UW Oshkosh

What Can the Office of International Education (OIE) Do for You?

Study Abroad

UW Oshkosh offers 80+ faculty-led, direct enroll and student exchange programs for you to choose from! Learn about the IMPACT study abroad has had on other UW Oshkosh students. To find a program that works for you, attend one of our regular Explore! meetings or check out our destinations.

The OIE provides individual advising by appointment, student/family orientations, group advising for students participating on non-UW Oshkosh-sponsored programs, web resources for trip preparation, scholarship information, and access to an international listserv announcing upcoming programs, events, job opportunities and scholarships.

Intern Abroad

UW Oshkosh offers internship opportunities abroad through the Office of International Education, Career Services, the College of Business and many other departments on campus. Learn about the IMPACT on UW Oshkosh students who have interned abroad and browse intern abroad destinations offered through OIE.

National Student Exchange

The OIE is responsible for advising for the National Student Exchange (NSE), a program which allows a student to attend one or two of over 170 universities and colleges in the U.S. and Canada for a semester or year.

International Student Admissions

The OIE provides information on the undergraduate international student admissions process, collects admissions application materials, works closely with the UW Oshkosh Admissions Office on final admissions decisions and provides the initial attendance I-20 or IAP-66.

International Student Advising

The OIE provides advising related to international student admissions and immigration issues for students on F and J visas.

Services and resources available to students in F-1 status through the OIE focus on immigration advising and include I-20 Endorsement, I-20 Replacement, Change of Nonimmigrant Status, Loss of F-1 Student Status/Reinstatement, Immigration and Naturalization Service Forms, Program Extension, Transfer of Schools, Change of Educational Program or Degree, Employment-related services, Optional Practical Training, Curricular Practical Training, On-campus Student Assistant, I-9 issuance, Tax Related Concerns, Social Security Number.

Services and resources available to students in J-1 status through the OIE focus on immigration advising and include Health Insurance Requirement, Students Status/Reinstatement, Two-Year Home-Country Physical-Presence-Requirement (212e), IAP-66 Issuance and Information, Employment-related services, On-campus Student Assistant, I-9 issuance, Tax Related Concerns, Social Security Number.

English Language Support

The OIE provides tutoring to students who self select as having difficulty in coursework due to the English language. These students may access tutoring through the Center for Academic Resources (CAR).

The OIE also runs an Intensive English Program (IEP) for international students entering the University.

 

This page was last updated on: August 27, 2012