As part of a University-wide initiative to support Columbia students who are located outside the United States, Columbia University offers access to dedicated spaces to convene, study, collaborate, and benefit from tailored, diverse programming opportunities designed to support students’ remote learning and help them integrate into the broader University community.
The Columbia Global Centers–in Amman, Beijing, Istanbul, Mumbai, Nairobi, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, and Tunis–have expanded their capacities to become study centers for students in their regions, and the University will provide high-end, Columbia-designated WeWork study and community spaces at another seven sites, in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore, and London. The University has also arranged for dedicated space for its students in Tel Aviv and Athens. In addition to these 18 locations, students in another 80+ cities will receive special WeWork all-access passes, which they may use to access any WeWork facility in their city, offering them a comfortable, safe, and enriching environment to study.
The Columbia Global Centers
The Columbia Global Centers promote and facilitate the collaborative and impactful engagement of the University’s faculty, students, and alumni with the world, to enhance understanding, address global challenges, and advance knowledge and its exchange. The Global Centers, as envisioned by President Lee C. Bollinger, were founded with the objective of connecting the local with the global, to create opportunities for shared learning and to deepen the nature of global dialogue. Learn more about our history
Our Global Centers
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This Scholarship supports displaced students from anywhere in the world who are unable to complete their higher education. These students will receive full tuition, housing, and living assistance while pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees across all 18 Columbia schools and affiliates, reflecting Columbia’s full institutional commitment to addressing this global crisis. As the first-ever Columbia-wide scholarship, and the world's first scholarship of its kind, this program will commit up to $6 million annually in support, per cohort, for up to 30 students each year, every year.
This webinar session focused on peacebuilding activities revolving around Prof. Séverine Autesserre's new book titled; 'The Frontlines of Peace'.