Congratulations on being admitted to UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, the top public school of public health in the U.S.
Here you’ll find the resources you need to get settled and get started, including answers to your questions about:
Experience Gillings: A Program For Admitted Graduate Students
Each spring, the Gillings School of Global Public Health hosts a day-long program for newly admitted applicants. Admitted graduate students have the opportunity to connect with current students, faculty, and staff to discuss student life at UNC, research, financial aid, and life in Chapel Hill, in order to learn why UNC is a great match for a public health education. Applicants who chose to attend Experience Gillings must make their own arrangements for transportation and lodging. Breakfast will be provided as well as light refreshments at the student Meet and Greet.
Registration for Experience Gillings will re-open in January 2016! More details to come in Fall of 2015!
Welcome, International Students! You bring…
You help broaden our horizons. We welcome you!
Here are some resources to help you thrive at Carolina.
Survive and Thrive
International Student Guide
Developed by and for students, this guidebook helps incoming public health students from around the world make the most of their experience at UNC-Gillings.
Gillings Global Gateway
Learn more about the global health resources at UNC-Gillings.
We can help connect you with a fellow Gillings student to help with your transition.
They give you essential information for thriving at UNC.
Office of International Student and Scholar Services (OISSS)
The main administrative office for all international students. OISSS offers everything from visa guidance to adjustment counseling to cultural programs.
The Writing Center
Provides writing advice and reviews, plus orientation workshops, for non-native English speakers.
UNC’s vision to broaden our international presence.
Courses to help with adjustments:
Preparing International Teaching Assistants Program
Supports training/development of international teaching assistants and scholars at UNC.
GRAD 810: Communicating in the American Classroom
Open to all graduate and professional students. Builds skills in language, cross-cultural communication and more. Students may enroll prior to or at the beginning of a teaching assistantship.