The University of Nebraska places a high priority on building partnerships with educational and philanthropic institutions, government agencies and the private sector to create opportunities for international study and research collaboration.
Current projects in China, India, Brazil, Indonesia and other nations address issues that are important to Nebraska and to the world: water for food, agriculture, early childhood, engineering, public health, cyber security and other areas. In 2019, we will host an annual Global Water for Food conference, an international gathering of experts in food security and water.
Our 2019 Global Engagement report provides a good overview of the university’s education abroad programs and global engagement efforts.
This year the University of Nebraska welcomed 4,208 international students from 139 countries – and our goal is to continue increasing our international student enrollment. We continue to create new opportunities for collaboration with other nations.
Each of our campuses is committed to offering students and faculty a rich array of international opportunities. Learn more:
University of Nebraska
- Request for Proposals: Global Perspectives in the Curriculum, 2018-2019
- 2019 Global Water for Food Conference
- Central Asia / South Asia Summit March 2019
- Africa Summit March 2019
- 2019 Global Engagement Report
- 2018 Global Engagement Report (Rev. May 5, 2018)
- Senior International Officer Bios and Contact Information
University of Nebraska International Travel Insurance through UHCG
- UnitedHealthcare Global is NU’s new international insurance provider
- UHCG Welcome Kit for University of Nebraska faculty and staff
- Frequently Asked Questions
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- Education Abroad
- Global Strategies
- Confucius Institute
- Programs in English as a Second Language (PIESL)
University of Nebraska at Omaha
- International Programs
- Education Abroad
- ILUNO Intensive English Language Program
- International Professional Development (IPD)
- Center for Afghanistan Studies
University of Nebraska at Kearney
University of Nebraska Medical Center
- NU FAQ - Executive Order & Presidential Proclamation (10.24.17)
- NU FAQ - Executive Order Entry Ban (7.6.17)
- Zika Virus Guidance – For Potential NU Travelers