Where in the World is Auburn?

International Students

With nearly 1,500 international students, Auburn University’s student body represents more than 100 countries. Attracted by the university’s excellent academic tradition, friendly campus and commitment to worldwide service, Auburn’s international students actively contribute to the vitality of our community inside and outside the classroom.


One aspect of Auburn was instantly apparent to Ruhollah Keshvardoost after moving here from the metropolis of Tehran, Iran. "People here drive too safe," Keshvardoost playfully said. Read more

Students Abroad

Auburn University’s approximately 70 faculty-led study abroad programs provide students with first-hand learning opportunities in 36 countries around the world. Auburn’s new exchange programs allow students to spend a summer, semester or year abroad while paying their regular Auburn tuition rate.

Auburn Students Abroad

Emily Littleton always considered herself a bit of a self-reliant and free spirit, so she did not think twice about taking a five-month abroad trip to South America. Read more

International Faculty

Auburn University’s distinguished faculty represents more than 69 countries, bringing the world into the classroom. Both international and domestic faculty members continuously engage on an international scale, developing research and collaborations with the world’s best institutions.

Latif Kalin

The journey of Latif Kalin's life could have taken him many places, but fortunately for the university and the state of Alabama, he chose a path that brought him to Auburn University. Read more

Global Alumni

No matter where you travel, you’re likely to find an Auburn University graduate. Auburn’s proud alumni live in more than 96 countries worldwide.

Kerron Stewart

Stewart, who now lives and trains in Auburn under coach Henry Rolle, discussed her journey from Kingston to Auburn to three Olympic games. She first visited Auburn on a recruitment trip for the track and field team. Read more

Spotlight on Service

SFWS in Morocco

Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is working under a grant from the government of Morocco to implement a plan for controlling the country’s wild pig population, which has destroyed crops and caused environmental damage in the northwest African nation. Learn more.

Last Updated: August 19, 2016