Virtual Global Learning
Explore the world virtually from Fordham!
Virtual Cultural Programming
Join Fordham University's study abroad programs on a journey around the world this Spring. Learn to cook food from other countries, learn local dances, practice your language skills, and much more! Event information can be found here.
Virtual Research with the University of Auckland, New Zealand (Summer 2021)
University of Auckland in New Zealand is offering a 6-8 week virtual research program with projects in culture, media, public policy and social sciences this summer. Students will work closely with University of Auckland faculty on their selected project and earn 3 academic credits from the University of Auckland. Available projects can be found here. Tuition is $2915 (NZD) and is payable directly to University of Auckland. Interested students should apply online here.
Academic internships are available with small to medium-sized companies and organization based in countries around the world through our Virtual Global Internship program and in London through our London Internship program. Students also enroll in an internship seminar during their internship.
London Speaker Series: Business Perspectives from Europe
This speaker series will enable you to connect with our partners in industry and at universities throughout the UK and EU. Through April, the events will offer a unique global experience and the chance to network with international professionals. Students who attend four live sessions will receive a certificate of participation that can be added to their resumes.
Virtual Courses Taught by Fordham's European Faculty
275 undergraduate students are taking classes taught by faculty based at Fordham's London Centre and in Granada, Spain study abroad programs in Spring 2021. Courses in language, political science, history, art, literature, marketing, business, and finance are being offered online. To find out more about the classes, watch this collection of videos from some of our faculty teaching. You can also read this article in Fordham News about the London-based initiatives to support these courses.