Campuses and Locations
GIA schools are located in major gem and jewelry centers around the world, but no matter where you choose to study, you’ll find the same high standard of curricula.
The Robert Mouawad Campus at GIA World Headquarters is the premier school for gem studies and jewellery design — featuring fully integrated modern classrooms and an internationally recognised museum at the beautiful Carlsbad, California location.
GIA’s New York campus resides in the prestigious International Gem Tower – right in the heart of the famed Diamond District. The campus is a short walk from thousands of businesses devoted to jewellery and is the gateway to the world’s largest consumer diamond market.
When you attend GIA’s campus in Bangkok, you’ll be right in the middle of all the excitement and luxury of the Bang Rak district. You will be surrounded by high-end jewellers, top entertainment venues and up-market shopping centres.
GIA is in the middle of the excitement of Central District – a place where skyscrapers crowd together and business decisions are made that ripple around the world. Rolex, Coach, Omega and other prestigious brands are your next-door neighbours when you attend GIA.
Located in one of central London’s most vibrant and accessible areas, GIA sits between the Hatton Garden jewellery district and the luxury West End stores of Bond Street. Fine jewellery houses, prestigious auction houses and key trade venues are all just a few streets from where you’ll be learning your craft.
Mumbai is India’s commercial and entertainment centre – and home to six of the Fortune 500 companies. Located on India’s west coast, Mumbai is the hub of India’s gem and jewellery industry – and GIA’s campus is located in the centre of it.
GIA’s campus in Taiwan is located in Taipei, Taiwan’s centre of political, commercial and cultural activity. Known for its bustling nightlife, Taipei also offers world-class entertainment and shopping.
Rising out of the desert sands, Dubai is a miracle of modernity. It’s a city of spectacular architecture and man-made islands with a variety of entertainment options for tourists. Dubai is also one of the great hubs for business and luxury goods in the Middle East.
Surat has been a commercial hub in India for centuries – and is now an international diamond cutting and polishing centre. A stream of diamonds flowing into the city helps drive Surat’s booming economy, and creates exciting opportunities for students who attend GIA.
An economic and cultural powerhouse, Tokyo is one of the world’s great urban centers. The campus is in the city’s upscale shopping district.