Office of International Education

Faculty & Staff

Educational or Faculty Led Study Abroad Program

Purdue University Fort Wayne faculty and/or staff members planning inbound or outbound international travel for credit and non-credit bearing programs must follow the protocol established by the Purdue Fort Wayne Educational Travel Committee. This document outlines the procedures that must be followed for safety, liability, and record keeping purposes. All educational travel programs are managed jointly by the Division of Continuing Studies and Office of International Education. For information on how to create and maintain an Educational Travel  program view the Purdue Fort Wayne Educational Travel Program Administration Flow Chart. The Education Travel Overseas In-Service Training will be coming soon.

Learn about the benefits of travel, Purdue Fort Wayne time lines, process overview and budget considerations. email 

Guidelines for the Approval and Management of Purdue Fort Wayne International Programs 

Purdue Fort Wayne Educational Travel Program Proposal Cover Sheet

Purdue Fort Wayne Educational Travel Program Proposal Outline

Letter of Support from Chair and Dean

Members of the Purdue Fort Wayne Educational Travel Committee: Brian R Mylrea <>;James Cashdollar<>  Lachlan  Whalen <>; Dana Goodman <>; Linda Lolkus <>; Suin Roberts <>; Nichaya Suntornpithug <>


Opportunities, Logistical Support

Many times faculty have their own contacts in the host-country, which makes securing accommodations, classroom space, and local transportation very easy. For faculty who desire logistical support when developing their program, there are agencies that can help.  Below, please find information on affiliated study abroad program providers who offer customized program services for faculty, as well as recommended student travel agencies that work with study abroad programs.

Students on a Faculty Led program