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Arizona State University's international student body is a global community of scholars with 11,330 students representing more than 132 countries.
At Arizona State University, we are proud to provide our students and faculty hundreds of international study, research, internship and service opportunities in nearly every corner of the world.
Through programs that take students abroad and initiatives that bring international students to ASU, we are preparing a cadre of young leaders empowered to participate fully in the civic, economic and cultural life of their community.
Research universities in the U.S. and around the world are a primary source of new knowledge and innovation that drives the global economy. Arizona State University is a comprehensive academic knowledge enterprise committed to discovery, creativity and innovation.
Arizona State University faculty and students engage in international academic, development and research activities in more than 80 countries. If you are interested in becoming a visiting scholar, please contact the college and the colleague of interest.
ASU is helping universities worldwide to rethink how higher education functions to educate the greatest number of students to the highest global standards at sustainable cost.
Though based in Washington, D.C., the McCain Institute is part of Arizona State University. Focused on having an impact on the nation’s and world’s most critical issues and discussions, the institute offers policy research, events, internships and other activities committed to supporting American global leadership, humanitarian action, national security, and upholding democratic and human rights.
In October 2018, the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University launched its first major initiative since the passing of Senator John McCain: #MavericksNeeded, a nonpartisan campaign calling on Mavericks to stand up, speak out, get in the arena and vote on November 6th.
The institute's most recent initiative is the "We hold these Truth's" campaign that's dedicated to reintroducing the concept of human rights to younger generations and motivating them to advocate at home and abroad.