News + Events

News + Events

Indiana University and the College of Arts and Sciences are alive with exciting international activities, lectures, projects, and many more opportunities, on campus and abroad.

Global Learning Events


IU Global Connections: Simple Strategies and Resources for Global Learning

Thursday, April 11 at 12 noon

Ferguson International Center, room 421/423

From this lunchtime conversation, faculty will learn simple strategies to integrate global learning into their classroom and gain a better understanding of the resources available on campus to support global learning.

Lunch will be provided. More information and register here


Global Learning Showcase

Friday, April 26, 11:30am-1:00pm

Ferguson International Center, room 421-423

Stop by the Global Learning Showcase to learn how IU students have engaged in global activities virtually this semester! Open to all.


College Freshmen!

It's a great idea to plan for study abroad early in your college career. Knowing that you want to spend a semester abroad in your junior year, for example, you can plan your course schedule in your first two years to accommodate that. You can take courses in your major overseas, and you can also save some GenEds and electives, add a minor (perhaps an Individualized Minor that you design yourself), and consider any required sequencing of courses for your major. Tell your academic advisor you want to study abroad.

Also, don't let the cost get you down. There are affordable options to study abroad and scholarships are available. IU Education Abroad and the College International Office can help you navigate your options.