As Chancellor Gene Block reaffirmed in November 2019, “UCLA is proud to welcome exceptional students, faculty and researchers from countries around the world, and we are dedicated to creating a campus community where everyone feels respected and a sense of belonging. UCLA’s ranking as one of the world’s leading research universities is the result of our innovation, dedication, and talent from across our diverse campus community.” In coordination with UCLA Academic Personnel and the Dashew Center, Research Policy & Compliance helps ensure academic units can successfully work with non-U.S. persons within applicable laws, regulations, and UC policy.
- Departments working with visiting scholars should refer to APM-430: Visiting Scholars and Other Visitors. You may be asked to complete and submit an Export Control Compliance Attestation on behalf of the visitor to email@example.com.
- Export controls may affect departments that sponsor employment-based visas through the UCLA Dashew Center. For more information, refer to the Employment Based Overview.
- UCOP Compliance Alert (Sept. 2020): FEDERAL LAWS MAY REGULATE WHETHER YOU CAN PROVIDE ONLINE CLASSES TO STUDENTS LOCATED OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.
- UCOP Compliance Alert (Sept. 2020): FEDERAL LAWS MAY REGULATE RESEARCH/TELEWORK FROM CERTAIN COUNTRIES.