University of Houston-Victoria

International Programs

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Welcome from the International Programs Office

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The University of Houston-Victoria in Victoria, Texas, offers a unique combination of excellent, affordable, and personalized academic and leadership opportunities to empower students to become successful 21st-century citizens in an increasingly complex world. Accredited and nationally ranked programs are offered at an affordable price with automatic scholarship opportunities for international students. UHV graduates are given the tools they need to make their mark in society and the world.

At the University Of Houston-Victoria, the International Programs Office functions as a catalyst for internationalization and a hub for all things international for our International Students and Scholars as well as our domestic students. 

Our Objectives

  • Promote growth and sustainability of our international student and scholars at UHV

  • Provide International Student and Scholar Services, conducting special international student orientation, immigration, and personal advising that help guide international students and scholars through a smooth transition in their academic, social, and cultural adjustment to life at UHV

  • Serve as the primary campus liaison to U.S. government agencies (Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, Student and Exchange Visitor Program) in issues relevant to F1 and J1 students and scholars to ensure access to updated and accurate immigration information to be in compliance with U.S. F1 and J1 immigration regulations

  • Conduct intercultural training programs and services to prepare UHV faculty and staff, students, and the greater community to be effective global citizens through a variety of training opportunities

  • Provide opportunities for cross-cultural experience through student and community programming to connect Victoria - the coastal-bend region of Texas - with the world, including classroom presentations, cultural programs, and cultural events