• Traveling Internationally? Complete Essential Travel Request Form

    Faculty, staff, and students who plan to travel internationally must now complete the Essential Travel Request Form in addition to the existing UMB online travel request process.

  • Negative COVID Test Required for All Arriving Air Passengers

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an order requiring all air passengers arriving from a foreign country to get tested for COVID-19 no more than three days before their flight departs and to present the negative result before boarding the flight, effective Jan. 26.




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  • International SOS

    Register with International SOS before leaving on your trip. This is your 24/7 resource for medical assistance, international health care, and security services while traveling overseas. Download the International SOS app to quickly access services. 

The University of Maryland Baltimore Center for Global Engagement (CGE) is the campus hub for interprofessional global health and education. CGE supports the University's mission to improve the human condition globally through teaching, research, and service.

CGE accomplishes its mission by supporting the individual schools on campus with their global activities, as well as several supporting innovative programs open to students and faculty from all schools — including our Interprofessional Global Grant Program, the GLOBALtimore Fellows program, and the President's Global Impact Fund. These hallmark programs support creative faculty scholarship, curricular innovation, and collaborative partnerships with international colleagues and communities. CGE also hosts the UMB Global Newsletter, as well as lecture series, workshops, and conferences on global education and ethics.

CGE's Office of International Services provides support services to international students and scholars who come to UMB from around the world and programs that raise global and intercultural awareness among all UMB students and scholars.


in the news

October 26, 2020  |  The Center for Global Engagement hosts an engaging discussion about the Black experience at UMB as part of the “Human Rights at Home” series.

in the news

July 10, 2020  |  Two Ciheb leaders discuss how they are carrying out the fight against infectious disease in Africa, and what lessons they have learned from past disease outbreaks that may help guide efforts at home.

in the news

June 1, 2020  |  Inaugural grantees must adjust or delay their global health projects because of COVID-19.

January 27, 2020  |  UM School of Medicine experts discuss coronavirus, the risks and prevention measures.

November 20, 2019  |  Project Haifa students learn invaluable lessons in Israel and Baltimore

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CFHI provides specially-designed programs for UMB students