A Bryn Mawr education is a global education. No matter what your major, you will be prepared to engage the shared world of the 21st century, where professions, problems, and possibilities cross (and challenge) boundaries. There are few, if any, places where you can get a stronger global education than Bryn Mawr, which has been a leader in this field ever since its first graduating class, which produced Emily Green Balch, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for co-founding the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
- Our students come from all over the U.S. and all over the world.
- Global learning threads across our curriculum, weaving together a range of disciplinary perspectives.
- The opportunities for international experiences, both at home and abroad, are many.
- Our alumnae constitute a vibrant, engaged community, who have long made a difference in the world.