The Columbia Global Centers engage both internationally and regionally on a diverse array of pressing socio-political topics. The Centers partner with leaders from the public and private sectors, universities, as well as a host of nongovernmental organizations to champion public interest and drive innovative global solutions.
Columbia Global Centers Announcement: New Programs, Global Locations, & Opportunities for International Students
Nothing is more important to the University than sustaining education, community, and engagement, regardless of the pandemic and regardless of the temporal political winds. With new Columbia Global Centers initiatives, the increased number of regional locations, and enhanced programming, the Global Centers can ensure international students and the University will continue together in a shared experience.
Having survived detention, torture and political exile in his home country, Quataiba Idlbi graduates from the School of General Studies (GS) as a member of the first cohort of refugee students to benefit from Columbia’s Scholarship for Displaced Students (CUSDS). Click here for the full news article.