• A colorful garden full of tupils and trees with a small stream and garden statue

    Keukenhof Garden in the Netherlands blooms brightly in springtime.

  • Six people stand in front of a sand dune in the desert of Morocco

    UI alumnus Brandon Jennings studied in Morocco on the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship Program. Watch a video about his unique experience.

  • A group of students listen to one man speak at an outdoor picnic

    As the weather in Iowa warms up, UI students take time to enjoy the outdoors.

  • A group of Indian college girls surround UI student Amy Tamil and speak with her

    Amy Hanson, a UI undergraduate human physiology major, attempts to speak Tamil with a group of college girls in rural India. Read Amy’s story.

  • Representatives from the U.S. and China sit at a table during a formal meeting

    Delegations from the University of Iowa and Hebei Provincial Education Department meet to discuss educational collaborations between sister states Iowa and Hebei.

Onalee and two girls in Morocco

UI Students in Morocco Part 2 (video)

Why study Arabic? In this video, Onalee Yousey, a 2013 UI graduate in political science and international studies, talks about her experience in Morocco through the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship Program.

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  • 22% of the current graduating class studied abroad
  • 12% of UI students come to us from another country
  • Building our global community faculty and staff training program
  • Overseas Linkages and Partnerships