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International Programs

Whether you are interested in attending WSU, studying abroad as a WSU student, or developing an international partnership, IP can help you achieve your goals.


Dr. Asif Chaudhry
Vice President
, International Programs
Washington State University

Vice Chancellor
Washington State University Pullman

In International Programs, we work collaboratively to enrich the global culture on WSU campuses and build worldwide awareness of the university’s strengths.

“Our first focus is on bringing international students to WSU and supporting their success. We also lead and enable global engagement and outreach activities of WSU’s domestic students, its faculty, and staff to support the university’s priorities in education, service, and research.”

-Asif Chaudhry

Why WSU?


Student success

From the moment you become a Coug, you’re part of our family and we’re here to support you. Visas, language and cultural support, social events, tutoring, advice and guidance…you can rely on us!

Quick facts

200+ undergrad majors, minors, certificates and specializations | 140+ graduate programs and certificates | student/faculty ratio 15:1 | 148 countries and states represented by student body | 27,500+ students enrolled (fall 2022) | 200,000+ alumni worldwide

Your future is here!

Bachelor’s degree
Master’s degree
Undergraduate Foundation program
International Master’s program
Academic English program
Professional degrees and certificates

International Programs in the news

  • Cougs Abroad, March 2024 Global Learning is dedicated to keeping you “in the know” about all things study abroad!
  • WSU sophomore awarded an international internship in Dublin, Ireland Braydon Morgan, an advertising major from Bainbridge Island, was recently named a 2024 Douglass-O’Connell Global Intern. The distinction earns Morgan an all-expenses-paid, eight-week internship in Dublin, Ireland this summer.
  • Fulbright Academy News March 5 information session. From the Fulbright Scholar program. Fulbright opportunities for US institutions.
  • Refugees and students benefit from WSU-IRC partnership At WSU we have a strong history of involving students in hands-on experiences that allow them to grow and apply their knowledge in transferable ways. Our graduates will work in a globally connected world. This partnership provides students with mentored experiences that stretch their ability to see the world from different perspectives and to apply their knowledge toward concrete, meaningful goals.
  • Doctoral candidate helps train educators to use extended reality tools An LGBTQ+ ally training in southern India led by two Washington State University staff left participants feeling empowered and energized to expand LGBTQ+ rights in their communities.

Immigration advisories

  • April 5, 2024 Immigration Advisory 1. Become a Peer Mentor 2. Summer housing– Pullman only 3. Academic dismissal and academic recess 4. Not returning fall 2024? Let us know 5. Tax time! Sprintax software available soon and workshops
  • March 29, 2024 Immigration Advisory 1. Is summer your final term at WSU? Important status information 2. Report harassment/discrimination in the community 3. Your country’s flag pin for graduation 4. Reduced course load requirements 5. Tax time! Sprintax software and workshops available
  • March 22, 2024 Immigration Advisory 1. Need to complete an off-campus internship? Apply for CPT! 2. International Students’ Council 3. Your country’s flag pin for graduation 4. VITA tax workshop March 25 5. Tax time! Sprintax software and workshops available

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