Ukrainian Catholic University is currently a member of the following international networks and associations:
- The UN Global Compact. Member since 2009. UCU was the first Ukrainian university, who joined the GC and agreed to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals.
- International Federation of Catholic Universities – FIUC-IFCU. Member since 2003. At present, the Federation is made up of more than 219 Catholic universities and higher education institutions that aim to promote, contribute, and develop Catholic higher education, according to criteria of quality, continuity, and autonomy.
- European Federation of Catholic Universities – FUCE. Member since 2008. In 2010 FUCE General Assembly took place in UCU. Three UCU students participate annually in the FUCE program of student exchanges that allow them to study one semester in the member-universities of the Federation.
- Conference of Catholic Theological Institutions – COCTI – CICT. Member since 2008. COCTI is a professional association of deans/directors of institutions that serve university theology and are mainly part of Catholic universities. The main activity of COCTI is to create and maintain a world network, disseminate information of common use, encourage the mounting of concerted projects, and collect funds for these activities, especially those that are oriented towards research.
- World Conference of Catholic University Institution of Philosophy – COMIUCAP. Member since 2008.
- International Commission on History and Research in Christianity – CIHeS. Member since 2008.
- European Society of Catholic Theology – ESCT. ESCT is an association of European Catholic theologians whose goal is to promote the academic discipline of Catholic theology primarily at the intersection where Church and society meet.
- The network of Catholic Universities from Central-Eastern Europe – Catholic University Partnership (CUP). Member since 2005. To the network belongs the Nanovic Institute for European Studies of the University of Notre Dame (USA), Peter Pazmany Catholic University (Hungary), Catholic University of Lublin (Poland), Catholic University of Ruzomberok (Slovakia), Catholic University of Croatia (Zagreb), Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani University (Tbilisi, Georgia) and Ukrainian Catholic University (Ukraine). Since 2005 the Network holdsthe annual symposium of universities to develop their collaboration activities.
- The consortium of Ukrainian Universities and Warsaw University. Member since 2006. Consortium promotes research and academic activities between members and common development of Eastern European Studies.
- International Consortium of Ukrainian, Polish, Romanian, Lithuanian and Kazakh universities. Member since 2014. The main priority of the Consortium is a development of mutual scientific and education projects within European funding programs.
UCU Programs and Schools are members:
- Lviv Business School, UCU, is member of the Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN), a global network of management development institutions interested in quality of education and innovations in this field, and in the broad area of subjects related to change, with more than 210 institutional and individual members from over 50 countries.
- Lviv Business School, UCU, is member of the Baltic Managment Development Association (BMDA), a regional management development network, initiated by universities, business schools, individual professors, and business professionals from the Baltic and other countries, with more than 70 members from 24 countries.
- Institute of Mental Health, UCU, is member of the European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (EABCT), that brings together 51 full members and 4 affiliate associations from 41 different countries. Each association is committed to the empirically based principles and practice of behavioural and cognitive therapy approaches in health, social, education, and other related fields.