Monthly Archives: February 2018

Life in Buenos Aires by Bronwyn McEwen

Buenos Aires is the most colorful, vibrant, and passionate place I have ever been. I have been out of the country before, but this experience was completely different. There were many times when speaking Spanish was necessary to have conversations with locals, find places, or even to order food. The people were very patient and helpful in teaching us how to say certain things. You cannot go to Buenos

Let’s Do This!

UTC kicked off the 2018 Spring semester and first day of orientation by welcoming over 30 new students from 16 different countries to our campus with a breakfast hosted by the Center for Global Education. After enjoying some hot coffee and tea to prepare for a frigid morning, the ESL students split from the graduate and undergraduate students to complete their registration. During their orientation, the new students were

Change is Good

Ahmed Mohamed Elmahi Ibrahim is a graduate student from Sudan who is currently spending his first semester here at UTC, and he is here with us to earn his master’s degree in Electrical Engineering. Ahmed first heard about UTC while researching different Masters programs around the world. Among his options of studying in Sweden, the UK, Germany, and the US, Ahmed ultimately decided to enroll in UTC. The top

Vive la France!

Mae Stuart is a Senior undergraduate student from Chattanooga, TN, and she is double majoring in Political Science and Humanities with a minor in French. For all of the Fall 2017 semester, Mae studied abroad in Aix-en-Provence, a small city in southeastern France, to both study French and to continue research for her senior thesis. Mae’s senior thesis is on the relationship and history between France and Algeria, and