International Partnerships & Faculty Resources

Marquette University currently has partnerships and faculty doing research in dozens of countries around the world from Poland to South Korea. The Office of International Education facilitates all of these partnerships, and provides resources to faculty and students researching and traveling abroad.

The links below include a database containing a full listing of all Marquette's current international partnerships and faculty research projects. They also provide all of the University policies on establishing short-term study abroad programs, international partnerships, and traveling abroad for research and conferences.

OIE also receives support and guidance from the Global Engagement Committee made up of faculty representatives from each of Marquette's colleges.

Policy on Marquette Sponsored International Travel

University Policy and Procedures (UPP) 1-18 is intended to centralize and define the approval process, required documentation and pre-program planning requirements for Marquette University employees or students participating in international travel.

For employees, this pertains to official business abroad (conference, research, etc.) and coordinating or leading students in international credit or non-credit programs.

For students, this pertains to studying abroad for academic credit and international non-credit volunteer or service projects under the auspices of Marquette. For full details on education abroad policies, see the university bulletin.
Please refer to the University Policies and Procedures website to read the complete policy and corresponding forms:

For an overview of the policy and procedures:

Faculty and staff traveling internationally

Short-term international program development

Virtual Research Opportunities

Marquette's Office of International Education seeks to inform faculty members on a variety of international collaboration opportunities with international educators. Below you will find information and links to a variety of opportunities that involve a range of topics and areas where faculty can collaborate with others.

Program for the Internationalization of the Curricula United States-Mexico

Contribute to the Internationalization of the Curricula of Higher Education Institutions applying SUNY's Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) methodology for strengthening academic programs in Mexican and U.S. universities.

More information about the PIC-US MX program available here.

Australian Catholic University's Global Virtual Intercultural Classroom

Australian Catholic University's Faculty of Law and Business invites you to connect with ACU through their virtual classroom program. This is an online teaching and learning environment where teams of students at your university can connect with teams of students at ACU to work on a shared task or project. Our virtual classrooms also provide opportunities for your academic staff to partner with our staff through the sharing and delivery of materials via a range of technologies. If you offer courses/units that include an international or cross-cultural focus, or courses that include assessment tasks that can be internationalised, we encourage your colleagues to join us in this initiative. There is no cost for your staff or students to join. More information is included here.

Partnership Information

Faculty Resources