Internationalization at NMSU

IBP ADVISORY COUNCIL

The Office of International and Border Programs Advisory Council serves as a resource for the internationalization of NMSU.  Below is a link to the advisory council’s webpage.

IBP Advisory Council Page


STRATEGIC PLANNING

International engagement has been happening at NMSU for over 40 years, if not longer.  However, since 2004 NMSU has been systematically stating its goals and strategy in an attempt to achieve a more “comprehensive internationalization”.  Below you’ll find the latest strategic plan, and information about the advisory council that works to advance the university’s global learning priorities.

IBP Strategic Plan 2014-2020

 

DATA & TRENDS

STUDENT MOBILITY REPORTS

Student Mobility – Comprehensive Report (v.Aug 2017)
Study Abroad (for credit) by country 2015-17 (v.Aug 2017)
Study Abroad (for credit) Totals 2011-17 (v.Aug 2017)

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT (INCOMING) REPORTS

Inbound – Top Countries of Origin 2010-16 (April 2017 Report) 
Inbound – Enrollment by degree 2010-16 (April 2017 Report)

Center for English Language Programs Enrollment 2012-16 (April, 2016)

EXTERNAL REPORTS

New-Mexico-Open-Doors-2016 (pdf)

IIE Open Doors Reports (National and state international reports of all kinds)

 


PARTNERS AND ENGAGEMENT

NMSU has a variety of types of global partnerships.  Sometimes there is a direct agreement with an institution or government entity; sometimes we are members of an organization, part of a consortium, or have a faculty member teaching a course that creates an avenue for NMSU students to study abroad; sometimes we do service or research partnerships.  The maps below show NMSU’s partners that can be found around the world by category.

Map of NMSU’s Direct Partnerships
Map of NMSU’s Exchange Partnerships
Map of NMSU’s Intensive Language Partners
Map of Other Global Activities
Map of Faculty Led (“FLiP”) Programs

Guidelines and Forms for Establishing an International Agreement

 

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