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  • Japan

    Japan consistently ranks in the top 10 registered locations for Harvard travelers and is a popular destination to study, research, intern, attend conferences, and travel. The country is also home to Harvard Business School’s Japan Research Center in Tokyo.

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    Picture of a Japanese pagoda and trees in the foreground with a city and mountains in the background
    Photo credit: Nicole Flett '18
  • South Africa

    Following the 2017 opening of a Harvard office in Johannesburg, South Africa has become an increasingly popular location for affiliates to learn, research, and share knowledge.

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    A colorful street in Cape Town

    Aaron Abai '22

  • United Kingdom

    The United Kingdom is one of the most popular destinations for Harvard affiliates, and it provides a literal home and living lab to several Graduate School of Design fellows each year.

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    An English garden, abbey, and cottage

    Billy Koech '20, United Kingdom

Brazil

With 2 Harvard offices, Brazil ranks in the top 25 registered locations for Harvard affiliates to study, research, and travel.

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Brazil
People  play soccer on a beach in Brazil at sunset

Canada

The world’s second biggest country consistently ranks in the top 10 locations for Harvard affiliates to study, research, and attend conferences.

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Canada
Towers and Science Center building from Expo 86 loom over the water in Vancouver

Chile

Each year, Harvard affiliates travel to Chile to study abroad, research, and explore questions of 21st century astronomy.

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Chile
Mountains in Chile

China

The world’s most populous country also happens to be one of the most visited countries by registered Harvard travelers.

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China
Farmers and an animal walk through the forest

Cuba

Each year, dozens of Harvard affiliates visit Cuba for educational activities permitted under the U.S. trade embargo. In particular, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies’ (DRCLAS) Cuba Studies Program promotes scientific and scholarly exchanges with the island nation.

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Cuba
Colorful buildings and a church in Cuba