International Visitors Bureau

  • Palau - President of Palau Visit

  • Morocco - Startups & The U.S. Entrepreneurship Ecosystem project

  • Albania, Barbados, Burma, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Philippines, South Africa, South Sudan, Suriname, Taiwan, Trinidad & Tobago, Zimbabwe—Promoting Social Change Through the Arts II project

  • Armenia- American University of Armenia President, Karin Markides, visit

  • Indonesia - "Promoting Tolerant Messaging" project

  • Algeria, Cameroon, Gabon, The Gambia Kenya, Mali, Morocco, Niger, South Sudan, Togo - "Empowering Youth to Strengthen Communities and Prevent Violence" Project

  • Australia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, PR China, Republic of Korea, Mongolia, Pakistan, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam - Promoting Media Literacy Through Education

  • Chad, Egpyt, Italy, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, West Bank, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Yemen - Young Leaders RISE (Renew, Inspire, Serve, and Empower) Project

  • Indonesia - Health Education for Medical Professionals project

  • Columbia - Joint Law Enforcement Approaches For Combating Organized Transnational Crime project

  • Chile - ProChile USA & Televisión Nacional de Chile Meeting with UCLA

  • Thailand - Civil Rights Advocacy project

  • Multinational - #HIDDENNOMORE: Empowering Women Leaders in STEM project

  • Finland - Aalto University & Taiwan - National Taiwan University of Arts visits

  • Jordan, Pakistan, Portugal, Turkey, Venezuela - Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Management project

  • Bolivia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Venezuela - Grassroots Democracy & Civil Society project

  • El Salvador - Supporting At Risk Youth project

  • Italy - Ambassador to the United States, Armando Varricchio, visit

  • Mexico - Transgender Rights project

  • Philippines - 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections project

  • China - China University of Geosciences faculty visit

  • Chile - Ambassador to the United States, Juan Gabriel Valdes, visit

  • Australia - Law Enforcement and Minority Communities project

  • Nigeria - Women Capacity Building and Entrepreneurship project

  • Brazil - Social Inclusion in the United States project

  • South Korea - Faculty from Seoul National University visit

  • China - Chinese Academy of Sciences and University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences faculty visit

  • Argentina - Representatives from the Argentinian Government, the American Government, the Argentinian Private Sector, and the Business Council for International Understanding visit

  • Belarus - Building the Capacity of Creative Non-Profits to Support Socially Marginalized Groups project

  • Madagascar - Cultural Performance by Government Officials & Private Sector Representatives

  • Zimbabwe - Media Entrepreneurship project

  • Russia - Research Management of U.S. Universities Advancing Innovation From Research to Commercialization project

  • Botswana, Brazil, Cambodia, Croatia, Estonia, Ethiopia, Fiji, Ghana, India, Iraq, Jordan, Latvia, Lesotho, Macedonia, Nigeria, Slovakia, Tanzania, Venezuela - Accountability in Government project

  • Canada - Opportunities For Young Entrepreneurs project

  • Morocco - Art & Social Commentary in the U.S. project

  • Lebanon - Higher Education: Monitoring & Evaluation, and Research project

  • Central America - International Collaboration project

  • Indonesia - Democracy and Pluralism project

  • Egypt - Cultural Heritage Preservation and Museum Management project

  • China - Chinese Consuls for Education from the U.S. and Canadian Chinese Embassy and Consulates visit

  • Germany - Role of New Media project

  • Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Georgia, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Kuwait, Nigeria, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, South Africa, Tuvalu, Uganda - Global Women's Health Issues project

  • Brazil - English Curriculum Innovation Leading Change in Education project

  • The Netherlands - Vrije Universiteit President, Jaap Winter, visit

  • Uganda - Minority Rights Issues project

  • Hong Kong SAR - Chinese University of Hong Kong Vice Chancellor and President, Joseph Sung, visit

  • South Korea - Korea Foundation President, Yu Hun-seok, visit

  • United Kingdom - Chairperson of International Imam Hussain Council, Ruhab Mehdi Rizvi, visit

  • Russia - Minister of Science and Education, Dmitry Livanov, visit

  • Japan - Waseda University delegation visit

  • Burma - 2015 International Women of Courage Awardee, May Sabe Phyu, visit

  • China - Peking University President, Enge Wang, visit

  • Germany - Journalism in the Digital Age project

  • China - Boao Forum for Asia Secretary-General, Zhou Wenzhong, visit

Royce HallThe International Visitors Bureau (IVB) serves as a liaison between UCLA faculty/administrators and international academic and professional leaders by developing appropriate contacts. Through these contacts, IVB provides opportunities to build intellectual exchanges and strategic international alliances.

Established in 1966, the UCLA International Visitors Bureau (IVB) is recognized nationally as one of the oldest and most respected university-sponsored programs of its kind in the country. It schedules meetings, seminars, luncheons, and campus tours for more than 800 visitors to the UCLA campus each year. The IVB provides comprehensive programming for outstanding leaders in government, politics, education, science, labor relations, and other fields by incorporating the intellectual, cultural, ethnic, and linguistic diversity of the UCLA campus.

The staff and volunteers of the IVB coordinate appointments with appropriate members of the administration and faculty for visitors sponsored by the International Visitors Program of the United States Department of State, the International Visitors Council of Los Angeles, other universities, corporations, foundations, government agencies, and members of the Consular Corps.

UCLA increases its international visibility through the hospitality that it extends to international visitors and benefits from the professional exchanges with many of the world's economic, political, and social leaders. Since its establishment, the IVB has hosted a wealth of world renowned dignitaries, including British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, President Frederik de Klerk of South Africa, Prime Minister Joseph K. Kolfligoh of Togo, and President Rafael Callejoas of Honduras.

This form of worldwide outreach, heightened by the development of the Internet, brings UCLA's affiliation to a global scale.

International Visitors for September 2021

Number of Visitors
Korea (South)

Total Countries: 2
Total Visitors: 7

Topics of Discussion

  • Collaboration
  • Cultural Exchange
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International Visitors Bureau
11347 Bunche Hall
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487

Gohar Grigorian
Program Officer
(310) 206-0866
(310) 825-4467
Fax: (310) 825-4591

To ensure a successful visit to UCLA a two-week advance notice is requested.

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