The FAS Office of International Affairs meets regularly with institutions from around the world to explore opportunities for research collaborations and short-term student experiences.
Indian Institutes of Technology
Meetings in Mumbai and New Delhi (March 2018) to explore potential research collaborations and student mobility.
Sri Venkateswara College (University of Delhi)
Meeting in New Delhi (March 2018) to discuss possible student mobility schemes and best practices for short-term research opportunities.
St. Xavier's College (Autonomous)
Meeting in Mumbai (March 2018) to build on longstanding relationship between St. Xavier's and Harvard College, and to share information on PhD opportunities at Harvard's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
University of Sydney
Meetings in Washington DC (February 2017) and Cambridge (February/March 2017 and February 2018) to develop student mobility schemes, research collaboration, and new courses.
Meetings in Managua (August 2017) and Cambridge (November 2017) to explore opportunities to renew research connections between Harvard and INCAE
National University of Singapore
Meetings in Singapore (March 2017) to discuss short-term research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as post-doctoral opportunities in the sciences and social sciences.
University of the Philippines
Meetings in Manila (March 2016) and Cambridge (August 2016) to explore topics ranging from challenges in General Education to opportunities for faculty collaborations, and options for summer study/intensive research experiences for undergraduates.
Further meetings at UP Diliman and UP Manila (March 2017) to discuss short-term research opportunities and share information regarding programs at study at Harvard's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
University of the Andes (Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia)
Meetings in Bogota (November 2015) and Cambridge (October 2016) to explore shared interests in university governance, the future of universities, challenges in online learning, general education, trends in engineering education, and improving and evaluating teaching.
University of British Columbia
Meetings in Vancouver (April 2016) to explore shared interests in international engagement.
Meetings in Cambridge (February 2016) and Paris (June 2016) to explore shared interests in innovations in pedagogy and opportunities for a closer relationship in engineering and applied sciences.
UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
Meetings in Mexico City (September 2016) to explore faculty research collaborations.