Current University International Travel Policies for COVID-19
Last updated: March 17, 2021
Undergraduate student travel for University of Iowa purposes will not be approved through Aug. 1, 2021. Graduate and professional students may submit a high-risk travel proposal to International Programs for consideration. President Harreld may authorize individual faculty and staff international travel for departures if that travel is specifically tied to university responsibilities. For more details, see the travel page of the UI’s Coronavirus website.
At the University of Iowa College of Public Health, we are working to make global education a reality for all by creating a comprehensive collegiate culture of global health. We provide resources allowing students to engage more tangibly with global public health in the classroom and across campus. Through international research collaboratives and partnerships, students and faculty alike work together to address pressing global issues and crises, ultimately moving the College of Public Health toward becoming a global leader in public health education, practice, and research.
Apply for Travel Funding
Thanks to a generous donation from Dale and Linda Baker and support from the College of Public Health community, we are able to offer sizeable grants to support international travel for a variety of academic needs. Whether it’s for faculty research, global internships for graduate students, or undergraduate study abroad, we will do everything in our power to international learning experiences a reality for our students and faculty.
Learn from global scholars, explore international programs, and discover scope of global options available to our faculty and staff.
Our world-class faculty and students have worked around the world in a wide variety of unique research and teaching positions. Join them
In the Classroom
Explore global health concepts and issues at home. Enroll in one of our global courses during your degree to complete your public health educations.