The International Network of Universities (INU) is a global consortium comprised of higher education institutions that actively seek international partnerships and experiences, create innovative programming and delivery methods, and embrace the internationalization movement. The INU activities focus on:
- Advancing internationalization of member universities
- Preparing students for lives and careers as global citizens
- Engaging students and staff in international mobility programs
- Sharing experiences and best practices
- Delivering joint teaching and degrees
- Supporting early career researchers
The 19th INU Council Meeting will be held at the end of February at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. More details will be released at a later date.
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18th INU Council meeting
The meeting was held at James Madison University, November 9-12, 2014. Read more about the 18th INU Council meeting highlights.
The Professional Staff Training
The training was organized at James Madison University, November 9-12, 2014, with the themes of student success, academic planning and career advising. Read what participants experienced.
2014 Hiroshima University Summer Programs
Planning for the summer programs will start in early 2015.
2014 Nursing Workshop student testimony about her participation in the program is quite remarkable!
Henry Fong Award Winner Annoucement
Mr. Keijiro Matsushima
Hiroshima atomic bomb survivor Mr. Keijiro Matsushima dies
It is with heavy heard that we share the sad news of the passing of a great man. Mr. Keijiro Matsushima, the atomic bomb survivor who shared his story and touched many lives during the INU Student Seminar on Global Citizenship and Peace, passed away on Wednesday, November 12, 2014.