In a thriving metropolis rich in history, culture, commerce, and political influence, sits Notre Dame’s home in Asia, the Beijing Global Gateway.

The Beijing Global Gateway serves the University of Notre Dame’s faculty, students, and broader community of alumni, parents, and partners by facilitating programs and convening events which promote understanding, advance knowledge and cooperation, and address issues to serve the common good within a local, regional, and global context.

Because of the Gateway’s close proximity to the Central Business District (CBD), foreign embassies, government offices, international organizations, and multinational firms, opportunities are plentiful for those who visit the Beijing Global Gateway.

This Gateway is also keen to bring Beijing, and greater China, back to Notre Dame. Each year, a number of qualified undergraduates, high school students, scholars, administrators, and delegations travel from China to South Bend to explore and enrich campus. This true exchange of people, ideas, cultures, and goals ensures Notre Dame and China have a long history ahead.

Beijing Global Gateway staff share special message for Lunar New Year

A special piece of art was created by Vivian Zhou, program assistant at the BGG, using a combination of watercolor, colored pencil, and Chinese ink.

Notre Dame signs new agreement with Dulwich College Beijing

Notre Dame signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Dulwich College Beijing to initiate an international partnership and further develop academic collaborations and exchanges.

Greater China Scholars share stories of innovation, transformation during pandemic

Zhian Yin ’22 and Yixian “Ashlee” Fu ’21 share their stories and reflections during this unusual time.

68 Greater China Scholars have attended Notre Dame since launching in 2011

55% of Notre Dame’s international students are from Asia

430 members in Notre Dame parent associations in Asia

17 universities are partnering with Notre Dame for student and research exchange in Asia

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