Information for Faculty
Study Abroad programs for undergraduate and graduate students are a crucial dimension of IPFW’s commitment to international education and institutional globalization. IPFW is committed to making educationally significant study experiences in an international setting accessible to students of all curricula and backgrounds as a part of the university’s desire for eminence in higher education.
The Office of International Education is thrilled that you would like information regarding the various study abroad programs available to IPFW students. This website will provide information about the types of programs available, locations, and scholarships, all items the Office of International Education hopes will help you in advising our students. If you would like more information, contact the Office of International Education, Walb Union 145, at (260) 981-6034 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty Led Study Abroad Program
Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne faculty members planning to take students abroad on credit and non-credit bearing programs must follow the protocol established by the IPFW Educational Travel Committee. This document outlines the procedures that must be followed for safety, liability, and record keeping purposes. All faculty led programs are managed jointly by the Division of Continuing Studies and Office of International Education. For information on how to create a faculty led program view theIPFW Educational Travel Program Administration Flow Chart. The Education Travel Overseas in Service Training will be:
Come and learn about the benefits of travel, IPFW time lines, process overview and budget considerations.
The Fulbright Scholars Program is sponsored by the U. S. Government and is designed to increase mutual understanding between the United States and people of other countries. Opportunities are available from two months to an academic year or longer. The Fulbright Senior Specialist Program offers two to six week grants in a variety of disciplines and fields. There are a variety of programs designed exclusively for faculty and staff in U. S. institutions of higher education. In addition, there are a number of grants available for faculty members to conduct research, study languages and cultures, or teach overseas.