Planning an International Project

International engagements provide opportunities for MIT’s faculty and students to work on the world’s great challenges. They also strengthen MIT’s ability to attract the best global talent and prepare students to apply their education effectively throughout the world.

Because MIT has long been engaged in international activities, faculty and principal investigators (PIs) can draw on the experience of their colleagues. The members of the International Advisory Committee (IAC) apply lessons learned from prior international projects to advise faculty and PIs on new activities.

The International Coordinating Committee (ICC) works with faculty early in the planning stages to help them scope out successful international engagements. What questions should faculty and PIs be considering? What are the necessary steps to put an agreement in place?

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