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Columbia Programs: Fall and Academic Year Applications Now Open!

The Fall and full Academic Year applications are now open for all Columbia programs
Please see below for more information about our programs in Spain, France, Germany, Japan and China.

Consortium for Advanced Studies, Barcelona (CASB), Spain

The CASB offers a full-immersion program designed to accommodate students in any major with advanced Spanish (or Catalan) skills. Students are immersed in the local university environment and take their courses at one or more of the Consortium’s three distinguished partner universities: the Universitat de Barcelona (UB), the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) and the Universitat Polytechnica de Catalunya (UPC).  The combined course offerings of these four universities offer students a vast array of opportunities in the humanities, social sciences, physical and natural sciences, engineering, and the arts.  All students also attend a Language and Culture Pro-Seminar Course during the first three weeks of the program which provided basic Catalan instruction, Spanish review, an overview of Spanish history and culture as well as a variety of excursions and activities.  Students live in beautiful, international student dormitories.

Please click here for more information and an application.

Columbia in Beijing at Tsinghua University, China

Columbia University in Beijing provides a rare opportunity for advanced students to directly enroll in a broad range of courses at Tsinghua University, one of China's top institutions. The supported immersion program is designed for independent students who already demonstrate a high level of both written and spoken Mandarin Chinese and who wish to challenge themselves by using Chinese to further understand their own areas of study in the humanities, social sciences, economics, sciences, environmental sciences, information sciences, engineering, and architecture.

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Berlin Consortium for German Studies (BCGS), Germany

The Berlin Consortium for German Studies is an academic-year or spring semester program dedicated to helping students improve their German language skills by providing intensive language training, encouraging them to function independently in the German university system, and offering a program that allows them to fully experience German life, customs, and culture.

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Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (KCJS), Japan

The Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies is a two-semester academic program for undergraduates who wish to do advanced work in Japanese language and Japanese studies. The program helps students strengthen their Japanese skills by providing intensive language training and through regular interactions with host families and the local community. Understanding of Japanese society and culture is enhanced by the integration of the historical and cultural resources of Kyoto into the academic curriculum and student life. Not only does KCJS examine the significance of Kyoto's past but it also explores its present as well as Japan's place in today's global world.

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African Studies Certificate Program, France

The year-long joint African Studies Certificate is a collaboration between University Pantheon-Sorbonne Paris I and Columbia University during which a cohort of up to 20 students from the Sorbonne and Columbia study together in Paris during the fall semester and in New York during the spring semester.

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Columbia/Penn Program at Reid Hall in Paris, France

Drawing upon the resources of the city, the program helps students gain both the knowledge and the confidence necessary to live and communicate in a French-speaking environment. It challenges students to step outside the boundaries of a traditional French language program and use French as a means to further their understanding of their own areas of study. It is also appropriate for students who wish to broaden their understanding of France's socio-cultural heritage, its position in the European community and the Francophone world, and its role in global politics and international relations.

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