Where is Redlands? Everywhere. Our students and faculty members come from all over the world and fan out across the globe to learn, serve, research, and work.
Every day our diverse pool of international and U.S.-based students take advantage of internationalized study programs, vibrant study-abroad programs for both undergraduate and graduate study, international clubs, and programming to craft their own global educations and career paths. Read about our internationalization work in recent or past issues of our newsletter UR Global and follow the university via the Bulldog Blog here.
In March 2019, we held an internationalization summit to evaluate our work advancing global learning and internationalization at the University. Materials for the summit can be accessed through this link.
Study abroad is an integral aspect of a Redlands education. From semester- and year-long programs to short-term courses led by our faculty, students have opportunities to extend their learning across the globe. Whether participating in the university’s signature Salzburg, Austria or Oaxaca, Mexico semesters or enrolling in an academic partner program on one of six continents, study abroad transforms students into knowledgeable global citizens.
The University of Redlands is a magnet for international students who are drawn to our programs in business, education, communication sciences and disorders, geographic information systems, music, and other fields across the liberal arts.
The Redlands Schools of Business & Society and Education offer students an extensive selection of study-abroad courses that are arranged to accommodate their busy schedules. Our students study global business, education, and mental health service delivery in other countries first-hand, often in some of the most remarkable regions of the world.
Walking through a classroom door can take you to another part of the world. At the University of Redlands, our classes are infused with global content, questions, and perspectives. Whether you have an intrinsically transnational major, such as international relations or global business, or a liberal arts field like English or religious studies, we make our learning community a global one.
Thinking globally will become second nature at Redlands. You will be invited to meet world leaders, learn about issues beyond our borders, plan projects, and interact with students from dozens of countries. These informal learning opportunities will allow you to be a global citizen in your daily interactions, creating the type of leader we need for the future.
The numbers don't tell the whole story, but they do paint a vivid picture of our international support and learning opportunities.
All over the world, through partner schools and study abroad opportunities, Redlands lets you discover the world as it really is—firsthand.