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Workshops & Orientation

International Services fosters transition, intercommunication and a sense of independence for TCU’s international students.

 

International Workshop Spring 2019

This workshop is meant to prepare students for the role that US culture plays in most everything at TCU. The workshop will cover subjects such as scholarships, the structure of the academic system, and even peer relationships in an academic setting.

Join us, January 10, 2019, on the second floor of Jarvis Hall.


 

MBA Workshop Group Photo at Frog Fountain

MBA International Workshop

The MBA International Workshop focuses specifically on the relationship between maintaining a balance between your academic and training goals. Attention will be paid to legal matters, the culture of academic and corporate culture and maintaining your immigration platform so that you may achieve all of your goals. MBA students are separated out based on program commitments internal to their particular degree.


 

International Orientation Group Picture

General International Orientation

The International Workshop at TCU brings together faculty, staff, and peer leaders in a facilitated space, to discuss academic and cultural expectations related to your degree. Community partners, organizations and university leadership all join this event so that, leading up to class registration, you’ll have all your questions answered and be competitively prepared to select your classes and succeed at TCU.


 

Artist Diploma Workshop Participants at Frog Fountain

Artist Diploma Workshop

The Artist Diploma Workshop focuses on international students and the special experiences that are created in performance-based programs at TCU. Attention will be paid to immigration regulations, cultural experience and the special role that our musicians have within the TCU and Ft. Worth community.