International Students

While International Students will find a great deal of support from UMass’ International Programs Office (IPO), SBS also plays an important part of that network of care. SBS academic and career advisors can be contacted for many important questions. Information about resources and experiences can be found below.

163 largest employers of those with H-1B, H-1B1, and E-3 work visas

To legally work in the United States, you need to be a U.S. citizen or hold some kind of visa that allows you to work. Some of those without citizens are permanent residents, who are often referred to as green …

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How International Students Can Improve Their Chances of Getting H-1B Visas

With this year’s H-1B visa registration season well underway, we spoke with International Student Career Expert Marcelo Barros about what international students should be doing now, common mistakes students make when searching for U.S. employment, and what we can expect …

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Ukraine Crisis Drop-In Support Space

2 p.m. Tuesday, March 8 | via Zoom

Join CCPH in this supportive space for UMass students to connect and share about how the Ukraine war is impacting them.

Pre-register here for Zoom link.

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Center for Counseling & Psychological Health
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Featured Resources

The Pathways Center has created some useful training and refresher videos to help students explore and register for classes. Below …

UMass has ESL Tutoring support. Any currently enrolled UMass Amherst student (graduate, undergraduate and UWW), visiting scholar or international instructor …

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