Global engagement is for all
It is for our students, our faculty, our state, our nation, and our world. IU seeks to train the next generation of industry, government, academic, and civil society leaders; to generate research and knowledge that can help solve major global challenges; and to work in close collaboration with partners both locally and globally to improve our society. The Office of the Vice President for International Affairs promotes global engagement at IU across all aspects of the university’s mission.
IU’s Global Gateway Network
Our Gateway offices serve as portals that link IU students and faculty to opportunities around the world, and that connect internationally based students, alumni, and partners to IU.
Explore IU’s global engagement
We provide many programs and services that advance the international dimension of teaching, learning, research, and service at IU. Explore what we have to offer.
Latest global news
The nonpartisan Hamilton Lugar School event will be held virtually Dec. 1 and 2 as the U.S. is going through a presidential transition.
With the $249,000 U.S. State Department grant, two management professors will work with faculty at Saints Cyril and Methodius University.
People from across the globe came together virtually to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Institute for International Business at the Kelley School of Business.
Upcoming Global Gateway events
Almost two centuries of global commitment
IU has long believed in a commitment to an international dimension of education. As we celebrate IU's bicentennial, we also celebrate nearly 200 years of global engagement. International partner universities sent their congratulations and best wishes for continued prosperity and engagement.
From 1836 to the present, explore IU's rich history of global engagement and some of the important milestones in our history.