Initiating a Collaboration with an International Partner?
Propose a new agreement to support research and teaching activities with an international partner.
Hosting an International Visitor? Please contact Lindy Cranwell for questions.
- Submit an Export Control Questionnaire (required for all visitors).
- Review the International Support Services–International Visitor Guidelines before issuing any invitation. See the CEE departmental policies for inviting an international visitor (information is part of the Faculty/Staff information section)
- Complete a Proposal to Host an International Delegation for visits involving the president/provost of another university or a visit involving more than one department or college at VT.
International Travel Forms, Requirements and Procedures
CEE Faculty members may contact Lindy Cranwell, email@example.com, for help and planning of international travel and programs.
In CEE, faculty and staff should work with their respective program administration staff to process a travel approval well in advance of travel and according to deadlines by the university (see procedure on registering international travel). If you are traveling on short-notice, please email Allie Oberoi firstname.lastname@example.org in addition to processing the TA. Your program area administrator can help with the travel approval system. Required travel insurance and basic information about travel liability may be found here: https://risk.controller.vt.edu/vi/international.html
Faculty-Led Group For Credit—Faculty/staff member leading a group of two or more students overseas on a trip for credit. Examples: study abroad, for-credit research, course required field-trip. CEE faculty members may contact Lindy Cranwell for assistance with creating faculty-led programs.
Faculty-Led Group Not For Credit—Faculty/staff member leading a group of two or more students overseas on a trip not for credit. Examples: Service-learning, competitions, conferences, research (not for credit).
Please see Travel Preparation & Safety Abroad for Undergraduate & Graduate students and faculty. This information helps students who are travelling on their own or without an official group (conferences, research, etc).