The Ambassadors of the University of North Carolina in Wilmington look forward to hearing from you!
Are you interested in studying abroad at University of North Carolina, Wilmington the USA and would like to know first-hand what it’s like to live and study in the city called “Hollywood of the East”? We are sure you have a number of questions that could be answered best by someone who has actually studied at UNCW – someone who has undergone the same application process and who knows the university and North Carolina like the back of their hand.
Our Ambassadors have all completed a study program at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington and finished their study abroad adventure in the USA quite recently. They look forward to supporting you and to helping you with all questions concerning studying at UNCW and living in the USA.
Which course is the best? Which professor is the funniest, and what does a typical study day at UNCW look like? Where should you live in Wilmington and how do students at UNCW spend their leisure time? – Contact our Ambassadors and get first-hand insights by UNC Wilmington alumni. Our Ambassadors surely have some tips you wouldn’t be able to find in a guidebook.
We look forward to talking to you in person via phone: + 49 (0) 6151 9674 666 or E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org – of course, without obligations and completely free of charge. A study abroad adventure in the USA is the perfect chance to upgrade your résumé and to live a unique and unforgettable experience.
Our UNCW Ambassadors introduce themselves:
UNCW Ambassador 2019 / 2020
My name is Florian, I am 23 years old and attended the UNCW in the fall semester of 2018. I am studying economics and have attended four courses at the Cameron School of Business. I especially recommend the courses ”Principles of Management” and ”Leadership and Organizational Change”. The professors have designed the lessons very interesting and I have taken a lot of helpful information back to Germany. In general, I really enjoyed my time at UNCW and I am glad to have chosen this university.
Especially the beautiful campus and the proximity to the beach, as well as the exciting campus life I liked. With the Chancellor’s Walk and the Wagoner Hall, there was a place where you could always meet familiar faces. Wilmington convinced me with an interesting city center and a warm climate. In addition, Charlotte, Myrtle Beach or the Outer Banks can be reached in a few hours by car.
Meet our previous UNCW ambassadors: