Beijing, Hong Kong & Mumbai
Home to nearly 60 percent of the world’s population across 48 countries, and the largest single contributor to the world’s economy, Asia offers abundant opportunities for scholarship, discovery, and collaboration in a wide array of fields. A living embodiment of traditional civilizations and progressive innovation, Asia provides opportunities to reflect on historic events, to engage in critical global issues, and to envision possibilities for a more peaceful and sustainable world.
59 Greater China Scholars have attended Notre Dame since it launched in 2011 with over $3 million in funding
55% of Notre Dame’s international students from 17 countries in spring 2017 are from Asia
845 followers on the Notre Dame WeChat
430 members of the Notre Dame parents associations in Asia
17 universities have partnered with Notre Dame for student and research exchange in Asia
Jerusalem is a city of diverse languages, cultures and faiths situated at the intersections of complex political, religious, and moral exchanges. It sits within a region in search of sustainable strategies related to conflict resolution, inter-religious and ecumenical dialogue, and water shortages, to name a few. Jerusalem is a natural destination for exploring core Notre Dame priorities connected to global affairs, peace studies, and theology. Similarly, both Israeli and Palestinian societies are vibrant cultures rife with opportunity in fields from psychology, global health, gender studies and nanotechnology.
110 undergraduate program participants since Gateway founding in 2013
15 traditional meals cooked by undergraduates
3 oldest statues known to human history seen (over 10,000 years old)
5 baby camels met
1000s pieces of falafel enjoyed
Dublin & Kylemore Abbey
For the lucky bunch who make their way to Ireland, an authentic experience awaits. From the Dublin hub at the historic O’Connell House, to the hallowed halls of Kylemore Abbey in scenic Connemara, to a burgeoning program at National University of Ireland in Galway, opportunities await the Fighting Irish for spiritual growth, academic progress, and cultural immersion.
504 participants in Dublin and Kylemore programs
18 programs offered
42 students participating in the Irish Internship Programme
10,800 cups of tea served
2,455,200 steps hiked by program participants
From the bustling streets of London, Notre Dame visitors are guaranteed a truly international experience. In a global city where cultures mingle, where the historic and the modern meet, and where progress and tradition live in union, residents are offered a unique perspective on the world. From its perch on a corner in Trafalgar Square, the London Global Gateway is immersed London's vibrant city life, while containing a quiet, contemplative retreat for academic progress.
442 undergraduate students
100 students with internships
54 law students
35 organizations hosting interns
61 faculty members
As a preeminent Catholic research university, it is fitting that Notre Dame’s engagement with Rome and the Holy See be strong and enduring. Though the city has long hosted our renowned architecture program, students and faculty from all fields of inquiry can now find opportunities for study and research in the Eternal City.
73 Notre Dame faculty teaching or presenting a conference
898 international participants in conference and events
350 students who learned to say "buon appetito"
1,200 hours of community service
32 local partners with ongoing collaborations and projects
Mexico City, Santiago & São Paulo
Though Notre Dame has a long and storied history of recruiting students and faculty from Latin America, now, perhaps more than ever before, are our sights set south. A growing number of faculty and student exchanges, professional partnerships, and academic collaborations, in combination with our existing study abroad programs, guarantee a productive and lasting relationship between Notre Dame and Latin America.