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2023 International Engagement Fair

For students to learn about international experiences abroad and on-campus offered by student and campus organizations

Bing Overseas Studies Program
Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies
Global Engineering Programs
King Center on Global Development
Stanford Global Studies

Event Details:

Wednesday, October 11, 2023
4:00pm - 6:00pm PDT


Gunn SIEPR Building


This event is open to:


Stanford students ere invited to attend the 2023 International Engagement Fair to learn about 40+ student and campus organizations that offer students international academic and professional experience abroad, international academically-focused activities, and other forms of international exchange.

This event was hosted in collaboration with the Bing Overseas Studies Program, the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Global Engineering Programs, the King Center on Global Development, and Stanford Global Studies.

Ice cream treats were served, and students who attended entered their names into a raffle for the chance to win a variety of prizes.

Attending Organizations

Bechtel International Center - Office of Global Scholarships
The OGS provides advice to students pursuing overseas scholarships for study and research abroad. We administer the campus application process for scholarships: Fulbright, Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Gilman, Boren, and more. We offer guidance on global fellowships for U.S. and international students.

Bing Overseas Studies Program
The Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) provides transformative educational experiences that inspire students to embrace new challenges in complex global settings.

Center for Human Rights & International Justice
Stanford's Center for Human Rights and International Justice equips a new generation of leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect and promote human rights and dignity for all.

Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law
The Fisher Family Honors Program is a year-long interdisciplinary honors program for juniors and seniors to earn honors in democracy, development, and rule of law (DDRL). The program provides students with opportunities to do original research, work closely with faculty, and visit Washington, DC.

Div. of Literatures, Cultures and Languages
Departments of French, Italian, German, Slavic, Spanish, and Portuguese (and CompLit)

Extreme (also known as Design for Extreme Affordability) is a two-quarter elective course jointly offered by the Graduate School of Business and the School of Engineering at Stanford University.

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies
Global policy internships, research assistantships, research grant funding, and more for students interested in international affairs and policy making.

Global Engineering Programs
Global Engineering Programs aim to enhance engineering education by providing students with an opportunity to learn about technology and engineering globally, to build professional networks, and to gain real-world work experience in a culturally diverse and international environment.

Haas Center for Public Service - Cardinal Quarter Fellowships
Through the International Public Service Fellowship, a Cardinal Quarter opportunity, students engage in service that connects academic learning with public service and helps them explore career interests abroad. Fellows work full-time for nine weeks with a community organization of their choice.

King Center on Global Development
The King Center has opportunities for Undergraduates, Graduate Students, and postdocs to get involved. Undergrads can get experience during a Part-time Academic Year Research Assistantship or a Full-time Summer Research Assistantship, whereas grad students/postdocs can apply for research funding.

King International Development Association
The King International Development Association (KIDA) is a student-led organization affiliated with the King Center on Global Development. The organization is dedicated to fostering collaboration among undergraduate students committed to addressing different international development challenges.

Program in International RelationsProgram in International Relations which offers an interdisciplinary undergraduate major, minor, and honors program allowing students to explore how global, regional, and domestic factors influence relations between actors in the modern state system.

The Southeast Asian Forum 
The Southeast Asian Forum is a student organization that supports the study of and discussion about Southeast Asia, with the aim of increasing understanding and promoting mutual dialogue between the United States and the region.

Stanford Archaeology Center
Stanford Archaeology Center is an interdisciplinary hub focused on innovative research and education. Field schools are a part of a faculty member's ongoing research and are a deep dive into archaeological fieldwork. Field schools take place over summer quarter and are not offered for credit.

Stanford Career Education
At Stanford Career Education (CareerEd), we partner with students and recent alumni to find internships and jobs, explore careers, establish connections, and so much more. Additionally, we connect with campus partners and employers to provide opportunities and resources.

Stanford Federal Credit Union
SFCU is a not-for-profit, member-owned financial institution dedicated to improving the financial lives of its members. They provide some of the most generous member benefits in the industry, delivered by a compassionate staff who always prioritize clients' needs first.

Stanford Global Studies
The Stanford Global Studies (SGS) Division is the university’s hub for education, research, and community engagement centered on exploring issues, societies, and cultures from regional and global perspectives.

Stanford Japan Exchange Conference
SJEC is a student-led initiative with the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. Every year in February, we host a 1-week cultural exchange program between Stanford students interested in Japanese culture and 15 visiting Japanese students from Keio, Doshisha, and Kyoto University.

Stanford Language Center
With course offerings in more than fifty languages, the Stanford Language Center allows Stanford students to achieve a foreign language capability that enhances their academic program and enables them to live, work, study, and research in a foreign country.

Stanford Seed
Work closely with talented entrepreneurs in Africa and South Asia. Gain high-level work experience while making a social impact in emerging markets. Experience all that and more through a funded, Stanford Seed internship.

Stanford Travel
The Stanford Travel program consists of booking channels that feature over 50 travel partners, who provide airline, lodging, and ground transportation booking services under negotiated rates and terms.

The Society for International Affairs at Stanford
The premier student-run international affairs organization at Stanford: home to Stanford Model UN Conference, our competitive Model UN team, the Stanford Journal of International Affairs, global service, and weekly internationally oriented programming events!

Vaden Health Center Travel Clinic
Vaden’s Travel Clinic provides you with pre-travel consultation specific to your health history, destination, potential activities, and the health and safety issues of the destination. Our goal is to help you stay safe and healthy during your trip.

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