Enrollment Solutions for International Students Located Outside of the U.S.
As changes to immigration policy, visa processing, and travel restrictions continue to develop, the Division of Global Engagement wants to make it easier than ever to stay enrolled in fall 2020—with or without a visa.
Stay on track towards your degree
Enroll in 12 credit hours to be eligible for #NoVisaNeeded options. Worried about time zone differences? We're providing accommodations for remote instruction, including asynchronous (recorded) classes to accommodate time zone differences whenever possible and separate course sections, if enrollment permits, with synchronous (live) lectures.
Connect with Yawei Zhang, China-Based Student Advisor and UO alumnus, to receive personalized mentorship and academic support.
Address: 310 Wulumuqi Middle Road, Building No.6, Shanghai, China
Phone: 131 9409 1199（M-F: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Beijing Time)
New freshmen will also have the chance to meet classmates and other UO ducks in China! Meetup events will occur regularly, using all safety precautions, in Shanghai and Beijing.
These enrollment options are free to you and included in your regular tuition. Enroll today.
Enhance your degree and prepare for your career
Additional enrollment options are available to you below for an additional cost. Enroll today.
In-person options for students located in China
Five Chinese cities available
Earn UO credit
Gain valuable job experiences for your global career
For students located outside of the U.S.
Study abroad at one of four locations in Europe
Programs include enrollment in a remote course in Eugene
Submit the form below to let us know which options interest you most. You can change your preferences at any time by re-submitting the form.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Who is eligible to participate?
UO international students who are located outside of the U.S., both new and continuing, are encouraged to participate in #NoVisaNeeded enrollment options. You must also first enroll in 12 credit hours.
I want to practice my English before attending UO? What options are available to me?
You can study and learn English before taking UO classes with the Intensive English Program from the American English Institute. You can take a fully online 10-week program.
I will be in the U.S. for fall term. Are all of these options available to me?
If you plan to be in the U.S. for fall term, some #NoVisaNeeded options may still be available to you. Options requiring travel may be limited if you are located in the U.S. Please contact an advisor to learn more.
I am a graduate student. Are all of these options available to me?
These offerings are ideal for undergraduate students, and can also help graduate students. More information for graduate students can be found on this webpage.
I am an AEI student. Are all of these options available to me?
For AEI students, please contact AEI directly to learn about all of your options.
What is the difference between "online" and "remote"?
"Online courses" are recorded class delivered on a web-based platform. In this type of class, there is no in-person or scheduled live interaction. "Remote courses" are live interaction at a scheduled time connected through Zoom or Teams. You will connect with your instructor through the internet.
Can I visit UO?
If you plan to travel to Eugene for an essential short-term visit, we will be there every step of the way. We will provide you with travel and safety information if, and when, it is appropriate to visit campus, meet UO faculty, or check out residence halls.
Speak with an Advisor
Call and provide your phone number to our front desk staff. An ISSS advisor will call you back.
Send questions, and we will respond to your email as quickly as possible.
Visit teams.microsoft.com and login with your DuckID to begin a remote session. All UO students have a Microsoft Teams account associated with their DuckID.