Welcome to Spring Quarter 2018!

New student orientation that took place on March 29th embarks the IEPP students’ journey.  ​
New student orientation that took place on March 29th embarks the IEPP students’ journey. ​

On April 2nd, 2018, UC Davis Extension – Center for International Education commences its spring quarter, with a noticeably warmer weather in town.

Take time to reflect: what else has renewed other than the school grades? Spring in many cultures symbolize a new beginning – encourage yourself to refresh and learn, like the little tree buds embracing new individual growth. Some IEPP students may join us for another quarter, while others are new to the IEP classes at the International Center.

UC Davis, having the largest campus size among all of the UC’s, might be difficult to navigate without proper introductions. With the help of student tour guides, the students familiarized themselves with UC Davis and the whole town by visiting key locations like the Memorial Union, the Quad, and the Silo.

IEPP students from Waseda University playing bowling at the MU Games Area
IEPP students from Waseda University playing bowling at the MU Games Area

IEPP students learn about not only the academic quirks of UC Davis, but also the entertainment aspects of Davis, like the MU Games Area and the Farmers Market. April especially is a month full of special events and activities bursting with spring vibes. Tune in for the next blog series on: #FunFact spring events.

Fun Fact:  What does IEPP stand for?

 

Answer: IEPP stands for International English Professional Programs, which include our 10 week Intensive English Program, and 4-week long Communication and Culture Program, English in Science and Technology Program, and English in Global Business Program.

 

 

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