Our Forest is populated by more than 100 species of trees and more than 100 species of birds. More importantly, it is infused, invigorated, and enhanced by the experiences, scholarship, and cultural traditions of an entire planet.

One of every 10 Wake Forest undergraduates in 2021-22 came to the University from another country, but that’s only part of this global story.

The other is in the students — regardless of their points of origin — who take the leap to learn abroad and bring their knowledge back to their main academic home. In all, 66% of the Class of 2020 received academic credit for foreign study. That’s the third-highest figure among national universities in U.S. News & World Report’s September 2021 rankings.

Ours is the only Top 30 national university to own three academic-residential houses in other countries. Between them, Worrell House in London, Flow House in Vienna, and Casa Artom in Venice have been home to more than 3,000 Wake Foresters over the years.

It’s also important to note that our commitment to international education flows both ways. Wake Forest provides international students with a yearlong transitional experience rooted in written and spoken communication.

To learn more about all of these global experiences, please visit our campus community.

July and August Visits

From July 6-August 10, we will offer in-person information sessions paired with student-led campus tours. This two-hour visit experience will be offered Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Register for your campus-visit experience here.

We also hope you’ll join us for our live virtual information sessions, Distinctively Wake and Dean’s Corner.

See the world beyond the given.

P.S. Finally, we hope you’ll follow our Instagram to learn more about opportunities at Wake Forest.

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