Office of International Education

The Office of International Education facilitates internationalization efforts on and off campus to prepare students for the global workforce and society.
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The Office of International Education (OIE) is available during regular business hours; however, in response to COVID-19, we are serving students, faculty, and staff remotely. Appointments with OIE staff can be made here.  

You may also contact our office by phone at 715-232-2132 and via email at globaled@uwstout.edu (int'l student services) or studyabroad@uwstout.edu (study abroad advising), or reach out to individual staff members directly via email.  

Important updates regarding the impact of COVID-19 on UW-Stout international programs can be found here.

The Office of International Education seeks to accomplish the following:

  • Advance education abroad opportunities that encompass experiential, innovative, and career-focused learning for the UW-Stout community.
  • Cultivate institutional partnerships to foster global experiences for all UW-Stout stakeholders.
  • Diversify our campus population through mindful recruitment of international students.
  • Provide quality support services to international students, visiting scholars, and guests.
  • Advance initiatives that foster intercultural and global competencies for students, faculty, staff and the local community.
  • Provide quality English as a Second Language courses and support to facilitate international student success.

Best of 2019-20: Students, groups earn leadership, Wood, co-op, Global Ambassadors awards

More than 100 students and student groups were recognized at University of Wisconsin-Stout’s annual Leadership Awards programs released virtually May 6.

UW-Stout international students, retired professionals discuss India, Pakistan

Menomonie community members gain insight, awareness of global issues

Leadership Awards to be held virtually May 6

Even though students can’t be together because of the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Wisconsin-Stout plans to celebrate student leaders.