Global Partnerships

Benue State University

Benue State University

UGA has developed a partnership with Benue State University in Nigeria. This partnership will allow for collaborative educational opportunities between UGA’s African Studies Institute and Benue State University. UGA has many international partnerships.

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Renewed Student Exchanges

Renewed Student Exchanges

UGA has renewed student exchanges with National Taiwan University in Taiwan (pictured), Waseda University in Japan, and Universidad de Montevideo in Uruguay. See UGA's international partners.

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Sogang University

Sogang University

UGA has developed a student exchange program with Sogang University in South Korea. This exchange will allow for further collaboration and research opportunities at both institutions. See UGA's international partners for more information.

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INIA in Uruguay

INIA in Uruguay

UGA has renewed its partnership with INIA in Uruguay. UGA will continue to host research opportunities and conferences for INIA, while INIA will continue to host research based study abroad programs. See UGA's international partners for more information.

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Istituto di Scienze delle Produzioni Alimentari

Istituto di Scienze delle Produzioni Alimentari

UGA has developed a partnership with Istituto di Scienze delle Produzioni Alimentari in Italy. This partnership will provide cooperative research opportunities in the field of agricultural research. UGA has many international partnerships.

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About Partnering

The University of Georgia engages internationally with institutions and entities to further its teaching, research, and outreach missions.  The International Partnerships unit of the Office of International Education serves as both a conduit and resource for UGA's international engagement.  We assist UGA colleges, departments, and faculty with international collaboration development, contract negotiation and management, delegation hosting protocol, as well as with strategic planning for partnership development and implementation. 

Strategic international partnerships help build and expand the institution's capacity for teaching, research, and service.  Moreover, rich bi- and multi-lateral partnerships create strong networks that encourage innovation and discovery.  Successful and productive international partnerships help the University thrive and remain competitive in a global economy.