It is very important to make sure that your address, phone number, and email address on file at the school are current and accurate. If not, ID cards, explanation of benefits and other notifications about your student health insurance plan may not get to you. If you have moved or your contact information has changed, please make sure you update your contact information with your school.
OPT is a temporary work authorization available to F-1 international students who have been full-time students for at least two consecutive semesters and plan to seek employment in the United States in their fields of study.
If you are interested in engaging in cultural opportunities after your international program concludes, there are many different types of programs to consider. You’ll want to look for one that aligns with your interests, passions, and finances. Here are a few options:
A membership of more than 500+ organizations engaged in youth, student or educational travel – such as accommodation, volunteering, educational exchange, study abroad, work and travel, language learning, and au pair programs.
A comprehensive accommodation option for remote workers that makes working remotely abroad as easy as working from home. See the world while you work. We’ll provide everything you need for easy work abroad, from your accommodation and workspace to connecting you with expert local communities.