
Casual dinner and conversation celebrating the globally diverse experiences of our students.  Hear stories and learn about the cross-cultural aspects of working and living in another country!