“My goal is to return to my home country and share the knowledge and expertise I have gained." Meet Sebastian Valdez '26, an accomplished soccer player and aspiring civil engineer.
Dickinson joins forces with Next Genius, a program identifying and supporting the brightest and most promising students from 1,800 schools in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
There's no greater gift than to make a dream possible. For Argentina native Pablo Thaler '07, a dream of working toward more stable democracies in Latin America began with a Dickinson scholarship.
Meet Saul Iwowo ’26, a first-year Red Devil soccer player who’s definitely one to watch.
“Dickinson's education allowed me to enter rooms where real decisions are made,” says Louis-David Kakou ’23, a political-science major who interned at UNESCO in Paris.
"I preferred an inclusive campus, where international students have the full potential to grow and connect," says Selene Nguyen '25. "That's why I decided Dickinson would be my second home."
“The Dickinson community has helped me to think differently and to dream to achieve big goals,” says Elias Berhe ’25, a computer-science major from Ethiopia who enjoys using code for the common good.
"I like the small classes and the close-knit community," says economics major Harry Huy Do '24. "At Dickinson, professors are happy to talk."
To play American football at the collegiate level, more than a dozen students from around the world have come to Dickinson and suited up on this season's squad.
“It's great to try something new. We can all learn from one another,” says Mai Le ’25, an educational-studies and psychology double major from Hanoi, Vietnam.
Meet Daniel Yamoah ’23, a multiple-scholarship awardee who's preparing for a career as a physician through student-faculty research and opportunities made possible by the Dickinson alumni network.
“Dickinson was a right fit for me because I value having close interactions with my professors,” says Seblewongel Enyew '24, a neuroscience major and recipient of the Forney P. George Scholarship.
When escalating violence and war back home threaten students' ability to stay at Dickinson, the Conflict Zone Student Support Fund helps keep their dreams within reach.
Nicolas Serna Londono '25 is an international business & management major and squash standout who earned two silver medals at the 2021 Pan-American Games.
Learn more about Ngoc Phuong Linh Nguyen ’22, who's studied and researched in nine countries, including through Dickinson's Oxford program and a data-science internship in Vietnam.
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