The INTO partnership pathway program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is committed to helping international student integrate easily into American university life. The university provides a range of programs that promote social, personal, and academic well-being, such as the Multicultural and Diversity Programs, the International Student and Scholar Services, the Student Advocacy group, the Student Health and Wellness Center, and the Student Counseling Center. The Office of Student Advocacy, Rights and Conduct can also help guide you through the university system, directing you towards campus and community resources and helping you understand the various policies and procedures within the university.
If you are seeking "knowledge that will change your world,” then the University of Alabama at Birmingham is for you. This phrase runs through the core of the university's culture, to educate the diverse student population, seek new research, and to serve its local and global communities.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is a comprehensive urban university with a nationally-recognized academic health center. UAB is the biggest research institution in the state of Alabama and the university is the largest employer in Alabama
You’ll be joining an international community here. Located in the heart of the largest city in the state, you'll be near the best the southern US has to offer. The exciting journey of college life starts here, with state-of-the-art facilities, numerous learning resources, an active student body and big time college athletics. That’s just the start—UAB has countless opportunities for you.
UAB offers undergraduate pathway programs in: Business, Computer Science, Engineering, General Studies, Pre-Nursing, Public Health and Science.
As well as graduate programs in: Computer Science, Computer Forensics and Security Management, Public Administration, Business Administration, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Engineering and Public Health.
The state of Alabama offers international students the opportunity to experience a unique blend of diverse American identities. This mix includes intimate exposure to African American cultural heritage (the state having played an influential role during the famous American Civil Rights Movement), as well as some of the nation's constituency of religiously-oriented (Christian) political cultures. In these and other ways, Alabama offers international students a wide range of experiences and real world opportunities that can serve to enrich their travel abroad experience.
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