University of Chicago ideas and people cross more than academic disciplines — they transcend languages and nations. For more than a century, University of Chicago faculty and students have engaged with scholars from around the world. Today, that reach extends further than ever. Explore our global programs.
Our Center in Beijing and Center in Hong Kong provide a physical presence that enhances and strengthens the University’s traditionally strong ties to China and enhances new partnerships and affiliations across East Asia. At our Center in Paris, students learn from UChicago faculty, in conversation with experts from across Europe and Africa, welcoming the public into its community. The Center in Delhi is an intellectual destination, a place to explore ideas across institutions and disciplines, expanding opportunities for collaboration with Indian universities, research institutes, and cultural organizations; and it serves as a focal point for engaging alumni in India and South Asia. With permanent campuses in Chicago, London, Hong Kong and Singapore, Chicago Booth draws top business executives from every continent to learn from each other and the same prestigious faculty who teach in Hyde Park. The Oriental Institute’s Chicago House in Luxor documents ancient Egyptian inscriptions and works with Egyptian scholars on conservation, restoration, and site management. Our alumni span the globe. They are political leaders, humanitarians, executives, and innovators And through our Study Abroad programs, students and faculty of the College travel the world together, covering a UChicago curriculum while they uncover the histories and cultures of great civilizations.
Each year, the University of Chicago enrolls more than 3,100 international students from over 100 countries. Students from India represent the second largest group among all international students and have shown increased interest in applying across all divisions. We encourage prospective students to visit the following resources as they consider the University of Chicago as their education choice.