Arizona State University faculty and students are engaged in international academic, development and research activities in more than 80 countries and on all seven continents. We build knowledge exchange, business development and institutional partnerships in Ireland, Mexico, China and Israel, teacher education in Sudan, Philippines, Turkey and India, and research collaborations across the globe in energy innovation, sustainability, medicine, engineering, science and human rights.

The greatest challenges facing the world today – such as climate change or border-crossing epidemics – are complex in nature, requiring expertise from the sciences, engineering, policy, law, social sciences and humanities. In the past decade, ASU has reorganized academic departments around challenges rather than traditional disciplines and established more than 30 cross-disciplinary research units. This enables the university to rapidly deploy solutions-focused teams for projects in developing countries.


ASU Internationnal Development's team works to identify and pursue pipeline projects that provide solutions to the most complex challenges facing the developing world, as part of the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development.
Barrett, The Honors College is a residential program for more than 5,400 academically exceptional undergraduates.
The Biodesign Institute supports 15 research centers and 200 active research projects with fields of research focused on biomedicine and health outcomes, sustainability and security.
The Center for Asian Research offers unique resources to enhance knowledge about Asia, its cultural traditions and languages.
The Center for Global Health was founded in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change to advance the ability to understand and address global health challenges as a critical, complex part of the broader human condition.
The College of Global Futures is a transdisciplinary unit at the center of ASU's commitment to linking innovation to public value.
The College of Health Solutions works across the university to offer students high quality education with real-world experiences and connections.
The College of Integrated Sciences and Arts offers 21st century degree programs and address questions with global impact.
The Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University produces lifetime learners in nursing and health who are prepared to think critically and succeed in any situation.
Global Center for Applied Health Research designs, implements and tests evidence-based and culturally-appropriate interventions to improve the health and wellbeing of children, youth and families around the world.
The Global Locust Initiative and its partners work to fundamentally change the way the world addresses locust plagues.
The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is located within a dynamic 21st-century research university with design and arts faculty and students engaged in educational, creative and research initiatives with far-reaching global impact.
The International Student and Scholars Center offers key information, forms and support for international students and faculty members' studies and research at ASU.
ASU Engineering operates in a transdisciplinary, entrepreneurial environment that produces a creative, innovative, highly educated workforce, globally.
With more than 450 sustainability scholars and scientists, sustainability is a fundamental principle that underlies learning, research, partnerships and business operations at ASU.
The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is home to faculty, students and programs designed to empower educators locally and globally.
The Melikian Center is a comprehensive research and training center at ASU with research and instructional missions in critical languages, international development, advising and study abroad.
The New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences combines a small-college experience with the major research university resources of ASU.
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law is ranked one of the nation’s best, ranking in the top 13 percent among public law colleges.
School of Human Evolution and Social Change is the No. 1 research-producing anthropology program in the nation.
The Smithsonian Tropical Research institute (STRI) offers facilities that empower staff scientists, fellows and visiting scientists in a range of tropical studies.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has 23 academic units, 40 centers and engages more than 16,000 students in research and study in the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities.
Thunderbird School of Global Management has more than 70 years of experience preparing leaders in international management and development.
In the top 30 in the world, W. P. Carey School of Business educates the foremost government and global business leaders through its executive MBA and other programs.
Cronkite’s global outreach efforts are an important part of the school’s educational mission, the goal is to " see the world, know the world and report the world.”
The Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is made up of four schools and 24 centers pursuing public safety, social welfare, public administration and community development at home and abroad.