Congress to Campus International
Given its history of success, the growing need to encourage an international understanding of the United States and its government, and the global nature of most of the issues warranting civil debate, the Congress to Campus program is currently pursuing an international program in addition to its domestic program.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in hosting a Congress to Campus International program.
Here are some of the places Congress to Campus has visited abroad:
- University of British Columbia
- Carleton University
- University of Toronto, Trinity College
- Shanghai International Studies University
- Tongji University
- Zhongshan University
- Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
- Jinan University
- Hunan International University
- De Montfort University
- Leicester University
- Nottingham University
- Northampton University
- Oxford University
- Oxford Brookes University
- Wellington College
- Winchester University
- Düsseldorf Institute for Foreign and Security Policy
- University of Bonn
- University of Cologne
- Düsseldorf University
- Viadrina European University in Frankfurt (Oder)
- Liebknecht-Gymnasium (high school in Frankfurt-Oder)
- University College, Dublin
- University Of Jordan
- Al al Bayt Univeristy
- Hashemite University
- Yarmouk University
- Bahcesehir University
- Ege/Gediz University
- Bilkent University
- Turgut Ozal University
*Over the past nine years, the Congress to Campus program has partnered with the Eccles Center at the British Library to develop a program in the United Kingdom reaching, over the course of one week, almost 500 students from across the UK and Europe.
Due to the success and the strength of the partnership with the Eccles Center, the British Library added a second visit during the calendar year. In addition to the traditional November visit, a bipartisan former Members team visited Oxford University, Northampton University, Winchester University, and Wellington College during the spring.
**In addition to the United Kingdom, the program also completed visits to four Canadian Universities in the fall of 2008 and are returning fall of 2016. With the help of the United States Embassy in Ottawa and its Consular offices, the program was able to reach students in St. John’s, Newfoundland, and Victoria, British Columbia.