Global Initiatives


Highlights

 

Dean and Vice Provost for Global Strategies Jeffrey Peck Serves as Guest Editor for IIE Networker Magazine. Read more >

 

Baruch Goes Abroad: The College's first-ever Cuban Arts and Cultures Program commenced in January 2012. Get the story

 

 

• Baruch College was one of 18 U.S. colleges and universities selected for the 2012 Brazil initiative of The Institute of International Education's International Academic Partnership Program. More info


Vice Provost for Global Strategies Dean Peck spoke to The Chronicle of Higher Education on Brazil partnerships in this article

headerLocated in the heart of Manhattan, one of the world's most global cities, Baruch College's
connections span the continents. Its diverse student body, which traces its roots to more than 160 countries, sets the tone for international activities that incorporate study abroad, faculty research, and collaborations. As part of globalizing the College, Baruch is focusing at every level — from curriculum to research and student affairs — to create opportunities for global experience. For example, the Zicklin School of Business' Weissman Center for International Business houses the Global Student Certificate Program, and the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences will offer a minor in Global Studies. These, and the other activities listed below, detail our commitment to the global education of our students.