The International Education team develops and manages the microcampus network, dual degree and Global Direct Online degree programs, and oversees program articulation and delivery, and enrollment and student engagement.
Microcampus Network: This innovative model allows students to complete a U.S.-accredited degree or dual degree from a growing network of university partners around the globe. Students learn from Arizona and partner university faculty, access Arizona and partner university resources, earn two or more degrees, and become part of two alumni networks.
Global Direct Online: Choose a customized and affordable Global Direct Online pathway to a U.S. degree. Global Direct students can earn University of Arizona credits online while studying from wherever they are in the world.
Non-credit Programs: The University of Arizona offers non-credit programs that caters to students from varying backgrounds, including undergraduate students and graduate students wanting to explore other academic or industry areas, or professionals seeking micro-credentials to upskill and remain competitive in their fields. Governments, institutions, and corporate partners may choose these programs as professional development training for their cohorts. Course content can be taught online both asynchronously or synchronously, or in a hybrid model that includes in-person instruction in Tucson or at the partner location.
For more information about International Education, please contact Rachel Hessenflow, Sr. Associate Director, International Education.