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Cornell Global Hubs are your point of entry to a world of high-impact opportunities. Based in strategic locations worldwide, Global Hubs bring together faculty, students, alumni, and local communities—to collaborate, learn, and discover.

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Students at international graduation ceremony

Broadening the inclusiveness and internationalism of our community here—and cultivating research and learning that emerges from these exchanges—is one of the most exciting potentials of Cornell Global Hubs.

— Sarah Besky
Associate Professor, ILR
Faculty Lead
Allison Lee in Sydney

Take the leap of faith. It is so easy to push it off and say that you can do it later, but there is truly no other experience like this—one that is so unique, rewarding, and fun.

— Allison Lee '25
CALS Global Fellow
University of Sydney
Student working in lab using high-tech equipment.

The opportunity to work abroad during the summer and do research at another top university is what attracted me to the program. 

— Daniel Bilezikian '23
Materials Science and Engineering
Imperial College London
Reuben Wong headshot

NUS is heartened to be on board with the Cornell Global Hubs initiative. Cornell's recent interdisciplinary salons included six NUS faculty members engaging with Cornell and other Global Hubs academics. It's exciting to see what lies ahead for our collaboration.

— Reuben Wong
Associate Vice President, Global Relations
National University of Singapore


Apply for funds to support joint teaching initiatives with Imperial College London.

Global Cornell welcomed partners from 16 partner universities to the Cornell campus.

Vice Provost Wendy Wolford explains what sets the Cornell Global Hubs apart. 

Our Faculty Advisory Committee members represent the diversity of our Hub locations. 

Imperial College London and Cornell University have formed a new partnership to cooperate on using AI to accelerate scientific discovery and future technologies.


New seed grants from Global Cornell are deepening relationships between Cornell and its Global Hubs partners across the world.


Hosted by Global Cornell, the Global Grand Challenges Symposium brought together more than 300 faculty, staff and students from Cornell and the new Cornell Global Hubs to discuss ideas for the next universitywide Global Grand Challenge.


Queen Mary University of London is a Cornell Global Hubs partner institution, enabling students, staff and alumni to study, research, and teach at both institutions. Global Hubs connect the whole of Cornell with strong international peer institutions and their communities, countries, and regions.


From Ken Roberts' recent research in Ecuador and evidence ripped from headlines worldwide, when political parties stoke partisan conflicts–often by contesting formal state institutions, like systems for managing elections–actual democratic capacity may take a hit as public opinion polarizes.



Each Global Hub is unique, but all are grounded in partnerships with strong local universities and based on the principle of mutual benefit and exchange. Cornell is working with Hub partners to develop hands-on projects that promote study and expand the range of academic experiences at home and abroad.


faculty collaborations | events and symposia | student exchanges | thematic networks

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seed funding | faculty-led study abroad | co-teaching | regional access | staff support

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semester-long and short-term study abroad | field work | faculty-led research | internships

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mentoring | engaging with faculty | providing internships | in-country connections to Cornell

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