Center for International Studies and Programs

Faculty and Staff Information to Explore Your World!

The Center for International Studies and Programs is designed to promote student success through unique learning opportunities. These programs and resources will assist faculty and staff in creating international experiences for UT students.

Faculty and Staff Resources

Professional Staff may also apply.

Participate in a study abroad summer session as a student.
FIDA Application Deadlines:
Friday, December 15, 2018
To learn more, contact the Education Abroad Office at




The University of Toledo’s Center for International Studies and Programs invite applications for Kohler awards for international travel. The intent of these awards is to facilitate international research, teaching at overseas institutions, international program development, and other activities to advance UT’s global activities as acknowledged in the 2017-2022 Strategic Plan. The awards are funded by the Foy D. and Phyllis Penn Kohler Fund for International Studies.   Learn more.

Fulbright Opportunities
For years, American academics, administrators and professionals have taught and conducted research abroad through the Fulbright Scholar Program.


Passports and Photos
Pick up a passport application or get your photo taken right here on Main Campus.

H-1B specialty workers are employed in many positions at The University of Toledo, including professors (tenure track and adjuncts), post doctoral research assistants, and many other faculty and staff positions.

J-1 Exchange Visitor Program
This program promotes mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and the people of other countries by educational and cultural exchanges. The Exchange Visitor Program brings qualified students, professors, research scholars, and short term scholars to the U.S. for educational purposes.

Global Assistance
Providing you the resources for planning and preparing for a trip abroad.

International Institutional Affiliations Information to assist UT faculty and staff in writing and creating International Institutional Affiliations (IIA) such as letters of intent and MOA (memorandum of Agreements)


International Travel Registry

The University values and encourages global travel through our numerous education abroad opportunities.  The University also monitors situations and implements recommendations to help protect members of the University community, recognizing that adverse risks exist through natural disasters, conflict, extremism, and worldwide epidemics.  In balancing these factors, the University relies on information from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) travel notices, and the United States Department of State (DOS) Travel Warnings. With this information, the University has developed a Travel Registry and a recommendation governing educational and other international activities.                




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