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
Ahlaam Moledina '23
Studying: Radio, Television, and Film; Creative Writing
Hometown: Birmingham, United Kingdom
On campus: A&O Productions, Multicultural Filmmaker's Collective, Out Da Box, Sketch TV
Best Class at NU: Iranian Cinema and Visual Culture
Favorite Restaurant: The food (and the people!) at Habibi Inn
Fun Fact: Midwesterners love to make casseroles—I don't know what casserole is and I'm too afraid to ask!
Ines Hinojosa '23
Studying: Neuroscience, Economics
Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico
On campus: Global Research and Consulting Club, Women in Business, club tennis, research assistant at Deportation Reserach Clinic, tour guide
Best Class at NU: Anthropology of Sense Perception
Favorite Restaurant: A French-Mexican restaurant in Chicago called Tzuco
Fun Fact: I make spotify playsists for everything!
Isabel Aspiroz '23
Studying: Environmental Sciences
Hometown: Madrid, Spain
On campus: Associate Student Government, Fossil Free NU, Wild Roots
Best Class at NU: The City: Urbanization and Urbanism
Favorite Restaurant: Frida's (for great breakfasts)
Fun Fact: A couple of years ago, I was trying to fly back home and got on the wrong airplane. I didn't notice and ended up in a different country!
email the COORDINATORs
Connect With the International Admission TeamSend us an email at email@example.com 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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