Graduate Visiting Student Program (Short Course)

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About Graduate Visiting Student Program at Columbia University, School of Professional Studies

As a Visiting Student, you have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge in niche subject areas, learn from respected faculty in a wide range of courses available at schools across the university, and gain access to Columbia resources.

Students enrolled in a master's degree program at another university and in good academic standing may apply to the Graduate Visiting Students Program.

Learn from respected, world-class faculty instructing courses in both foundational and cutting-edge topics.

Gain cross-disciplinary perspectives to enrich your core area of study and benefit from a well-rounded set of skills and knowledge.

Study alongside Columbia undergraduate and graduate students, gain access to exclusive Columbia resources, and take advantage of living in New York City.

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