Welcome to Global Strategies at UNL
Office of Global Strategies
With students, staff, and faculty from over 150 countries, education abroad programs in over 45 nations, and research efforts and partnerships on all 7 continents, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln engages the world.
UNL's Global Strategies site is a gateway for information on our connections with the world. Here you’ll learn about majors, minors, and certificate programs with an international focus; resources available to assist international students and scholars with visas; international partnerships; education abroad possibilities; and a range of international events, opportunities, and resources that help UNL students and faculty engage the world.
Partners sought to host International Education Week events
The Office of Global Strategies invites campus partners to host an event during the annual celebration of International Education Week Nov. 13-17. This week is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the U.S. Department of Education, and serves to promote programs that prepare participants for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn and exchange experiences. All departments or colleges are encouraged to participate.
Read more about this event here.
The 2017 UNL Mandela Washington Fellowship cohort. Nebraska is one of only 38 sites in the United States chosen through a competitive process to partner with the U.S. State Department and the International Research and Exchanges Board to host an institute.
Mandela Washington Fellows celebrated the legacy of Nelson Mandela with a July 18 tree planting at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Landscape Services also buried a time capsule as part of the July 18 planting. The capsule contains a document outlining the historical significance of the tree. The document was also signed by the Mandela Washington Fellows.
A group of UNL students meeting President Lee of Chuncheon National University of Education in South Korea.
The Fall 2015 New Student Enrollment Airport Arrival Welcome Team.
Brazil Scientific Mobility students gather in the UNL Student Union.
PIESL students are carrying their respective countries flags as they walk in the Homecoming Parade.
Brazilian Ciência sem Fronteiras (Scientific Mobility) students practice American football prior to their return to Brazil.
Your Story – Without Borders
Around the world, doors open for those who can easily move across cultures, languages and national borders. Endless opportunities await you because you understand the world, embrace its endless diversity and welcome its impact on your life. Your story starts today--and it has no borders.
Learn more about the global experience