Stanford Global Studies

A division of Stanford University's School of Humanities and Sciences comprised of 15 internationally-focused programs. Stanford Global Studies (SGS) provides students and scholars with unique opportunities to explore the complexities of our globalized world from multiple economic, political, social, scientific, technological, and cultural perspectives.

SGS offers undergraduate major, minor, honors, and certificate programs, as well as master's and joint-degree programs. Every year, SGS provides over $2 million in grants, fellowships, internships, and research opportunities for students, faculty, and professionals. SGS centers combined host over 450 events annually, many of which are free and open to the public.

SGS-Affiliated Programs:

Center for African Studies
Center for East Asian Studies
France-Stanford Center
Global Studies Internship Program
WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights & International Justice
Ford Dorsey Program International Policy Studies
Program in International Relations
Hamid & Christina Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies
Sohaib & Sara Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies
Taube Center for Jewish Studies
Center for Latin American Studies
Mediterranean Studies Forum
Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Center for South Asia
The Europe Center
The Education Partnership to Internationalize Curriculum (EPIC)




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