The IU Europe Gateway at night
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Funding opportunities

A variety of funding mechanisms are available to support research activities at the Global Gateways.

We will match up to $5,000 in commitments from other IU units (e.g., departments, schools, campuses) for activities at the Global Gateways. Preference will be given to applications that build on existing IU institutional partnerships, that involve collaborative activities likely to be sustained and enhanced in the future, and that advance strategic international goals of other IU units as well as the university as a whole.

  • Application deadline: At least eight (8) weeks in advance of the event date
  • Address inquiries to:
Apply for gateway seed funding

CAHI Global Gateway grants are administered jointly by the College Arts and Humanities Institute (CAHI) and IU Global. For College faculty whose primary area of research or creative activity is in the arts and humanities, these grants support activities that take place at one or more of IU’s Global Gateways. Together, CAHI and IU Global will provide joint funding of up to $10,000.

Learn about CAHI Global Gateway grants

Overseas study program development grants, up to a maximum of $3,000, support faculty in exploring the academic and logistical local arrangements for prospective faculty-led study abroad programs.

Address inquiries to: IU Office of Overseas Study,

Learn about Overseas Study program development grants

Meet our leaders

IU Europe Gateway leaders provide services and resources to support Europe-related activities that advance Indiana University’s academic mission.

Academic partnerships in Europe

IU has established both primary, university-level partnerships and unit-to-unit partnerships with leading European institutions.

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Michel Chaouli

The Europe Gateway offered me the opportunity to hold a public panel discussion about core areas of my research with some of the most distinguished colleagues at Berlin universities.

Michel Chaouli, professor of Germanic Studies

Learn more about IU’s Global Gateway Network

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