IUPUI International News
Ebola Virus Announcement
The Office of International Affairs shares the international concern about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. We are participating actively in Indiana University and IUPUI campus efforts to aggressively monitor the situation, increase communication, and rely on public health resources to provide information and links to the most up-to-date and accurate information available.
Please note that university sponsored travel to affected countries (Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone) is suspended. Additionally, individuals who are planning or returning from personal travel to one of these countries may not enter any university-owned, -operated, or leased property during their 21 day monitoring period, the duration of the incubation period for the virus. Persons planning a visit to IUPUI from the affected areas, or returning from travel to these areas will need to build that time into their schedule. In addition, these individuals are also required to contact the IUPUI Campus Health to obtain the latest campus guidance for the 21 day health monitoring period.
IUPUI launches international recruitment initiative leveraging China relationships with Indiana
(Oct. 29) The Office of International Affairs is leveraging Indiana’s strong connections with China's Zhejiang Province to increase the number of Chinese students enrolling at IUPUI.
International student enrollment continues to break records
(Sept. 8) IUPUI international enrollment continues to grow, with a record enrollment of 1,921 international students, up 4.5% from Fall 2013. International students now comprise 6.5% of overall student enrollment, a record percentage in the IUPUI student body.
In Fall 2014, 568 new international students arrived at IUPUI, the highest incoming cohort to date. More than 150 countries are represented in the IUPUI student body, and include India (437), China (409), Saudi Arabia (402), South Korea (55), Mexico (50), Iran (38), Japan (34), Brazil (34), Taiwan (31), and Canada (30).
International Students Share their IUPUI Experience
ACE Internationalization Laboratory
In coordination with the IUPUI Strategic Plan and IU International Strategic Plan IUPUI is participating in a two-year planning process with the American Council on Education's (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory, 2012 – 2014.
Current Safety Concerns and International Travel
The Office of International Affairs closely monitors information sources for updates on international events that may affect the safety of members of the IUPUI community who are traveling abroad.Read more