Harvard's academic activities take place around the globe. Likewise, the University's students and faculty come from nearly every country in the world; and once here, they study and travel to all corners of the globe in pursuit of their academic interests.
Harvard's academic activities from research to study abroad to executive education programs touch more than 130 countries around the world. For instance:
The University has almost 300 different programs across 34 countries in Asia and the Middle East, from faculty research projects to executive education programs to grants for student travel to the aforementioned offices. The corresponding numbers for other regions of the world are: Africa – 95 programs in 27 countries; Australia and Oceania – 20 programs in five countries; Europe – 150 programs in 32 countries; North America and the Caribbean – 85 programs in 16 countries (excluding the United States); South America – 75 programs in 10 countries.
Harvard, its schools, and its research centers have offices in 10 different countries: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, France, Germany, Greece, India, Japan, and Russia.