The Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching (COST) is a program where Teacher Education students may complete their student teaching experience overseas. UWF is one of 15 universities in the U.S. that offers the COST program to student teachers.
COST is a voluntary pact of mutual understanding among a group of colleges and universities acting through their schools, colleges, or departments of education to provide opportunities for quality student teaching placement and supervision in a setting outside the United States.
The FCLI provides a broad range of services to the local community and university students, including out-of state waivers, Conference for Chinese Studies, and trade show and industry information.
The Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to create and encourage collaboration between like-minded community stakeholders who value sharing the Central Gulf Coast with the rest of the world.
The GCCDC brings Pensacola delegations of international leaders invited by the U.S. Department of State through the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). The countries represented by the delegations that visited UWF's College of Professional Studies include Morocco, Bermuda, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Dominican Republic, and more.
UWF Continuing Education supports global learners and provides opportunities to people from more than 30 states and 20 countries. In recent years, the team has gained experience in planning and conducting programs on site in five countries, including the United States, Germany, New Zealand, Mexico, the United Kingdom and Spain.