International Data and Summaries

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Discover UC Davis Global Connections and International Summaries

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Global Connections Database

Our new UC Davis Global Connections Database brings together institutional partnerships and faculty global connections, and will soon incorporate visiting delegation information and other global connections.

The database is an important tool in showcasing the breadth of global linkages and partnerships and the expertise of the UC Davis community, while also enabling searches for future collaborations.

 

International Linkages and Agreements of Cooperation
 

Please note: the new Global Connections Database is meant to capture both faculty global connections and partnership information, so the former databases for International Linkages and for Agreements of Cooperation are no longer operational. Information from the former International Linkages Database did not automatically transfer to the Global Connections Database; you can add your connections and linkages to the new database using this online form. Please contact Karen Beardsley, director of global professional programs in Global Affairs, at kbeardsley@ucdavis.edu with any questions.

UC Davis International Partnerships

In fostering mutually-beneficial partnerships, UC Davis is actively engaged in partnering with peer universities, research institutions, and government agencies across the globe in order to facilitate a wide variety of intellectual interactions and exchanges. We currently have over 150 active general and specific working agreements (memoranda of understanding) with international partner institutions spanning 45 countries. 

For information on partnerships, including on how to establish an international partnership with UC Davis, visit our Partnerships webpage and our Guidelines for Agreements of Cooperation webpage.
 

More UC Davis Global Fast Facts

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Global Learning Search Tool

As UC Davis works towards the goal of Global Education for All, our Global Learning Hub supports each and every UC Davis student in finding global learning opportunities available on campus, in the region, and across all seven continents.

The hub’s search tool brings together a network of opportunities for UC Davis students, including local and global academic, experiential, and leadership programs that help develop capacity for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students to engage with global issues and make a difference in the world as the next generation of global problem solvers.

UC Davis International Summaries

Global Affairs also provides country and regional summaries to illustrate UC Davis partnerships and connections with specific places around the world. Please note: these are not updated in real-time; the revision date is listed on the summary.

Collaborations may include Agreements of Cooperation, UC Davis faculty with international linkages, UC Davis Study Abroad programs, international students and scholars, and alumni networks. 

Please email Global Affairs at globalaffairs@ucdavis.edu to request a country, regional or institution summary not listed above.

Global Centers

UC Davis Global Affairs is committed to strengthening and enhancing the university’s international research, education and engagement efforts globally. Our Global Centers initiative was developed with input from faculty and administrators across campus to:

  • address the challenges facing humankind through collaborative international research and developmental efforts that leverage UC Davis strengths, including in areas related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • support region-specific strategies that leverage existing and emerging international partnerships and collaborations;
  • engage the UC Davis community, including students, faculty, staff, alumni and supporters beyond the boundaries of the university; and
  • expand the international collaborations and partnerships of UC Davis in alignment with the university’s mission and strategic goals, while increasing the visibility and reputation of the university.

Find out more about UC Davis Global Centers.

More Information

For more information related to the Global Connections Database (or previous Agreements of Cooperation and International Linkages Databases) please contact Karen Beardsley, director of global professional programs in Global Affairs, at kbeardsley@ucdavis.edu.

For more information related to international partnerships, please visit the Global Affairs partnerships and engagement pages to find out more. Contact globalaffairs@ucdavis.edu with any questions.