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Join a Global Community

Fordham University has over 2500 international students from nearly every part of the globe on our New York City campuses. We welcome the unique perspective these students bring to the Fordham community. 

Fordham University offers students the opportunity to participate in over 125 study abroad programs in 52 countries, on 6 continents.  Our Fordham signature study abroad programs are available in LondonPretoria, and Granada. Fordham also offers exchange programs with many international colleges and universities, in addition to having formal collaborations with institutions across the globe.  And we offer world class training to international aid workers through our ground-breaking Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs.

Our students participate in Global Outreach service programs throughout the world.  Our faculty participate in international research and our community members win prestigious international grants, like the Fulbright awards.

We invite you to explore Fordham's global community!

Rose Hill campus in the summer

Rose Hill in the Bronx

Take a virtual tour of our traditional campus north of Manhattan.

Lincoln Center campus in the Spring

Lincoln Center in Manhattan

Take a virtual tour of our campus in the middle of Manhattan.

Highlights for International Students
A Warm Welcome for Our International Students

Global Transition is a very fun and useful program that includes sessions, activities, games, and the opportunity to get to know other new international students.

Services for International Students

The staff of the Office for International Services (OIS) proudly serves over 2500 international students and faculty at our Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses.

United Nations and Fordham University

In 2012, Fordham University became one of a select group of universities in the world to gain official recognition as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) by the United Nations Department of Public Information.

A Welcoming Community for ESL Students

We are here to help you achieve your goals in mastering English, whether you're preparing to enter a degree program, applying for a new job, or enriching your day-to-day life in New York.

Working to Bridge Culture Gap Between U.S. and Chinese Students

“If we really want to embody cura personalis, then we need to think of the whole student — including their culture.”