IUPUI is committed to strengthening campus-wide internationalization efforts and developing students as global citizens.
In 2014-15, IUPUI welcomed 1,921 international students to campus. More than 150 countries are represented in the IUPUI student body, and international students comprise 6.5 percent of the total IUPUI enrollment.
Learn more in our International Enrollment Report
Every year IUPUI recognizes 100 outstanding juniors and seniors with “Top 100” recognition.
We are proud that IUPUI’s 2014 “Top 100” are globally engaged:
- Approximately half have studied abroad
- 14 International students received Top 100 recognition
- 12 participated in the International Peer Mentor Program
Hundreds of international scholars enrich campus life every year.
International Scholars include international faculty, researchers, house staff, and professional staff.
Study abroad programs continue to grow at IUPUI. In 2011-2012, 387 students participated in study abroad programs and collectively received over $500,000 in financial aid and scholarships.
President McRobbie has placed internationalization among his top three priorities. The plan for Indiana University is available through the Office of the Vice President for International Affairs.
The IUPUI Strategic Plan: Our Commitment to Indiana and Beyond embraces internationalization as a Strategic Initiative.
In coordination with the IUPUI Strategic Plan: Our Commitment to Indiana and Beyond and the IU International Strategic Plan, IUPUI is participating in a two-year planning process (2012 – 2014) with the American Council on Education's (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory.
Background & Advisory Councils
The campus-wide International Representatives Group, International Enrollment Advisory Council, and Study Abroad Committee members work expand and enhance international efforts on campus.
For a succinct summary of the state of internationalization at IUPUI, read the successful nomination submitted for the Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization through NAFSA: Association for International Educators.
Also see OIA's 10-Year Reaccreditation Report.