International Center




Fall 2014 Study Abroad Events




Fall 2014 Study Abroad Events

Do you have an interest in studying abroad, but don't know where to start? Need help with where to look for study abroad scholarships and how to apply? Do you want step-by-step advice on how to make your study abroad dream a reality?


The International Center provides many opportunities throughout the semester to learn about the study abroad planning process, and we have a session for you.


Click here to see our Fall 2014 Event Schedule






Student Affairs International Learning Scholarship (SAILS)

If you want to study abroad, present a paper at an international conference, or collect research data abroad, you can apply for the Student Affairs International Learning Scholarship (SAILS). The funds for this competitive scholarship are available for study abroad trips and other international activities in the amount of $1,500 for short-term programs or $2,500 for long-term programs. Made possible by Student Goverment and Student Life & Services Fee. Spring 2015 application coming soon...


Apply for SAILS


Mission Statement

The mission of the International Center is to provide and enhance, through both curricular and co-curricular activities, a range of opportunities which can expand the global understanding of the UNF community. To that end, the International Center is responsible for (1) recruiting and providing programs, activities, and services that address the specific needs of international students on campus and (2) developing and promoting study abroad activities for domestic students who seek international learning experiences. In addition, the International Center serves as the University’s compliance unit for federal regulations relating to international students and scholars. The International Center has four sub-units that deal with Study Abroad, International Students, the English Language Program, and International Programs in general. 


International Center


Monday - Friday:

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.



(904) 620-2657



(904) 620-3925





Student Union East,

Building 58, Room 2300