Notre Dame Students

Allied Programs and Resources

Center for Social Concerns
Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide
Institute for Latino Studies
International Student Services and Activities
Kellogg Institute for International Studies
Latin American Studies Program
Multicultural Student Programs and Services
Nanovic Institute for European Studies
Office of International Studies
Snite Museum
Writing Center

Resources for teaching and learning

Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE)
Hesburgh Library Resources for Iberian and Latin_American_Studies
Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning
Teach for America

Additional resources

(for informational purposes only)

Centro Virtual Cervantes
International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago
Latin American Network Information Center
Library of Congress Country Studies
National Association for Bilingual Education

Grants and Internships

The Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies offers a number of grants and internships to students at all levels--from first year to graduates--interested in international research.

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies supports student research in Europe through a number of undergraduate research and travel grants.

The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) provides financial support to students in the College of Arts and Letters who wish to engage in independent research.

Learning Beyond the Classroom Grants offer funding to students in the College of Arts and Letters in support of cultural excursions, travel to conferences, and other learning activities beyond the classroom.

The Fulbright Program sponsors research fellowships, fellowships for graduate study, public policy fellowships, bi-national business and/or English teaching fellowships for graduating seniors throughout Latin America and Spain. Applications submitted through the Office of Undergraduate and Post-Baccalaureate Fellowships.

The Center for Social Concerns International Summer Service Learning Program seeks to provide international service-learning experiences in social concerns inspired by Gospel values and Catholic social teachings.