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Study Abroad News

Important announcement on Spring 2021 study abroad.

SNAP International Photo Contest

The SNAP International Photo Contest and Exhibition celebrates Barnard students’ creative eyes as they explore new places.  We hope it inspires you to go abroad!

Barnard Faculty-Led Programs

Every year Barnard faculty develop programs and courses that take students far beyond the classroom, including for academic credit during the summer.

Barnard Visiting Student Program

International and domestic students can apply to attend Barnard for a semester in the spring.

Due to COVID-19:

All college sponsored travel (both domestic and international) is suspended for the Fall 2020 semester for students, staff, and faculty. Faculty and/or staff exceptions may be approved on a case by case basis.

An interdisciplinary, year-long series of intimate conversations with theatre artists on the challenges of creating work under the pandemic, and engaging with social justice movements around the world.

Building Solidarities is a form of mutual pedagogy between the campus and the public, through dialogues on urgent questions about constructed environments, urban life, and ecologies. Building Solidarities foregrounds the communities of Minneapolis, Nairobi, and New York, in dialogues between students, activists, artists, and academics. While building mutual solidarities between our campus and our partners, we aim to extend the political imaginaries, community futures, and solidarities that our partners may build with each other. As we study racial and environmental complexities and injustices, we remain vigilantly reflexive about the relationship between our campus and our neighbors, in Harlem and elsewhere.

The series is supported by the course “Colonial Practices,” taught by Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi. Web/podcasts are hosted by community organizations. To receive a research guide and link to attend, register by emailing the event title and date to buildingsolidarities@gmail.com.

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.