Center for International Mobility (CIM) is the first point of contact for all prospective and current International Students and Scholars. CIM was established with the aim to assist international students and scholars with the process of applying to IU Programs, advising on immigration regulations, consulting on academic and daily challenges. We also assist IU community to get more involved in international educational exchange through our inbound and outbound mobility programs. Our Office cooperate with other Schools, Departments and other Divisions at IU to create and maintain an inclusive, global campus.
We provide information relating to:
– Application Process
– Immigration & Visa
Consulting & Assisting
We assist international students and scholars with:
– Orientation Week
– Academic Support and Consulting
– IU Policies and Procedures
– Daily Challenges (personal and social matters)
– Cultural Adjustment
We organize Extracurricular Activities for international students, and maintain Alumni Network for International Exchange Students
Student Exchange Program
Definition: These exchange programs operate within the framework of cooperative agreements between IU and the partner universities worldwide. Students enrolling in these programs only pay tuition fees to their home university
- International students from one of the partner universities with IU.
- IU full-time students including both Vietnamese and foreign students.
Method of operation: Home institution’s students will be nominated to participate in the exchange program at one of the selected host institutions. After finishing the exchange period, students will not be awarded
Tuitions fees: Students will have to pay the tuition fees to the home institution.
Study Abroad Exchange Program
Definition: The Study Abroad Program is a full tuition program. This program is intended for IU students who wish to study at non-partner institutions or those students who have not been selected for the exchange program. Vice versa, international students whose home university is not our partner may study one or two semesters at our campus through the Study Abroad Program.
- International Students belong to universities that do not have prior exchange agreements with IU
Method of Operation: Students are allowed by their home institution to study at the selected host university. After finishing the exchange period, students will not be awarded
Tuition fees: Students will have to pay the tuition fees to the host university.
Cultural Exchange Program
Definition: This is a pure cultural exchange
Method of Operations: CIM will be in charge of welcoming and communicating in such programs; however, we will not offer services to Cultural Exchange Programs’ students.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY?
“When I first put my step into Germany, I was half worried and half excited. That was the first time I had lived far from my family. However, it was a great chance for me to test my survival skills. It turned out to be a great chance for my personal improvement. It was the first time I had been able to cook a full meal for myself, shop for clothes and other stuff.
Furthermore, it was wonderful to live in an international environment, got to know more tradition and culture in other countries. There was one time that I had a chance to take part in an international dinner. I tried many different dishes from Pakistan, China, Mexico, etc. This opportunity offered me a wonderful trip,
The trip to celebrate my youth. Thank Europe, thank Tl Stiftung, thank family and thank
Mai Quốc Hưng
ESB School of Business, Reutlingen University, Germany | Semester II | 2017-2018
“I usually encouraged myself by saying ‘Keep your heart warm in the Nordic cold’. Being far away from home is the bravest choice I’ve ever made. Stepping out of my familiar zone makes me become more aware of other cultures around the world and aware of myself. When you are on exchange, you realize
Every Wednesday night is the most expected time in a week. We have
Võ Kiều Linh
Jonkoping University, Thụy Điển | Semester II | 2017-2018