Internationalizing the campus experience
Rutgers Global–Programs works closely with campuses, schools, and units to support faculty research and scholarship. We develop activities that internationalize the campus, enhancing the global competency of the Rutgers community. With a focus on strong relationships, we also facilitate international partnerships and delegations.
Rutgers Global, through the programs office, offers several different funding opportunities open to units across the university aimed at internationalizing the campus experience. In addition, we advance international research by providing assistance and immigration processing for incoming sponsored students and scholars, such as those who come to Rutgers through the Mandela Washington Fellowship.
Rutgers has hundreds of international MOUs (memoranda of understanding)—and Rutgers Global–Partnerships facilitate these agreements. These partnerships often lead to on-site visits from international delegations, and we can coordinate such visitor requests.
Funding OpportunitiesLearn More
Rutgers Global offers or facilitates several funding opportunities annually to grow the university's international research and teaching projects.
Peace Corps Recruitment OfficeLearn More
Peace Corps Recruitment Office
Rutgers established an on-campus Peace Corps recruitment office just for Rutgers faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
International PartnershipsLearn More
Rutgers has nearly 400 formal partnership agreements with higher education institutions and international organizations around the world.
Signature FellowshipLearn More
The U.S. Department of State selected Rutgers for the fourth time to host cohorts of talented young African change-makers for the Mandela Washington Fellowship.
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Programs and Events
The center offers or cosponsors more than 100 free academic or cross-cultural global programs each year. RSVPs are appreciated.
Fulbright Scholar ProgramLearn More
Fulbright Scholar Program
The Fulbright Scholar Program offers U.S. faculty and administrators grants to lecture, conduct research, or participate in seminars around the world.