Partnerships

Arizona State University 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.

We work to elevate opportunities in individual education, innovate in next generation energy, boost language proficiency and advance social and economic development through research and entrepreneurship in sustainability, social justice, business enterprise and health innovation.

Among our programs are groundbreaking public-private partnerships, such as the Starbucks College Achievement Program, the redesign of engineering education in Vietnam and teacher education in India, and collaborations with China’s Sichuan University to build cross-cultural understanding.

Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation for Education's Open Learning Scholars is a program for students to acquire master’s degrees from ASU Online.
ASU has prioritized its relationship with neighboring Mexico and other Latin American countries to expand education, exchange, research and technology transfer.
ASU and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have developed study abroad experiences that build on the many commonalities and challenges shared by both communities.
A partnership between Leuphana University, Germany, and ASU to build research and teaching in sustainability to transform society and engage globally.
ASU and China have partnered to promote language, innovation, sustainability and creativity in education at a global scale.
ASU’s Transatlantic Higher Education Partnership with Dublin City University-Ireland advances educational and research programs in the U.S. and Ireland.
ASU partners with more than 165 academic institutions in 40 countries.
The International Student and Scholars Center offers key information, forms and support for international students and faculty members' studies and research at ASU.
The Plus Alliance delivers innovative education and solutions to global challenges in health, justice and sustainability