The Office of International Education assists more than 800 international students from 60 countries during their stay at IUP and helps more than 250 students a year find education abroad. The office also liaises with faculty, staff, students and community members in a number of different ways to further internationalize IUP.
Comments from IUP President Driscoll: “You Belong Here”
Under the current presidential executive order regarding entry to the United States, the Office of International Education does not recommend international travel for IUP students and scholars who are citizens of one of the seven countries identified in the order: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. Please contact the
Office of International Education with any questions or concerns. We are here to support and assist you.
Learn more about international admissions, deadlines, and how to apply
Learn more about immigration, visas, housing, and other useful information
Full-time, noncredit, intensive English program
Resources for students interested in studying abroad
Resources for working with international students
Information on how you can get involved
Connect with the Office of International Education on Social Media
More IUP Social Media
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You Belong Here: IUP President Comments on Executive Order on Entry to the United States
Wednesday Information Workshops Start this Week
International Education Week Wraps Up with US Citizenship Naturalization Ceremony
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