HACU INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES

The Office of International Affairs promotes and facilitates international initiatives involving HACU member institutions. HACU provides study abroad opportunities for students through its agreements with various study abroad providers, including: Global Learning Semesters, the American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS), Semester at Sea, School for International Training, and IES Abroad.

HACU has collaborated with several partners on the development of joint student exchange programs and with U.S. Embassies to establish bilateral international collaboration initiatives with institutions of higher education in several Latin American countries. HACU is committed to expanding international opportunities for students and faculty from its member institutions.

INTERNATIONAL AFFILIATION

An institution of higher education abroad that documents that it is a legally constituted entity authorized to operate in its country according to the rules and regulations required by its government can join as an international member of HACU. To review the international member benefits, please click HERE or, to join, please download the membership application HERE.

INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

A webpage with international opportunities is available to encourage international dialogue and promote international programs. To explore HACU's international opportunities, please click HERE.

INTERNATIONAL FACULTY EXCHANGES

HACU's International Faculty Exchange is a connection point between our member institutions, both national and international, to connect with faculty across the globe who are interested in working abroad for a limited time. Facilitated via our ProTalento Job Board, faculty can apply directly to opportunities as they are posted by host institutions. To post or view exchange positions, please click here.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

HACU hosts an International Conference biennially to feature the latest higher education trends, model programs, and cutting-edge research from the United States and abroad. Topics have included student and faculty exchanges, dual degree programs and the internationalization of institutions of higher education. A student track has also been held in conjunction with the conference. For information on HACU's International Conferences, please click HERE.