The online program is designed to give high school students a taste of studying abroad at the college level. As a Global Scholar, you'll be challenged to see the world from different perspectives and discover new passions along the way.
Notre Dame International faculty will continue to teach from the University’s London, Rome, Ireland, and Latin American Global Gateways, offering high school sophomores and juniors the opportunity to learn topics from an international perspective with other students from around the world. Participants choose from 13 Global Scholars courses and earn one college credit upon completion.
High school sophomore Ashlyn Vogt participated in the Art, COVID-19, and Black Lives Matter: The Global View course from London in Fall 2020. Reflecting on the experience, Vogt says, “The thing I liked most was the ability to learn about things that I have never received the opportunity to learn about before. I thought it was absolutely fascinating that my instructor was from London, and it was amazing for me to see things through her perspective. I loved the discussion groups, and talking with people that I didn't know before—and I made some new friends, which is absolutely fantastic!”
Favorite courses are coming back, with a few new and timely courses added to the Spring 2021 roster.
New Courses Include:
- After Atrocities: The Challenges of Transitional Justice
- Economics of International Trade: Trade Deals and the European Union
- Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Thinking: Natural Places as Heritage
- Modern Political Leadership: The Powers of the US President and the UK Prime Minister Compared
- From Youth Revolution to a New Constitution: The Current Chilean Constitutional Process in Comparative Perspective
- Masterpieces: Making and Meaning
Class sizes are kept small to allow students to develop meaningful connections with one another and benefit from individualized instruction by Notre Dame faculty.
“The part of Global Scholars I liked the most was the ability for me to see world issues from another perspective. Specifically, my experiences with my fellow students and learning their values. Whether from a different state or a different country I enjoyed the opportunity to expand my worldview.” —Aidan McKeon, Global Scholars Fall 2020, Global Issues and Challenges participant
Program Dates: March 15 - April 24, 2021
Students will meet online as a class for synchronous learning each week for the duration of the six-week program. Each course has specific day and time requirements: View the schedule for each by clicking on your course of interest.
Application Deadline: February 1, 2021
Financial assistance is available.
Originally published by admissions.nd.edu on January 12, 2021.at