Benefit from international expertise—and go global.
Keough School’s seven International Institutes offer opportunities for research, sponsor a steady stream of internationally focused events, and support faculty and students working on international topics. As a student at Notre Dame, you might:
- Enroll in courses like Christianity and the Challenge of Buddhism or Chinese Literary Traditions through the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies.
- Attend a screening of The Nanovic Institute Film Series through the Nanovic Institute for European Studies. Each screening features a 20-minute introductory presentation by a filmmaker or scholar.
- Apply for an Undergraduate Research Grant through the Kellogg Institute for International Studies and conduct independent field research in the developing world.
- Present your research through the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies’ annual Notre Dame Student Peace Conference. Recent presentation papers include “The Future of Nuclear Disarmament” and “Tweets and Likes: Collective Action in the Age of Social Media.”
- Attend a lecture on contemporary Irish novels through the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies.
- Meet leading human rights scholars at the Center for Civil and Human Rights to deepen your understanding of the complex human rights challenges facing the world today.
- Address the challenges of building a just and equitable world for the common good at the Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development.