International Services

The University of Cincinnati’s world-class education, robust international research connections and innovative experiential learning opportunities attract students and scholars from around the world.

UC International supports UC’s global students, scholars and staff by advocating for you and working every day to meet your needs, from immigration advising to social interaction.

We want to make sure that this message is clear from the moment you step foot on campus: You are welcome here.


Two international students from Tanzania stand outside the University of Cincinnati's Teachers-Dyer Complex.

Find yourself here. Discover what's Next.

Studying at the University of Cincinnati will change your life—and you can change the world. Real-world experience is part of your education, in any program you choose.

The University of Cincinnati is a Carnegie I public research institution with 213 graduate programs and 194 undergraduate programs. Reuters recently listed us among the top 100 most innovative global universities. We invented co-op in 1906, and our students earn $75 million annually working for 1,300 international employers.

Whether you want to perfect an art, pursue expertise in a scholarly or professional field, perform research or dedicate yourself to a future of service, find your path here at UC.


Graduating soon?

If you are an international student who is completing your degree program, take a look at your options after graduation.


Physics professor Hans-Peter Wagner and his graduate student, Fatemesadat Mohammadi, in his lab, where they work with nano technology.

Global strategy and scholarship

UC International supports the University of Cincinnati's global educational mission. We help departments recruit and hire faculty, staff and researchers of international caliber. We invest in innovative collaborations with scholars and researchers around the world. We build a comprehensive worldwide network of strategic partner universities to create a common future. 


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NIS program opens new horizons for international student

July 17, 2024

In his pursuit of physics and a taste for research, Akash Khanikor ventured from his hometown in India's Assam to the University of Cincinnati, drawn by the promise of hands-on exploration early in his undergraduate career as a NEXT Innovation Scholar.

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UC computer science engineer works to improve AI explainability

July 12, 2024

Inspired by the desire to improve and advance the world of artificial intelligence, Nkechi Jennifer Akinwale has taken advantage of every available opportunity at the University of Cincinnati. Along with a dedication to her field, Akinwale has a deep-rooted dedication to the mentorship of young girls in STEM. She has mentored numerous undergraduate and K-12 students in various programs to share her knowledge and experience as a PhD student. Recently, she was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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