Global Perspective

Gain a Global Perspective

The world is getting smaller. In order to understand it, you’ll need an open mind and the willingness to learn from other perspectives.

Whether through study abroad, internships, coursework, student clubs, or service—you’ll have a wealth of opportunities to shape your worldview. Here, learning doesn’t stop when you leave the classroom because Notre Dame educates global citizens prepared to take on the world’s biggest challenges.

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Living abroad taught me invaluable lessons about how other parts of the world live, and through that, the great beauty in the similarities and differences between us all. I was pushed out of my comfort zone and now have incredible places I can call a second home.

– Bailey Jordan '22

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Global Scholarship

Intellectual Inquiry Knows No Bounds

At Notre Dame, study the politics and power of architecture in Rome, the visual arts in London, engineering in Dublin. In every instance, learn, serve, and change the way you see the world.

  • 75% of students study abroad, ranking Notre Dame #7 in the U.S.
  • 50+ international programs during the academic year in 26 countries
  • 24 summer programs

Your Gateway to the World

Notre Dame’s Global Gateways and Centers provide a vital connection to the international institutions of higher learning, corporations, and governments of many countries around the world.

  • Asia

    • Beijing
    • Hong Kong
    • Mumbai
  • Middle East

    • Jerusalem
  • Ireland

    • Dublin
    • Kylemore Abbey
  • United Kingdom

    • London
  • Italy

    • Rome
  • Latin America

    • Mexico City
    • Santiago
    • São Paulo
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Students Study Dublin
Notre Dame undergraduates studying at University College Dublin in Dublin, Ireland.

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The Keough School of Global Affairs

In keeping with Notre Dame’s mission to place scholarship in service to the common good, the Donald R. Keough School of Global Affairs advances human development through research, policy and practice, transformative educational programs, and partnerships for global engagement. Undergraduate students can add a supplementary major in global affairs, connect with globally-renowned faculty in fields that interest them, or learn through a program in one of the school’s nine international institutes.