International Education Week (IEW) celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CIBE) promotes the contributions of international students to our campuses and communities.

Join Global Learner Support and Student Affairs on Northeastern University’s global campuses as we celebrate our international learners through a weeklong series of events. Our goal is to provide a wide range of intercultural, international, and globally-themed events that broaden cultural perspective through sharing and learning from others.

Protecting Yourself & Your Identity

4PM PT/7PM ET | Online

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World Café

10AM ET | In-person | Toronto

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Time to Dish It Out: A Reflection on Cuisine

4PM PT/7PM ET | Online

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Networking 101 for Global Learners

1PM ET | In-person | Toronto

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Community to Career Development

12PM PT/3PM ET | Online

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World Trivia with GLS

3:30PM PT | In-person | Silicon Valley

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How We Got Here: A Panel of NU Learners

4PM PT/7PM ET | Online

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Dinner at Chengdu Memory

6PM PT | In-person | Seattle

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Explore the Royal Ontario Museum

10AM ET | In-person 

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Friendsgiving Dinner

4PM PT | In-person | Silicon Valley

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Stop by the world map on your campus during IEW to show us where in the world you’ve studied! This could be your hometown or another place you’ve lived and learned. Maps will be posted in Seattle, Silicon Valley, Toronto, and Vancouver!

What does international education mean to you? Write your thoughts below and we'll share them with the Northeastern University community! Submissions are anonymous.