About the Global Learning Medallion
You can graduate with a Global Learning Medallion! The Global Learning Medallion program provides undergraduate students personalized mentorship and high impact global opportunities including internships, fellowships, funding, events, and networking opportunities.
About Peace Corps Prep
Join the Peace Corps Prep program! Peace Corps Prep at FIU is a program established through a formal partnership with the Peace Corps national office. It offers undergraduate students the opportunity to gain skills and experiences that will make you competitive applicants for the Peace Corps and other international development positions.
Scholarships & Fellowships
The Office of Global Learning Initiatives supports transformative curricular and co-curricular student endeavors. Each year, students have the opportunity to apply for funding to support engagement and research projects, travel, and more.
Global Learning Courses
As an FIU undergraduate, you are required to take a minimum of two (2) Global Learning courses prior to graduation. These courses are designed to empower you to increase your global perspective, awareness, and engagement. There are currently over 240 courses to choose from!
Get your free subscription to The New York Times now! Our partnership with The New York Times makes possible the Tuesday Times Roundtable, a weekly moderated discussion series on global topics of interest and concern to us all. This partnership also provides FIU students, faculty and staff with free digital access to The New York Times.
Clubs and organizations
Find a club that fits your global interests. The Office of Global Learning Initiatives supports globally-focused, student-led clubs and organizations. They focus on a variety of topics, including global health, the environment, prison reform, and leadership as a global citizen.
Gain valuable work experience by completing a Latin American and/or Caribbean (LAC) focused internship! Click here to schedule a consultation to learn how you can apply for LAC internships related to your personal, academic, and professional goals. You might even be able to earn college credits while acting as an intern.