The Mumbai Global Center hosted an event to celebrate the Notre Dame community in India and welcome newly admitted students.
Study & Research Abroad
F and J Students and Study Abroad
International students in F and J status who will engage in research or study outside the U.S. during the fall or spring terms must complete the Study/Research Abroad Request e-form at ISSAlink. This includes graduate students who will be conducting research or working on their dissertation anywhere outside of the U.S. The information collected in this e-form allows ISSA to handle your immigration record properly. Failure to complete this notification process may result in problems or denials at a U.S. port of entry upon the return from a research or study abroad experience.
Please also note: to re-enter the U.S., students need 1) a passport valid for at least 6 months in the future, 2) an unexpired visa, and 3) an I-20 or DS-2019 which has a travel signature which was issued sometime in the past year.
Nicole Lee will be attending the University of Notre Dame this fall, along with ten other students from the GCS program.
When Kacey Hengesbach began her undergraduate career at Notre Dame, she didn’t imagine that it would include traveling 8,000 miles to Ahmedabad, India. But thanks to a new course created by Neeta Verma, she had the chance to spend three weeks there last summer, working collaboratively with students from India’s National Institute of Design. Hengesbach and the other students in Verma’s Social Design course continued their partnership with the NID students throughout the fall semester, hosting them for a two-week visit to Notre Dame in September and communicating via Skype and email for the remainder of the course.