We are a worldwide network of graduate programs in global studies established in 2007.
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RMIT University had been planning to host the 2020 meeting from June 16-19. Unfortunately, the meeting has had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 (updated 12 March 2020).
To further opportunities for collaboration, the Global Studies Consortium established a graduate student exchange program in 2014. It enables students to study in another Global Studies graduate program for up to one year. This will let students see how Global Studies is taught in other institutions, experience student life in another culture, and develop networks with students undertaking similar programs of study. Credits earned on the exchange can be transferred according to the rules of the student’s home institution.
This initiative is being led by David Wank of Sophia University. Please email him for more details.
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