Studying in North Carolina at UNC Wilmington
The UNC Wilmington (UNCW) offers excellently accredited academic programs and focuses on applied learning.
Students can choose from a variety of study programs in the fields of Business, Arts & Sciences, Health & Human Services and Education. Due to the option for international students to either focus on a certain field or to mix and match courses from different faculties and programs, there will certainly be an offer that suits everyone’s interests.
The university is part of the 17-campus University of North Carolina System which also includes attractive cities like Charlotte and Chapel Hill.
A semester abroad at UNC Wilmington is a great opportunity to optimize your CV and your professional background while living on a great traditional American campus at the East Coast of the United States.
Acquire the skills and expertise you need for your desired career and improve your language skills during your stay. We are happy to assist you and to answer any further questions you may have. This service is of course free of charge for you.
Studying in North Carolina: Leisure Time at UNC Wilmington
One thing is for sure when you live on a typical American campus at UNCW: You will certainly not be bored. Why not join some of the 260 clubs and organizations, work out at the excellently equipped university gym, go swimming in one of the indoor and outdoor pools, go indoor climbing with your fellow students, explore the area on a bike or spend an unforgettable time at the well-known Wrightsville Beach or popular locations from movies and TV shows? There is always something to do and to explore.
Studying in North Carolina: The City of Wilmington
North Carolina is situated at the East Coast of the United States of America. It is known for its lagoons and light houses in the east and the Blue Ridge Mountains in the west of the state. The climate is moderately warm.
In the historical city of Wilmington you may find the only big harbor in the state of North Carolina. Both the proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and the strongly represented movie industry make it a particularly attractive study location. Locals like to call Wilmington “Hollywood of the East”.