International Services

The University of Cincinnati is committed to inclusive excellence. Our blueprint for the future, Next Lives Here, is based on three pillars: inclusion, real-world impact and innovation. These are the foundation for the education you will receive at UC.

The same values have always been the cornerstone for UC International. Our office exists to support UC’s global students, scholars and staff. We advocate for you and work 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.

Experience is part of your education, in any program you choose. UC strongly believes that a world-class education has the power of real-world impact.

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.

Arriving on campus?

If you are a new international student arriving on UC's campus for the first time, make sure you know how to check-in with UC International and find campus resources.

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. 


Do you understand cryptoeconomics?

September 19, 2023

Financial literacy is imperative to improving financial decision making and increasing financial empowerment, University of Cincinnati researchers said, and they’ve developed a scale specifically to measure literacy in the cryptoeconomics sector.


UC pharmacy students explore universal healthcare in Australia

August 24, 2023

For many pharmacy students, there can be great barriers to studying abroad. However, an intrepid group of students in the James L. Winkler College of Pharmacy pushed past those boundaries and spent three weeks near the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns and Sydney, Australia.


UC Latino Alumni Network members reflect on their past as they...

August 24, 2023

Gloria Forsythe, A&S ’95, and Pamela Mallory, CAHS ’09, are two members of an ethnic spectrum that spans cultures, countries and continents. Together, Forsythe and Mallory are reaching out to UC’s diverse population of Hispanic and Latino students and alumni through the UC Latino Alumni Network (UCLAN), an affinity group of the UC Alumni Association.


DAAP students gain creativity through global connection

August 24, 2023

Picture a student in UC’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, and you might think of a lone thinker poring over a creative project in a studio. But what about a fashion designer sewing a garment in a couture fashion house in Germany? Or an artist highlighting architectural details of an Italian cathedral in brilliant watercolor? Or a craftsman practicing metalworking with a local artist in Thailand?


Advice to new UC students: Get involved

August 16, 2023

UC student leaders, Taylor Morgan and Vu Pham, offer advice to incoming Bearcats. Morgan is this year's student body president while Pham is the student body vice president. Both are studying majors in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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