AU has committed to the internationalization of our university and we host international students from all over the world. Our collaborations within our international network are not only to exchange students but also to exchange faculty members, to implement joint projects and research, and so on. For these purposes, AU is always looking to develop new international ties and strengthen partnerships with universities and organizations abroad. We currently aim to have 200 international partner institutions in 50 different countries and regions, and our campus will surely become more diversified and multicultural in the years to come.
We also provide opportunities for international students from certain partner institutions to study part of their qualification in their home country and then complete it at AU through articulation agreements and dual degree programmes.
What we do
The International Relations Office contributes to the University’s globalisation activities by providing high-level support and advice to Deakin faculties and divisions including:
Alzette University has international partnerships with a few partners in more than 65 countries across the world. Our international partnerships map gives a snapshot of the types of partnerships we have in place and where our partners are located.
The International Relations Office supports the development of strategic international partnerships and networks for academic collaboration, principally focused on mutually beneficial student learning and experience outcomes. International academic partnerships may include partnerships that support:
If you are interested in collaborating with Alzette University, please contact the International Relations Office.