This Is Auburn Office of International Programs Service to the World

The Assistant Provost for International Programs facilitates and negotiates the building of relationships with international partners. Working with the academic Deans and faculties, strategic partnerships are created to grow impact in student recruiting and mobility, faculty research capacity, scholar mobility, and collaborations across all university missions.

Active Agreements

International relationships recognized by Auburn University and its academic, research and outreach units through formal agreement.

MOUs & Dual-Degree Agreements

Dual Degrees represent programs in which students complete coursework at a partner university overseas and at Auburn and graduate with degrees from both institutions. Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) establish relationships between Auburn and a partner institution at the college or university level.

To see a table of all active partnerships, click here.

Last Updated: November 15, 2019