Barnard students have a range of international opportunities available to them, including study abroad for a semester, academic year, or a summer; international research; and internships and work abroad.
Due to COVID-19:
All college sponsored travel (both domestic and international) is suspended for Spring and Summer 2021 for students, staff, and faculty. Faculty and/or staff exceptions may be approved on a case by case basis.
Join us on May 7 from 12:00pm-2:00pm EDT for the New University in Exile Consortium spring conference about the global attacks on academic freedom. The keynote speaker is Éric Fassin, Professor of sociology and Co-chair of the Gender Studies Department, Paris 8 University, who will talk about “Academic Engagement: Critical Thought in the Age of Authoritarian Neoliberalism.” The keynote will be followed by presentations from four New University in Exile Consortium Scholars.
This is the third conference organized by the New University in Exile Consortium, based at The New School in New York. The Consortium was launched in September 2018 with the mission to create an intellectual community among exiled scholars hosted by Consortium university and college member institutions, including Barnard.
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Learn about the international admissions process for a degree, for our semester Visiting Student Program, or as an exchange student through one of our partner schools.
Barnard faculty have a range of opportunities to do research and teach abroad, as well as incorporate innovative global pedagogies into their course curricula.
Get to know the international research scholars and visiting faculty currently at Barnard.
Barnard's alumnae network spans the globe, with alumnae clubs and connections beyond the US.
Barnard has a variety of institutional, research, and teaching partnerships abroad.
All Barnard students, faculty, and staff traveling abroad with College support or on College business should register their travel through the MyTrips portal.
Barnard College has a long tradition of study abroad going back to the 1930s. There are over 140 programs to over 50 countries to choose from.