Cornell has a vast history of being internationally focused. Listed below are some of the many internationally concentrated departments throughout Cornell.
- The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies seeks to help bring about a truly international university at Cornell, in which international studies are completely integrated into the intellectual life of the university and all students and faculty benefit from active exposure to global affairs.
- Cornell University International Gateway provides information regarding international activities occurring throughout campus and travel resources for students planning to go abroad.
- Global Cornell: International threads have woven their way into the fabric of the Cornell experience. Through courses, campus life, library resources, or programs, learn just how international Cornell really is.
- International Students and Scholars Office provides important information for international students including legal requirements for non-citizens of the United States and opportunities at Cornell for international students.
- Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development’s mission is to support and enhance Cornell’s aspirations to be a global land grant university that improves the lives of the poor through the development of sustainable food systems.
- Johnson International Business Education is dedicated to providing easy access to knowledge about offshore and multinational organizations and their cultural context for all Johnson students, whether their focus is international business or some other area of specialization.
- The Cornell International Events Calendar compiles internationally-focused activities throughout campus.
- The Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies is an interdisciplinary program devoted to research and teaching on the problems of war and peace, arms control and disarmament, and more generally, instances of collective violence.
- Globalization and the Workplace, hosted by ILR, is a portal for documentation on the effects of globalization on workers and working conditions, labor relations, and social movements.
“The access to other programs within Cornell is a real advantage. Through an International Marketing course in the Cornell School of Hotel Administration, I was able to conduct research on the Nigerian, Canadian and Swedish markets for a South African wine company.”Amity Weiss, MBA '13, EMI Fellow