Connect with our Global Wildcats.
Interested in learning about the international student experience? Want to get in touch with a current student from your home country? Someone with similar academic interests? A current student involved in research? Something else?
Our Global Wildcats serve as international student ambassadors. By acting as a bridge between prospective and current international students, our Global Wildcats assist the Office of Undergraduate Admission in recruiting students from all over the world.
Meet Our Coordinators
Studying: Global Health/Eastern European Studies/Middle Eastern Studies
High School: United World College Robert Bosch
Hometown: Oelde, Germany/Nowa Cerekwia, Poland
On campus: International Student Association, Polish American Student Association
Fun Fact: I once ordered a papaya salad (which in my head sounded like a nice, fruity dessert). I subsequently almost choked on the very (!) intense spice and a crab claw that I did not expect to find.
In the future: I want to work for the European Union!
High School: TASIS England, Stamford American International School
Hometown: London, England
On campus: Spectrum Theatre Company, Model UN, and various theatre productions
Fun Fact: I am in love with bubble tea (so much so that I've made it at home before!)
In the Future: Still figuring that out, but would hope to be in a creative industry (i.e., theatre, digital media, journalism, etc.)
email the COORDINATORs
Connect With the International Admission TeamSend us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at +1.847.491.7271 with any admission-related questions.
For Current Students
Global Wildcat volunteers are critical in connecting with prospective Northwestern students, often communicating via email or video chat or participating in student panels.
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