A Campus That Looks Like the World
We believe that a great intellectual community should look like the world. With every incoming student, that community comes to life here. Our students are from more than 50 countries around the world. Approximately 10 percent are international students with non-U.S. citizenship. Another 5 percent hold dual citizenship within the United States and another country and have lived or studied outside the United States.
Courses with a Global Perspective
Whether in anthropology or economics, mathematics or biology, courses across the Amherst curriculum provide a global perspective. To us, a liberal arts education — an Amherst education — is rooted in habits, practices, and skills that are at once timeless and urgently needed in our globally connected world: effective communication, strong writing ability, insightful problem solving, creativity, and analytical thinking.
Opportunities to Study Abroad
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