University of Evansville

International Admission

55 countries are represented on UE's campus.

Liberal Arts and Sciences

Qisen Wang

Qisen Wang

Major: Political Science

Country: China

"From the beginning, my professors at UE have challenged me, and they have also provided me with the guidance necessary to succeed." Learn more...

Qisen Wang

Qisen Wang

Major: Political Science

Country: China

Here at UE, the academic environment shapes my intellectual outcomes through challenging courses and collaborative professors. This is critical for my future success.

Although I am a political science major, I have the opportunity to take liberal arts and science courses like chemistry, law, music, and foreign language. Having an understanding of other elements of education is necessary in expanding my general knowledge. From the beginning, my professors at UE have challenged me, and they have also provided me with the guidance necessary to succeed.

My involvement in different clubs at UE has broadened my horizon and worldviews. Participating in different clubs makes UE a special place. Through these activities, I am able to share my culture while learning about others. Sometimes balancing my time between clubs and class can be challenging, but I learned the skill of time management.

Jia Yu How

Jia Yu How

Major: Vocal Performance

Country: Singapore

"My love for music, especially singing, has been further propelled by amazing professors who endlessly offer help and advice whenever I need it." Learn more...

Jia Yu How

Jia Yu How

Major: Vocal Performance

Country: Singapore

My love for music, especially singing, has been further propelled by amazing professors who endlessly offer help and advice whenever I need it. Some go beyond what a professor is required to do, and I am more than thankful that these professors are here for me. University Choir and Kantorei are the two major ensembles that I am in. These are great platforms for students to showcase their talents, as well as to learn to work closely as part of a team. We also get opportunities to perform off-campus, sometimes in professional groups, to prepare ourselves for the future.

Because of UE’s teacher-student ratio, we get more attention from our professors, enhancing our learning experience. I also appreciate the diversity that we have on campus and the support we get from our international coordinators, who make UE feel like home away from home. Thanks to UE, the people I've met, some I'd call friends for life, have all contributed in making my study abroad experience great.

Andrea Heredia

Andrea Heredia

Major: Biology

Country: Bolivia

"Classes are challenging, and professors are involved in your education inside and outside the classroom starting from the first day of classes." Learn more...

Andrea Heredia

Andrea Heredia

Major: Biology

Country: Bolivia

One has many ideas about how college is going to be: classes, and life in general. But when it comes to leaving your country and experiencing a different culture, you don’t know what to expect.

As an international student majoring in biology, I must say that from the moment I arrived at UE, my expectations were exceeded, especially in regard to my major. Classes are challenging, and professors are involved in your education inside and outside the classroom starting from the first day of classes. Even though this is my first semester here, I feel that being away from home during this time has helped me grow as a person, and I’m really looking forward to continuing my college experience at UE for the next four years.

Marketa Trousilova

Marketa Trousilova

Major: Organizational Communication

Country: Czech Republic

"As an organizational communication major, I am learning how to effectively communicate and plan events." Learn more...

Marketa Trousilova

Marketa Trousilova

Major: Organizational Communication

Country: Czech Republic

Choosing a prestigious university was very difficult, but luckily, I found the University of Evansville. UE offers a friendly environment, a great education, and most importantly it allows me to grow both as a student and an athlete.

As an organizational communication major, I am learning how to effectively communicate and plan events. My goal is to work for a company that organizes parties, weddings, and other social events.

One of my dreams is to organize a world tennis tournament featuring the world’s best tennis players, while creating an unforgettable experience. Thanks to UE, I am now learning new concepts and ideas that will help make my dreams become a reality.

The great thing about UE is the real-world experience that students gain by participating in class discussion, taking part in an internship, or assisting with a group project. All of this would not be possible without great professors who dedicate their time, experiences, and knowledge to helping us succeed. UE professors truly care about the success of their students. I am very happy I chose University of Evansville

Karolina Toth

Karolina Toth

Major: Cognitive Science and Philosophy

Country: Hungary

"I am a cognitive science and philosophy double major with a minor in psychology; I have been taking 18 credit hours since my freshman year... and I am still set to graduate a semester early!" Learn more...

Karolina Toth

Karolina Toth

Major: Cognitive Science and Philosophy

Country: Hungary

As a senior, I already know that I have a tendency to overwhelm myself with too many responsibilities. The beautiful thing about UE is that rather than holding me back, both professors and administrators support me. They have been especially helpful about finding solutions to my scheduling hiccups.

I am a cognitive science and philosophy double major with a minor in psychology; I have been taking 18 credit hours since my freshman year. I have had the opportunity to intern at a local radio station, WNIN, I have been a residential assistant (RA) for two years, I was president of the UE Book Club and the International Club, I have assisted in research in the neuroscience laboratory, and I am still set to graduate a semester early!

Now I look forward to becoming fully immersed in the international orientation as an orientation leader and then to give campus tours as an admission ambassador throughout the semester. Meanwhile, I am working closely with my advisor to make my senior thesis and my honors project the best they can be. My time at UE has been invaluable regarding every aspect of my life. I am sure I will keep in touch with a lot of people from my alma mater, but I am also excited to graduate and explore the world; empowered by my UE degree!

Ibhade Eigbobo

Udunma Ikoro

Major: Biology (Pre-Med)

Country: Nigeria

"In the biology program, the professors try their best to make sure their students understand the concepts discussed in class... [and make] sure that each student is provided with their own advisor and student mentor." Learn more...

Ibhade Eigbobo

Udunma Ikoro

Major: Biology (Pre-Med)

Country: Nigeria

To be honest, I never dreamt about coming to the University of Evansville when I was applying for colleges in the United States. To make it worse I arrived late and missed orientation. I thought I wouldn’t survive. After spending one year here, I feel like I can call UE my third home because of all the good people I have met.

Being an international student majoring in biology (pre-med), I can say that the University of Evansville has exceeded my expectations. In the biology program, the professors try their best to make sure their students understand the concepts discussed in class. The biology department even makes sure that each student is provided with their own advisor and student mentor. I can tell you that my student mentor is the best! I now feel confident in my path to medical school, because of all the great help that I have received. This semester I look forward to beginning my new work-study position in the biology department and I know it will be a great experience.

The University of Evansville has so many options for extracurricular activities and through some of them I have learned a lot. Currently, I am involved with biology club and international club. Last summer I was able to volunteer with Dr. Edwards’s biology research project, and I learned a lot from the experience, especially in the extraction of DNA and the use of laboratory instruments. Beside lab work, I also assist in maintaining the freshwater and saltwater fish tanks in the biology department.

The University of Evansville has taught me a lot of things not only in the academic sphere, but also in the social sphere, which I am very grateful for. Since arriving I have made new friends, improved my English skills, volunteered in numerous activities, and so much more. I can proudly say that UE is my home away from home!

Dahlia Matouba

Dahlia Matouba

Major: Biochemistry

Country: Republic of the Congo

"The classes are challenging and small, which allows everyone to express themselves." Learn more...

Dahlia Matouba

Dahlia Matouba

Major: Biochemistry

Country: Republic of the Congo

Being a college student is a big step for everyone because it requires you to grow up and be more responsible. Additionally, it can be a little scary when you have to leave your country and experience a totally different culture.

I am majoring in biochemistry, and I really enjoy being part of UE so far. From the beginning, I was pleasantly surprised by the involvement of the professors inside and outside the classroom. They are always willing to help and give advice, so students can improve their skills. The classes are challenging and small, which allows everyone to express themselves during class. Moreover, being far from home has helped me rely more on myself. Thus, I am looking forward to learning more over the next three years.

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