Hailing from around the world, students at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies are ethnically, culturally and spiritually diverse. What binds us together is a commitment to new experiences, a love of diverse perspectives, scholarly excellence, and an insatiable curiosity and drive to make a difference.
Wander down to the School's corridors and you might get in on a conversation about global hunger or a recent political development halfway around the world. Sit in on a panel discussion with one of the many dignitaries that visit the school—like 66th U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, or Deputy Secretary of State William Burn—and you might learn about international security or healthcare conditions on another continent. Have lunch with fellow students who come from more than 30 countries around the globe. And that's all between classes!
At the Josef Korbel School, we've created an intimate, enriching environment for sharing concepts that reach beyond conventional thought. You'll be challenged in your studies and inspired by the caliber of ideas that spill out of the classroom and into the School community.