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An exceptionally diverse community. A deep commitment to international issues and perspectives. A wide selection of options for studying abroad and away. A network of campuses around the world. Clark may be small, but our impact spans the globe.

Clark students discover a wide variety of exciting and meaningful ways to engage with the world, from rich classroom discussions with peers from across the globe to immersive experiences outside the U.S. through one of our study abroad programs. Our commitment to issues of global consequence results in programs and research projects that challenge preconceptions; the diversity of our community makes intercultural learning a daily occurrence. After graduating, Clark students enter a powerful alumni network that provides opportunities for connection and career advancement around the world.

Clark on the World Stage

Global Programs and Opportunities

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International Students

More than 30 percent of undergraduate and graduate students on the Clark campus are international, hailing from more than 85 countries.

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Our Research

Clark researchers work alongside peers and partners around the world, providing authentic opportunities for cross-cultural learning.

Global Alumni Network

Global Alumni Network

Our global network is a lifelong source of support. Wherever you travel, you’re never far from a friendly face and helping hand.

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Immerse Yourself

Study Abroad and Away

Choose from more than 50 Clark-affiliated programs that offer unique cultural experiences, language immersion, service-learning, and research opportunities.

Global Reach News

Clark welcomes visitors from partner school in China

Longtime agreement with Heifei University of Technology strengthened

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Clark embraces AI to advance geospatial analytics

Clark Center for Geospatial Analytics builds upon legacy of GIS research

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Can we feed the world by going with the grains?

Ethiopian farmers may hold the answer, and researchers are listening

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