学生接受前途光明的教育

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坚定不移地致力于“全人”学习教育(成果故事)。

到2050年时,当今一半的职业都不复存在。你的未来有保障吗?

掌握一项技能就能拥有铁饭碗的时代一去不复返了。那些成功的大学毕业生一定是深知在工作后应怎样不断重塑自我的人。为此,我们致力于帮助你学会批判性地思考、创造性地探索、高效地沟通以及有道德地生活。并下定决心坚毅地完成这些事情。 

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为今天和未来的每个学生,特别是来自中国每个学生的成功而共同努力。我校国际学生来自70多个国家,占学生总数的6.5% 

通向未来的路是全新的,但你不会踽踽独行 。

在UM,所有人都亲如一家,这是一个紧密团结、相互支持的社区。低师生比例,优秀的就业规划实习项目意味着你永远不会觉得自己仅仅是学校的一个数字。我们支持你 — 这正是你自信前行所需要的。

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一种因为我们特殊的所在地而塑造的独一无二的教育(地方的故事)

一个能紧紧拥抱你的社区。

一处能让你尽情呼吸的风景。

UM是一个你能逐梦的圣地。落基山脉召唤你来探索;充满活力的米苏拉市欢迎你回家。在这里,人和自然以一种独特的方式联结在一起,激发出了学习 — 和爱。 

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不论在校园还是我们的社区,甚至在其他地方,我们的学生都高度参与其中。我们有许多针对国际学生的服务和项目。我们的国际学生团体团结紧密、彼此支持。

我们位于校园里的国际学生与学者办公室致力于支持UM的国际学生。它提供签证与移民咨询、定向项目、针对国际学生的特殊项目(例如黄石公园和冰川国家公园之旅)、专业实习(OPT)咨询和校园及社区服务推荐。

我们还加入了“米苏拉市国际好谊联会。该联谊会将国际学生与社区伙伴结成对子,为他们提供文化交流和参与美国家庭活动的机会。

我们的“全球合作伙伴联谊会”将国际新生与老生配对,帮助新生顺利过渡到大学生活以及在美国的社会生活。

我们认真负责的国际招生代表可以回答你任何有关录取、申请签证的过程及其他问题。

学生成功办公室有在与UM的国际学生合作过程中积累丰富经验。我们有多个为国际学生服务的学生运营团体,例如国际学生协会(ISA)以及中国学生学者联合会(CSSA)。ISA与全球参与办公室共同举办一年一度的国际文化节,以此来祝福国际学生、他们的文化和祖国。

这里,教学不局限于教室。

在UM,实践是学习的重要组成部分。无数的实践学习机会、当地的义工与服务项目以及150多个学生团体使这所大学成为新思想(更不用说罗兹和富布莱特学者以及普利策奖得主了)萌芽的温床。

在蒙大拿大学,学生们通过学习会掌握那些能在充满困难与未知的世界中获得成功的技能。这里是一个全新的学习天地,不同背景的学生都能接触到世界一流的教育。无论是这个地方,还是这里的人,都体现着探险家无畏的、不屈不挠的精神。

Students receive tomorrow-proof education

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An unwavering commitment to “whole-person” learning.

By 2050, half of today’s jobs won’t exist. Are you tomorrow proof. 

The days when a single skillset could take you to retirement are over. The college grads who succeed will be those who enter the job market knowing how to re-invent themselves over and over. We’re committed to helping you learn to think critically, explore creatively, communicate effectively, live ethically. And do it with grit and determination.

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A collective devotion to the success of every student, today and tomorrow — especially those from China. International students make up six percent of the UM population and we have more than 70 countries represented. 

The path to the future is new. But you won’t be traveling it alone.

There are no strangers at UM. A tight-knit, supportive community, a low student to teacher ratio and a great career-placement program mean you’ll never, ever feel like a number here. We’ve got your back — which is exactly what you need to move forward confidently. 

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An education that is uniquely shaped by our special place in the world.

A community that holds you close.

A landscape that lets you breathe. 

UM truly is a remarkable place to pursue your dreams. The Rocky Mountains beckon you to come out and explore; the vibrant town of Missoula welcomes you back home. Here, people and place unite in a unique way, turning up the learning — and the love.

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A highly engaged student body on campus, in our community and beyond. We have many services and programs specifically for international students. Our international student community is tight-knit and supportive.

Our International Students and Scholars Office on campus is dedicated to supporting international students at UM. It provides visa and immigration advising, orientation programming, special international student programming (such as trips to Yellowstone and Glacier national parks), Optional Practical Training (OPT) advising and referrals to campus and community services.

We also take part in the Missoula International Friendship Program. This program matches international students with Community Friends to provide opportunities for cultural exchange and participation in American family activities.  

Our Global Partners Program matches new international students with current UM students to help ease the transition to life at college and in the U.S. 

We also have a dedicated international admissions representative who is your contact for admissions questions, questions about the visa application process and more.

Office of Student Success has advisors on staff with experience working with international students at UM.

We have multiple student-run groups dedicated to our international students, such as the International Student Association and the Chinese Students and Scholars Association. The ISA and Global Engagement Office co-sponsor  the annual  International Festival to celebrate all our students, their cultures and homelands. 

Here, classrooms don’t fit inside classrooms.

Doing is a huge part of learning at UM. Countless hands-on learning opportunities, local volunteer and service programs, and more than 150 student groups make the university an intense breeding ground for new ideas. (Not to mention Rhodes and Fulbright scholars and Pulitzer Prize winners.)

At the University of Montana, students develop the skills they need to thrive in a world full of obstacles and a future full of unknowns. Here, it’s a whole new universe of learning, where students from every walk of life have access to a world-class education; where the institution, the people and the place all embody a bold, gritty, undauntable spirit.