Global Student Certificate
The GSC program is designed to increase participants’ knowledge of foreign countries and cultures, as well as develop a cross-cultural mindset that is sensitive to power differences in intercultural situations. In today’s global economy, this type of knowledge is crucial for employees to function in the global workplace.
GSC students will acquire practical intercultural business, communication, and leadership skills through briefings, story circles, and discussions of fine arts and personal reflection. Read more about the GSC at https://blogs.baruch.cuny.edu/globalstudentcertificate/
"The graduates of this program are the face of the 21st century.”
Dr. Myung-Soo Lee, Professor of Marketing and International Business, Director of the Weissman Center for International Business
To become the preeminent co-curricular program dedicated to preparing students to become world-class leaders in the 21st century’s global economy by means of leveraging Baruch College’s extraordinary cultural diversity through intensive enrichment programs designed to help students thrive in a range of cultural environments.
Training in how to work in multicultural team settings
Practice in approaching cross-cultural situations
Program guidance from GSC coordinator
Introduction to how fine arts, global cultures and the business world intersect
Open to all majors and undecided majors
Minimum 2.75 GPA
All undergraduate levels
Enrolled at least part-time at Baruch College for the entire semester
The application deadline for the spring 2024 semester is Tuesday, February 6, 2024. You will need to use your Baruchmail address to access the application.
For additional information contact:
Global Student Certificate Coordinator
Tel: (646) 312-2073
To qualify for a Global Student Certificate, candidates must attend 6 briefings with 3 short written assignments, participate in the Audio Reflection Project, attend an online arts lecture, and submit seven completed map quizzes. Upon completion of the GSC program, students will be awarded a Global Student Certificate from the Weissman Center for International Business.