For Undergraduate Students
The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is a place for undergraduates to learn, discover international opportunities, make global connections, and grow as leaders and citizens of the world.
Connect with us. You’ll find the community and support you need.
Welcome to the Einaudi Center
We're made up of eight regional and thematic programs that specialize in every region of the world. Whether you want to go abroad, complete a minor, study a language, or get involved in global research, you'll find a supportive network at the Einaudi Center.
Stop in to see us when you’re on campus! We’re on the ground floor of Uris Hall behind Rusty’s Café.
Explore Academic Opportunities
International opportunities fit seamlessly into your academic path. Whether you're interested in a global minor, learning a language, conducting research, or going abroad—the Einaudi Center is here for you.
Study the world by region or interdisciplinary theme
Travel to Cambodia, Ecuador, Zambia, Ghana, and beyond
Volunteer to teach a language at a local school
Check Out Funding Opportunities
For Research, Languages, International Experiences, and More
We offer a range of funding opportunities to support you throughout your undergraduate career—from your first year to graduation and beyond.
Select Opportunities from Einaudi’s Programs
Don’t miss out on dozens of additional fellowships and awards from our programs!
- East Asian Language Study Grant from the East Asia Program
- Summer research fellowships from the Institute for European Studies
- Senior thesis research support from the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program
- Harrop and Ruth Freeman Fellowship from the Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies
- SEAP Engaged Travel Grant from the Southeast Asia Program
Student Event Funding
Is your group planning a campus event? The Einaudi Center supports student organizations planning campus events of international interest—speakers, cultural events, and more. We consider requests for up to $300 for activities approved by Cornell’s Office of the Dean of Students. To apply, fill out this form.
Attend Einaudi Events
We offer daily in-person, hybrid, and virtual events on local and global topics—from student info sessions, to lectures featuring world leaders and top experts, to friendly seminars for researchers who share your interests.