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T h e S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y o f N e w Yo r k

2013 STUDY ABROAD GUIDE

The State University of New York is committed to the significance of international education for the academic strength of its programs and the quality of the education it provides to its students.

2013 STUDY ABROAD GUIDE

Office of International Programs www.sunysystemabroad.com Spring 2013

The information in this publication is current as of Spring 2013, but is always subject to change as we strive to enhance our program offerings. If you are interested in a specific program, please contact the SUNY campus that offers it for the most up-to-date information.

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SUNY Global The State University of New York

Global Center 116 East 55th Street New York, New York 10022 www.suny.edu

Spring 2013 As Vice Chancellor for Global Affairs at SUNY, I continue to be honored to work with a system that has such a highly developed commitment to internationalization. SUNY has extraordinary and creative international study opportunities which have been developed by our colleagues, administrators and faculty, across 64 campuses. It goes without saying that experience abroad can be among the most formative that any students has during his or her college experience. Never before has an understanding of customs, languages, politics and economics ever been so crucial to the future of our nation. To this end, the State University of New York is continuing its commitment to expand academic programs throughout the world. We continue to work to make education abroad an accessible, viable, secure and rewarding option for our students. SUNY offers an incomparable array of study abroad opportunities, with more than 600 programs in more than 50 countries. We truly lead the nation. Our students can study subjects ranging from anthropology to music composition to zoology, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our campuses partner with many of the world’s leading educational institutions, ensuring superior learning experiences delivered in safe and comfortable environments. I invite you to take a few moments to review this guide and let your imagination carry you to the new and exciting places you will find described inside. I encourage you to contact the SUNY campus offices that administer the programs that interest you. I welcome you to explore the diverse education abroad options we offer. I am delighted that you seek to open your eyes, your mind and yourself to the world. Study abroad will change your life, as it has my own. Sincerely,

Mitch Leventhal, PhD Vice Chancellor for Global Affairs

To Learn To Search To Serve

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Message from the Vice Chancellor for Global Affairs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 How To Use This Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Programs Offering Instruction In English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Programs Offering Graduate Credit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Programs Offering Internships and Volunteer Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

SEMESTER and ACADEMIC YEAR PROGRAMS Africa (see Egypt, Ghana, Morocco, South Africa) Argentina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Australia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Austria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Belgium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Belize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Brazil. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Bulgaria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Chile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Costa Rica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Cuba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Czech Republic . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Denmark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Dominican Republic . . . . . . . . 38 Ecuador. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Egypt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 England (see United Kingdom) Finland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

France . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Germany . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Ghana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Greece . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Hungary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 India . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Ireland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Israel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Italy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Jamaica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Japan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Kazakhstan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Kenya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Korea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Morocco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Netherlands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Norway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

SHORT-TERM PROGRAMS Africa (see Egypt, Ghana, Morocco, South Africa, Tanzania)

Argentina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Australia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Bahamas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Belize . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Brazil. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Cambodia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Chile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Costa Rica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Croatia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Cuba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Czech Republic . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Denmark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Dominican Republic . . . . . . . 106 Ecuador. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Egypt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108

Poland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Puerto Rico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Scotland (see United Kingdom) Singapore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 South Africa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Spain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Sweden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Taiwan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Tanzania . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Thailand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Trinidad and Tobago . . . . . . . . 80 Turkey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 United Arab Emirates . . . . . . . 82 United Kingdom . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Venezuela . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Vietnam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Wales (see United Kingdom)

(For additional options refer to Semester and Academic Year Programs)

England (see United Kingdom) Finland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 France . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Germany . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Ghana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Greece . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Honduras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 India . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Ireland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Israel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Italy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Jamaica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Japan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Korea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Madagascar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Morocco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Netherlands. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 New Zealand . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130

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Nicaragua . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Peru . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Poland. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Puerto Rico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Russia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Scotland (see United Kingdom) Singapore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 South Africa . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Spain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Switzerland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Tanzania . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Thailand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Turkey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 United Arab Emirates . . . . . . 139 United Kingdom . . . . . . . . . . 139 Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Vietnam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Wales (see United Kingdom)

INTRODUCTION

abroad. Courses are available in more than 100 subjects, ranging alphabetically from aboriginal studies and aerospace engineering to western philosophy and women’s studies. While many programs focus on language learning and are conducted in the language of the host country, many others are conducted wholly or partly in English.

Overseas programs are as close to you as a State University of New York (SUNY) campus or web site. The following are some frequently asked questions about study abroad with SUNY. Please take a look before you begin to explore the many study abroad opportunities we offer. If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of the SUNY campuses for additional assistance. Also be sure to visit SUNY’s study abroad directory online at: www.sunysystemabroad.com

Who can study abroad? State University overseas study programs are, with some exceptions, open to all SUNY and non-SUNY students, with eligibility ranging from first year to graduate level. For many undergraduates, the best time to study abroad has traditionally been during the junior year; however, well-prepared sophomores, and occasionally freshmen, are eligible for some programs. For everyone, careful preparation and consultation with the campus Director of International Education are essential for determining where and when to go.

Why study abroad? Study abroad can be one of the most rewarding and exciting experiences in a college student’s career. Getting to know another culture, living in a new environment, learning a new language, meeting people: all these add up to a kind of education different from what can be acquired on campus. Equally important for American students is the discovery of their own country–its customs, its traditions and values–as they come to see it from a foreign vantage point. No wonder that so many returnees from overseas study say that the experience changed their lives.

What does it cost? Total expenses are competitive with other highly-rated study abroad programs in public and private universities across the country. Program costs are usually only slightly higher than on-campus costs of tuition, room and board (exclusive of international air fare)–and in some countries expenses are actually less than they would be on campus. Study abroad students pay SUNY tuition (in-state or outof-state, depending upon New York State residency) plus costs, which vary from program to program. Matriculated students at a State University of New York campus register on their home campus for programs offered at any other campus. They are thus able to maintain residency and eligibility for financial aid. (NOTE: Upper-division students registering at community colleges for overseas programs should consult with their registrar’s office about appropriate credit.)

There is indeed ample testimony to the fact that students learn well and mature quickly when studying in a different culture. And as all regions of the world become more interdependent, it is increasingly apparent that the truly educated person is one who has had first hand acquaintance with other cultures, both as preparation for responsible citizenship and, in a more practical way, as a basis for a career. In the words of former Senator J. William Fulbright, author of the Fulbright exchange program, “perhaps the greatest power of educational exchange is the power to convert nations into peoples and to translate ideologies into human aspirations.”

Where are the State University of New York’s study abroad programs offered?

What about financial aid?

SUNY currently offers more than 600 overseas study programs in more than 50 countries: in North and South America, Africa, Asia, Western and Eastern Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Programs range from 2-3 week intensive courses to a semester or academic year

Most financial aid can be applied to overseas study, with the exception of some program costs and fees. For specific information students should consult the campus financial aid officer and the Director of International Education.

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HOW TO USE THIS BOOK

who have little or no experience with the language(s) of instruction offered. It is important to recognize that sometimes the best environment in which to pick up or brush up foreign language skills is through immersion! Embrace the challenge, and you will be surprised by the opportunities available to you!

Inside this book, you will find all the information you need to begin your search for the perfect study abroad program. But first you’ll need to know how to use the information given – what does it all mean?

Whatever your interests or expectations may be, please take a look at the Eligibility Requirements section to see what the specific language requirements are for each program.

This book is organized into two distinct sections: (1)Semester and Academic Programs, and (2)Short-Term Programs, which includes summer, winter, and intersession programs. Each section is organized alphabetically by country, then divided alphabetically by city and divided again by the name of the program. This makes it easy to find a specific university or city you might be interested in. Once you find a program that interests you, you can use the following features, which give you more detail:

Eligibility Requirements: These are requirements set by the SUNY campus that administers each program. At times, these standards depend on requirements given by the foreign institutions. If you have any questions regarding the requirements listed, please contact the appropriate SUNY campus.

Term: This indicates when the program takes place. Exact dates are not given; for specific information, please contact the SUNY campus that administers that program.

Credits: Credits are listed as undergraduate or graduate, depending on the level of credits available for a specific program. Unless otherwise indicated, all credits given are for the length of that program. If no graduate credit levels are given, they are not available. We have included a list of programs offering graduate credits later in this introduction.

Program Description: Each program offers unique areas of interest and has distinct characteristics. Use this description to decide if a program meets your basic needs, has the qualities you desire, and offers the academic areas you are interested in. Remember, these are short, concise descriptions and are not meant to be complete. If there is a program that has some of the items you want, but not all, contact the appropriate SUNY campus to find out more about it.

Application Deadlines: Deadlines are given by semester, with the deadline for the fall semester listed first unless otherwise indicated. Where appropriate, we have indicated that late applications will be considered.

Language of Instruction: Many programs have a language requirement; others do not. Please check to make sure you are able to take classes in the language of instruction. Note: There are programs that offer instruction in English even if the native language is not English. We have included a list of these programs later in this introduction.

SUNY Campus: Each program lists the campus you should contact for additional information. If you have any questions at all about any of the programs listed here, please don’t hesitate to contact the Office of International Programs at the appropriate SUNY campus using the information listed on the next two pages. They are happy to help in any way possible.

But don’t think that if you can’t speak a foreign language that you can’t enroll in a foreign language program! Some non-English based programs are designed for students

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CONTACT INFORMATION

SUNY Canton International Programs Office FO 232A 34 Cornell Drive Canton, New York 13617 Tel: (315) 386-7608, Fax: (315) 386-7907 E-mail: international@canton.edu http://www.canton.edu/international/study_abroad.html

University at Albany Study Abroad and Exchanges 1400 Washington Ave., SL G40 Albany, New York 12222 Tel: (518) 591-8170, Fax: (518) 591-8171 E-mail: studyabroad@uamail.albany.edu http://www.albany.edu/studyabroad

Cayuga Community College Office of International Relations, Travel Study Programs 197 Franklin Street Auburn, New York 13021 Tel: (315) 255-1743 ext. 2258, Fax: (315) 255-2117 E-mail: emily.cameron@cayuga-cc.edu http://www.cayuga-cc.edu/

Alfred State College Office of International Education 10 Upper College Drive Alfred, New York 14802 Tel: (607) 587-4058, Fax: (607) 587-4340 E-mail: herrittl@alfredstate.edu http://www.alfredstate.edu/

SUNY Cobleskill Cobleskill, New York 12043 Tel: 518-255-5558. Fax: 518-255-5113 E-mail: jagends@cobleskill.edu http://www.cobleskill.edu/

Binghamton University Office of International Programs P.O. Box 6000, Nelson A. Rockefeller Center, G-1 Binghamton, New York 13902-6000 Tel: (607) 777-2336, Fax: (607) 777-2889 E-mail: oip@binghamton.edu http://oip.binghamton.edu/

SUNY Cortland International Programs Office Old Main, Room 219, P.O. Box 2000 Cortland, New York 13045 Tel: (607) 753-2209, Fax: (607) 753-5989 E-mail: studyabroad@cortland.edu http://www.cortland.edu/studyabroad

The College at Brockport Office of International Education 350 New Campus Drive Brockport, New York 14420 Tel: (585) 395-2119/1-800-298-SUNY Fax: (585) 637-3218 E-mail: overseas@brockport.edu http://www.brockport.edu/studyabroad

Farmingdale State College Center for International Students and Programs 2350 Broad Hollow Road Farmingdale, New York 11735 Tel: (631) 420-2396, Fax: (631) 420-2235 E-mail: studyabroad@farmingdale.edu http://farmingdale.edu/quicklinks/IFS_International_ Programs.html

Broome Community College International Programs P.O. Box 1017 Binghamton, New York 13902-1017 Tel: (607) 778-5030, Fax: (607) 778-5394 E-mail: studyabroad@sunybroome.edu http://bccstudyabroad.wordpress.com

Fashion Institute of Technology Office of International Programs 7th Avenue at 27th Street, Rm B119 New York, NY 10001-5992 Tel: (212) 217-5380, Fax: (212) 217-5381 E-mail: oip@fitnyc.edu http://fitnyc.edu/studyabroad

Buffalo State College Office of International Education 1300 Elmwood Avenue South Wing 410 Buffalo, New York 14222-1095 Tel: (716) 878-4620, Fax: (716) 878-3054 E-mail: intleduc@buffalostate.edu http://www.buffalostate.edu/studyabroad

SUNY Fredonia International Education Center 8 LoGrasso Hall Fredonia, New York 14063 Tel: (716) 673-3451, Fax: (716) 673-3175 E-mail: international.education@fredonia.edu http://www.fredonia.edu/internationaleducation/ studyabroad/programs

University at Buffalo Study Abroad Programs 210 Talbert Hall, North Campus Buffalo, New York 14260-1604 Tel: (716) 645-3912, Fax: (716) 645-6197 E-mail: studyabroad@buffalo.edu http://www.buffalo.edu/studyabroad

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SUNY Geneseo Office of Study Abroad 1 College Circle Geneseo, New York 14454-1450 Tel: (585) 245-5546, Fax: (585) 245-5032 E-mail: studyabroad@geneseo.edu http://studyabroad.geneseo.edu

SUNY Potsdam Office of International Education and Programs Sisson Hall, 44 Pierrepont Avenue Potsdam, New York 13676-2294 Tel: (315) 267-2507, Fax: (315) 267-4890 E-mail: international@potsdam.edu http://www.potsdam.edu/academics/international/index.cfm

SUNY New Paltz Center for International Programs 1 Hawk Drive New Paltz, New York 12561 Tel: (845) 257-3125, Fax: (845) 257-3129 E-mail: studyabroad@newpaltz.edu http://www.newpaltz.edu/studyabroad

Purchase College Office of International Student Services Campus Center South 3008, 735 Anderson Hill Rd Purchase, New York 10577 Tel: (914) 251-6032 / 6585, Fax: (914) 251-6034 E-mail: studyabroad@purchase.edu http://www.purchase.edu/academics/studyabroad

Old Westbury Office of International Enrollment Services P.O. Box 307 Old Westbury, New York 11568-0210 Tel: (516) 876-3906, Fax: (516) 876-3909 E-mail: overseas@oldwestbury.edu http://www.oldwestbury.edu/academics/abroad.cfm

Rockland Community College Center for International Studies 145 College Road Suffern, New York 10901 Tel: (845) 574-4205, Fax: (845) 574-4423 E-mail: study-abroad@sunyrockland.edu http://www.sunyrockland.edu/go/study-abroad

College at Oneonta Office of International Education 111 Schumacher Hall Oneonta, New York 13820 Tel: (607) 436-3369, Fax: (607) 436-2475 E-mail: katherine.bronk@oneonta.edu http://www.oneonta.edu/academics/inted/

Stony Brook University Study Abroad and Student International Exchanges E5340 Melville Library Stony Brook, New York 11794-3397 Tel: (631) 632-7030, Fax: (631) 632-6544 E-mail: studyabroad@sunysb.edu http://www.stonybrook.edu/studyabroad

Onondaga Community College Academic Initiatives 4941 Onondaga Road Syracuse, New York 13215 Tel: (315) 498-2490, Fax: (315) 498-2459 E-mail: fancherd@sunyocc.edu http://sunyocc.edu/credit/studyabroad

Suffolk County Community College Office of General Education 533 College Road Selden, New York 11784 Tel: (631) 451-4440 E-mail: studyabroad@sunysuffolk.edu http://department.sunysuffolk.edu/StudyAbroad

SUNY Oswego Office of International Education and Programs 100 Sheldon Hall Oswego, New York 13126 Tel: (315) 312-2118 Fax: (315) 312-2477 E-mail: intled@oswego.edu https://oswego.studyabroad.com/index.cfm

SUNYIT School of Business P.O. Box 3050 Utica, New York 13504-3050 Tel: (315) 792-7429, Fax: (315) 792-7138 E-mail: cakicis@sunyit.edu http://www.studyabroad.sunyit.edu

SUNY Plattsburgh Global Education Office 101 Broad Street Plattsburgh, New York 12901 Tel: (518) 564-3287 / 1-800-388-6784 Fax: (518) 564-3292 E-mail: geo@plattsburgh.edu http://www.plattsburgh.edu/academics/studyabroad

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PROGRAMS OFFERING INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH

Egypt: American University Cairo, Cairo; Semester Exchange Program in Egypt, Cairo Finland: Jyvaskyla University of Applied Sciences, Jyvaskyla; University of Oulu Exchange, Oulu; Abo Akademi University Exchange, Turku

The following semester and academic year programs offer instruction in English (listed by country and city of each program). Short-term programs are not included in this list. The logical choices, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom and South Africa are also not included. Rather we have included programs where instruction is offered in English even though the native language in the host country is not English. These programs offer you even greater opportunities to study abroad even if you do not speak a foreign language. If you have questions about any particular program, feel free to contact the SUNY campus that sponsors that program.

France: Institute for American Universities, Aix-enProvence; University of Grenoble Exchange, Grenoble; University of La Rochelle, La Rochelle; University of Montpellier II Exchange, Montpellier; University of Montpellier III, Montpellier; IPAG, Nice; EICAR Cinema and Screen Studies Program, Paris; Sciences Po Lille, Lille Germany: Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences, Asehaffenburg; German Sport University, Cologne; Freiberg University, Freiberg; Munich University of Applied Sciences, Munich; University of Osnabrueck, Osnabueck; University of Bonn, Bonn; Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Darmstadt; Hochschule Fulda, Fulda

Argentina: Study Abroad in Argentina, Buenos Aires; Universidad del Salvador - PIC Language Immersion, Buenos Aires

Ghana: University of Ghana, Legon, Accra; University of Cape Coast, Accra

Austria: University of Graz European Studies and Coursework in English, Graz

Greece: Odyssey in Athens, Athens

Belgium: Vesalius College, Brussels

Hungary: Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest; University of Pecs, Pecs

Belize: Belize Internships, Various Locations

India: India Internships, Jaipur; KEI/ UAlbany at Symbiosis University, Pune; India Institute of Technology Roorke, Roorkee

Bulgaria: American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad Chile: Escuela Fronteras, Santiago; University of Viña Del Mar, Viña Del Mar

Israel: Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva; Haifa University, Haifa; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem; Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv

China: Beijing Semester, Beijing; Capital Normal University, Beijing; Nanjing University, Beijing; Zhejiang Gongshang University, Hangzhou; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong; The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; The City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong; Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; Wuyi University, Jingmen (Guandong); Zhejiang Wanli University, Ningbo; Shandong Finance Institute, Shandong; Fudan University, Shanghai; Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai; Shanghai Semester, Shanghai; Jinan University, Shipai (Guanzhou); Central University for the Nationalities, Beijing; Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Hangzhou (Zhejiang province); Zhejiang University of Technology, Hangzhou (Zhejiang province); Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan (Hubei province)

Italy: Florence Internships, Florence; Florence Semester Program, Florence; Florence University of the Arts, Florence; Scuola Lorenzo de Medici, Tuscania; Bocconi University, Milan; Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan; Siena Program, Siena; Sorrento Study Abroad, Sorrento; Scuola Lorenzo de' Medici, Tuscania; Instituto Venezia, Venice; Scuola Lorenzo de Medici, Art and Art History, Florence; Scuola Lorenzo de Medici, Italian Civilization and Culture, Florence; Scuola Lorenzo de Medici, Italian Language and Culture, Florence; FIT Liberal Arts in Florence, Florence; American University of Rome, International Business and International Relations, Rome; American University of Rome, Italian Civilization and Culture, Rome; American Universityof Rome, Italian Studies, Rome; Accademic Italiana, Florence, Rome; The Umbra Institute, Perugia; John Cabot University, Rome; Bocconi University, Milan

Costa Rica: University of Costa Rica Exchange, San Jose; University Veritas, San José; Czech Republic: Masaryk University, Brno; Charles University, Prague

Jamaica: University of the West Indies Exchange, Barbados, Jamaica or Trinidad; Jamaica Performing Arts Program, Kingston

Denmark: Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen; Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS), Copenhagen

Japan: Akita International University, Akita; Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka; Kansai Gaidai University, Hirakata City (Osaka); Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, Nagasaki; Japanese Studies, Yamagata; University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba

Dominican Republic: Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), Santo Domingo, Santiago Ecuador: Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil, Guayaquil

Kazakhstan: Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (KIMEP), Almaty 10

Turkey: Hacettepe University, Ankara; Language and Internship at Ataturk University, Erzurum; Bosphorus University, Istanbul; Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul; Izmir University of Economics, Izmir; Sabanci University, Istanbul; IUE–SUNY Cobleskill Exchange Program, Izmir

Kenya: United States International University (USIU), Nairobi; Turkana Basin Field School, Lake Turkana Korea: Hallym University Exchange, Chuncheon; Kyungpook National University in Korea, Daegu, South Korea; Chungnam National University, Daejeon; Yeungnam University Exchange, Gyeongsan; Kangnung National University, Kangnung; Dongguk University, Seoul; Ewha Womans University, Seoul; Seoul National University, School of International and Area Studies, Seoul; Yonsei University Exchange, Seoul; Sogang University Exchange, Seoul; Korea University, Seoul; Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon; Konkuk University, Seoul; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul; Ajou University, Suwon; Sol Bridge, International School of Business, Daeron; POSTECH – Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang; Inha University, Incheon; Gachon University, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do; Soongsil University, Seoul; Hanyang University, Seoul; Chung-Ang University, Seoul; Sangmyung University, Seoul; Yonsei University at Wonju-Global Village, Wonju

United Arab Emirates: American University in Dubai, Dubai Various: Partnership for Service Learning; Internships Abroad Venezuela: VENUSA, Merida Vietnam: The Brockport Vietnam Program, Danang

PROGRAMS OFFERING GRADUATE CREDIT The following programs offer graduate credit to students. They are divided into two sections: (1) Semester and Academic Year Programs, and (2) Short-Term Programs. They are further organized according to the country and title of each program. The title might reflect the host institution or it could be an actual descriptive title. The title given is the one under which the program is listed in this directory. If you have questions about any particular program, feel free to contact the SUNY campus that sponsors that program.

Madagascar: Institute for the Conservation of Tropical Environments, Ranomafana National Park Mexico: Universidad Internacional, Cuernavaca; Universidad de las Américas, Puebla; Mexican Solidarity Network, Various Cities; ITESM (Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey), Cuernavaca

Semester and Academic Year Programs Australia: Monash University, Melbourne; University of Newcastle, Newcastle

Morocco: Al Akhawayan University of Ifrane, Ifrane Netherlands: Amsterdam School of Business, Amsterdam; Groningen Exchange, Groningen; Leiden University, Leiden; University of Arnhem and Nijmegen Exchange, Arnhem, Nijmegen; Tilburg University Exchange, Tilburg; Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam

Austria: University of Graz German Language and Culture, Graz Brazil: State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Campinas

Norway: University of Bergen Exchange, Bergen; University of Oslo, Oslo; University of Stavanger, Stavanger

China: Beijing Normal University, Beijing; Capital Normal University, Beijing (Cortland); Capital Normal University, Beijing (U Buffalo); Peking University, Beijing; Fudan University, Shanghai

Poland: Kielce, Poland Program, Kielce Russia: State University of Management, Moscow; St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg; Russian Language and Culture Studies/ Internship, Tula

Costa Rica: University of Costa Rica Exchange, San José France: MICEFA, Paris

Spain: University of Alcala, Alcalá; European University of Madrid, Madrid; Internships and Study at Universidad Fransisco de Vitoria, Madrid; Sevilla Conservatory, Spain: Music Concentration, Sevilla; AIP Language Institute, Valencia; University of Granada Center of Modern Languages, Granada; University of Deusto, Bilbao; Universitat Pompeu Fabra (ESCI), Barcelona; European University of Madrid, Madrid

Germany: University of Leipzig, Leipzig; University of Wuerzburg Exchange, Wuerzburg; Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt Ireland: Waterford Institute of Technology, Dublin Italy: Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan; Bocconi University, Milan; University of Siena, Siena Korea: Korea University, Seoul; Yonsei University Exchange, Seoul

Sweden: Gothenburg University Exchange, Goteborg; Lulea University, Lulea; Linnaeus University, Vaxjo, Kalmar, and Hultsfred Campuses; Mälardalen University, Eskilstuna and Västerås; Kristianstad University, Kristianstad

Mexico: Universidad Internacional, Cuernavaca; Universidad de las Américas, Puebla

Taiwan: National Taiwan University, Taipei; National Chung Hsing University, Taichung

Netherlands: University of Arnhem and Nijmegen, Nijmegen; Tilburg University, Tilburg

Tanzania: Tanzania Service Learning Program, Arusha, Maasailand

Philippines: University of the Philippines-Diliman, Quezon City

Morocco: Al Akhawayan University of Ifrane, Ifrane

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Spain: Spanish Language and Culture in Madrid, Madrid; University of Salamanca, Salamanca; Islamic Spain, Spain and Morocco

Russia: Moscow State University, Moscow South Africa: University of Cape Town, Cape Town Spain: University of Granada Center of Modern Languages, Granada

Tanzania: Global Service Corps, Arusha Thailand: Global Service Corps, Various Locations

Taiwan: National Taiwan University Exchange, Taipei

Turkey: Globalization and International Business from a Turkish Perspective, Istanbul

Thailand: International College at Mahidol University – Thailand, Salaya

United Kingdom: British Perspectives on the American Revolution, London (England); London Art Seminar, London (England); University of Westminster- Summer School, London (England); Oxford University – Summer, Oxford (England)

Trinidad and Togabo: University of the West Indies Exchange, St. Augustine Turkey: Bosphorus University, Istanbul United Kingdom: Queen Margaret University College (QMUC), Edinburgh (Scotland); University of Strathclyde, Glasgow (Scotland); University of York, York

Various: On-Site Studies in Art History Abroad; Business in Europe

Short-Term Programs

PROGRAMS OFFERING INTERNSHIPS and VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Australia: Australia/ Fiji Summer Tour, Australia, Fiji Bahamas: Marine Biology in the Bahamas, San Salvador Island

The following programs offer students either internships or volunteer and service learning opportunities. They are divided into two sections: (1) Semester and Academic Year Programs and (2) Short-Term Programs. They are further organized according to the country and title of each program. The title might reflect the host institution or it could be an actual descriptive title. The title given is the one under which the program is listed in this directory. If you have questions about any particular program, feel free to contact the SUNY campus that sponsors that program.

Belize: Belize Summer Teachers Institute, San Ignacio Brazil: Health in Brazil, Various Cambodia: Global Service Corps, Various China: China Summer Study: History, Culture and the Arts, Various; Higher Education Administration in China, Shanghai and Beijing Costa Rica: Summer Institute for Teachers of Spanish, San José Cuba: Universidad de la Habana, Havana

Semester and Academic Year Programs

Denmark: International Social Welfare, Copenhagen

Germany: German Language and Culture at Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Darmstadt

Australia: University of Ballarat, Ballarat; Australian National University (ANU), Canberra; Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne; Macquarie University – Sydney, Sydney; Sydney Study and Internship Program, Sydney, New South Wales; University of New South Wales Internship Program, Sydney

Ghana: Engaging Africa: Ethnographic Study in Ghana, Accra

Austria: University of Graz German Language and Culture, Graz

India: Indian Culture, Economy & Society, Indian Culture, Economy & Society

Belize: Belize Internships, Various Locations

Dominican Republic: Community Health and Nursing, Juan Dulio Egypt: American University Cairo, Cairo

China: Beijing Semester, Beijing; CAPA Beijing Internship Program or Intensive Chinese Language and Culture Program, Beijing

Ireland: Ireland Special Education Program, Dublin and various locations; National University of Ireland, Irish Studies or Gaelic Language, Galway; Art in Ireland, Dingle

Costa Rica: The Costa Rica Program, San José; ConversaLanguage Immersion/Internship, Santa Ana

Mexico: Spanish Language and Cultural Immersion Program - Winter Intersession, Cuernavaca

Dominican Republic: Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), Santo Domingo

New Zealand: International Study of Culture and Leisure: New Zealand, Various; Understanding Intergroup Relations in New Zealand, Various

Ecuador: Espíritu Santo University, Guayaquil, Guayaquil (New paltz); Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil (Broome)

Poland: Experiencing the New Europe, Wroclaw

France: Institute for American Universities, Aixen-Provence; University of Montpellier III, Montpellier

Russia: Russia Internship Program, Moscow; Novgorod, Russia Summer Program, Novgorod; Russian History and Culture, St. Petersburg; Advanced Critical Language Institute, St. Petersburg

Germany: German Sport University, Cologne; Hochschule Fulda, Fulda 12

Short-Term Programs

India: India Internships, Jaipur, Delhi or Mumbai; KEI/ UAlbany at Symbiosis University, Pune

Australia: Macquire University- Summer Internships in Sydney, Sydney; Sydney Summer Internship Program, Sydney

Ireland: Dublin Internships, Dublin; Griffith College, Dublin Israel: Haifa University, Haifa; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem; Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva; Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv

Cambodia: Global Service Corps, Various China: CAPA Beijing Summer Internship Program, Beijing; Internship and Chinese Language in Shanghai, Shanghai

Italy: Florence Semester Program, Florence; Florence Internships, Florence; Sorrento Study Abroad, Sorrento

Costa Rica: The Costa Rica Program, San José; Costa Rica – Tropical Biology Field Study, Various

Kenya: United States International University, Nairobi Mexico: Universidad Internacional, Cuernavaca

Ecuador: Summer Latin American Studies in Ecuador, Guayaquil

Netherlands: University of Arnhem and Nijmegen, Nijmegen

Germany: German Language and Culture at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt

Russia: Russian Language and Culture Studies/ Internship, Tula

India: KEI/ UAlbany at Symbiosis University, Pune

Spain: Internships and Study at Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Madrid; International Institute - Madrid, Madrid; University of Deusto, Bilbao

Ireland: Business Internship Program with University College Dublin, Dublin; Dublin internships – Summer, Dublin

Tanzania: University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam

Italy: Florence Internship – Summer, Florence; Florence, Italy

Turkey: Language and Internship at Ataturk University, Erzurum

Mexico: Spanish Language and Cultural Immersion Program, Cuernavaca; Language and Culture in Oaxaca, Oaxaca

United Kingdom: London Semester Program, London (England); Middlesex University, London (England); University of Westminster, London (England); London Metropolitan University, London (England); London Internships, London (England); American Intercontinental University, London (England); University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth (England); University of Wales, Swansea (Wales); Foundations for International Education London, London (England)

Nicaragua: International Service-Learning Internship, El Sauce Russia: Novgorod, Russia Summer Program, Novgorod; Russia Internship Program, Moscow Tanzania: Global Service Corps, Arusha Thailand: Global Service Corps, Various Locations

Various: Internships Abroad, Various Locations

Turkey: Globalization and International Business from a Turkish Perspective, Istanbul

Vietnam: The Brockport Vietnam Program, Danang

United Kingdom: London Summer Study and Internship Program, London (England); American Intercontinental University, London (England); London Internships, London (England); Summer Internship Fashion Merchandising in London, London; Foundations for International Education - London, London Various: Operation Crossroads Africa (OCA); Global Service Corp

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SEMESTER and ACADEMIC YEAR PROGRAMS

Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 1; Spring, October 1 Universidad del Salvador - Exchange Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year, Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Albany's exchange program with USAL or the Universidad del Salvador is a direct enrollment option for students with a high level of Spanish language skills. This private, Jesuit University, founded in 1956 is home to more than 18,000 students, enrolled in 74 undergraduate and 81 graduate degrees. USAL is a large, urban university located in the heart of Buenos Aires cultural and business center. Known for its programs in Medicine, Tourism, Social Science, Modern Languages and International Trade, this university offers coursework both for students with a high level of Spanish language skills. For students with lower level Spanish language skills, a study abroad option is available. This intensive Spanish language option is perfect for those whose language abilities are not yet at the level for direct enrollment. Intensive Spanish language instruction can also be done over the summer prior to enrolling in the exchange program at USAL. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA, Juniors, Seniors and highly qualified Sophomores Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Fall; March 15, Spring; late applications considered

ARGENTINA Study Abroad in Argentina Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Spanish Program Description: SUNY Oswego offers a semester or academic year study abroad program in Argentina with CAPA Buenos Aires Study Center hosted at Universidad Austral, a small private university in the heart of Buenos Aires. Students will enroll in four or more courses for a total for 12 to 15 credits. Students have the opportunity to study Spanish while taking courses in art, history, business, economics, history, international relations, literature, journalism, politics, and sociology, all of which are taught in English. The program also offers courses in Spanish Literature and Latin American Studies. This program is open to students of all language abilities. Students will reside with a host family. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; no language requirement Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15 Study Abroad in Argentina Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Pontificia Universidad Cat贸lica Argentina (UCA) is one of the largest private universities in Argentina. Located in Puerto Madero, the central campus is accessible by colectivo (bus) and subte (metro), and is a short walk from the city's historical and financial districts, yet offers quiet surroundings. It is only a few blocks away from a 1,000-acre natural preserve. The University offers courses in: Economics, Commerce, Marketing, Business, Political Science, International Relations, Law, Engineering, Computer Science, Philosophy, Literature, History, Music and Musicology, Education, Journalism, Institutional Communications, Advertising, Agriculture and Theology. Eligibility Requirements: Students who have completed at least two full-time semesters of college level study are eligible. Minimum GPA of 2.5 required. Must have completed Int Spanish II prior to participation.

Universidad del Salvador - PIC Language Immersion Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish, English Program Description: For students with lower level Spanish language skills, the USAL, PIC language immersion program is a perfect option. This study abroad option offers intensive Spanish language combined with cultural outings and instruction. This program is perfect for those whose language abilities are not yet at the level for direct enrollment. Intensive Spanish language instruction can also be done over the summer prior to enrolling in the exchange program at USAL. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA, Juniors, Seniors and highly qualified Sophomores Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Fall; March 15, Spring; late applications considered

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Universidad Nacional de Cordoba Exchange Country: Argentina Location: Cordoba Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This exchange program is hosted at the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, the oldest university in Argentina (established in 1613 by Jesuits). The Facultad de Lenguas offers an array of courses that help meet and/or complement the requirements of Spanish majors. In addition to taking courses in Spanish language, linguistics and literature, students may also participate in semester-long courses about comparative language and culture, multiculturalism, and teaching Spanish as a second language. Semesters run from August to November/December and April to July. Housing is with host families. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Spring, September 1; Fall, March 1

University of South Australia Country: Australia Location: Adelaide Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring (Academic Year available for study abroad option) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: In addition to a limited number of exchange slots, this program also offers a study abroad option not restricted by the number of Australian students coming to Buffalo. Strong offerings in Australian and Aboriginal Studies facilitate learning about the culture and the natural environment. Adelaide is a cosmopolitan city with much to offer but small enough to make getting around a simple matter. The first semester begins in late February; the second semester begins in late July. Fields of study include Aboriginal, Asian, and Australian studies, architecture, business, communication, computer science, education, engineering, environmental studies, fine, visual and performing arts, gender studies, health, history, humanities, information technology, interior design, international studies, journalism, language (Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Kaurna, Pitjantjatjara, and Spanish), literature, math, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, physical education, political science, practical classroom experience, psychology, recreation planning and management, religion, social work, sociology, sports science, and tourism and hospitality. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; preference given to Juniors and Seniors; 2.75 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications considered for study abroad option for Fall

AUSTRALIA University of Adelaide Country: Australia Location: Adelaide Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Adelaide is Australia's third oldest and most prestigious "Ivy League" University. The Australian Government ranks the University of Adelaide in the top group of Australian Universities for teaching, curriculum development, and research. Adelaide is the capital of South Australia and is the gateway to the Australian Outback, the ideal place to study and live. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Adelaide. Prior to departure, participants select three courses from those available to study abroad students at the University of Adelaide. All instruction is by University of Adelaide faculty. Fall semester typically runs from mid-July through November; spring from mid-February through June. Fields of study include liberal arts and social sciences. For the most up-to-date information on Brockports programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 2.8 GPA; 3.0 GPA in major Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, Academic Year: April 12; Spring: November 1; Summer: March 15

University of Ballarat Country: Australia Location: Ballarat Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Ballarat (UB)is located in the city of Ballarat, a city of some 90,000 residents located about 1.5 hours from the city of Melbourne in the state of Victoria. Students direct enroll with Australian students. The University of Ballarat has two campuses at which U.S. students generally study: the Mt. Helen Campus and the Camp Street Campus. Students wishing to study in the following disciplines attend class at the Mt. Helen Campus, located approximately 8 km from downtown Ballarat: Social Sciences and Humanities, Business, Education, Human Movement and Sport Sciences, Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, Nursing, Science and Engineering. Internships are also available in a variety of disciplines. Human Movement 510 (HM510) is available to international students studying at

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UB. This course introduces students to Australia through a variety of field trips and weekend excursions focused on outdoor activities. The Camp Street Campus, located in downtown Ballarat, is dedicated to Studio Art, Graphic Art and Design and the Performing Arts. A limited number of Art History courses are available, too. UB offers a special curriculum in Australian studies designed specifically for international students. There are various combinations of courses designed to fit the academic requirements of students from a number of majors. For more information on UB and its course offerings, access www.ballarat.edu.au Both on- and off-campus housing is available at the Mt. Helen and Camp Street campuses. Airport pickup, overseas health cover and a comprehensive orientation are included in the program fee. Eligibility Requirements: Students must have an overall GPA of 2.5 and must be in good academic standing. Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Queensland University of Technology Country: Australia Location: Brisbane Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students of business, technology, and the arts and sciences should consider a semester at QUT, a university that boasts a rich and diverse cultural life. Its three campuses offer courses relevant to US students' wide variety of academic needs. Courses at QUT maintain a balance of theory and practical skills. It is a dynamic and innovative institution with courses that meet the needs of industry, business, and academic research. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15 University of Queensland Country: Australia Location: Brisbane Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Queensland is one of Australia's largest and most prestigious universities. It is an ideal place to study, with excellent teaching, research, cultural, and sporting facilities. It also has an ideal location and climate! Brisbane is a vibrant, modern city of approximately 1.5 million people. An hour from Brisbane, you will find Australia's famous Gold Coast, a beach city that accommodates visitors all year around due to its warm climate and beach setting. Fields of study at UQ include Aboriginal and Australian studies, agriculture, anthropology, archaeology, architecture, art history, business, communication and cultural studies, computer science, criminal justice, development studies, drama, economics, education, engineering, English, environmental science, health, history, hospitality and tourism management, information technology, journalism, languages, law, linguistics, marine sciences, marketing, math, music, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, political science, psychology, social sciences, social work, sociology, and women's studies. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March 15; Spring, October 1

Griffith University Country: Australia Location: Brisbane Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Located in and around Brisbane, a city of more than one million people located near the coast in the state of Queensland, Griffith University has six campuses offering courses in a wide variety of disciplines. The Queensland Conservatorium of Music and the Queensland College of Art are part of Griffith University and are located in Brisbane's well-known art precinct on the South Bank of the Brisbane River. A myriad of course offerings from a wide range of disciplines are offered at Griffith's other campuses: Nathan and Mt. Gravatt (17 km from the city center; Logan (approximately a half hour from downtown Brisbane) and the Gold Coast (about an hour's drive south of Brisbane, near Surfer's Paradise.) Griffith is an excellent choice in particular for students interested in art, music, cinema, communication, health, science, business, sport management and exercise studies and psychology. Other course offerings are available. For information on Griffith University, access www.griffith.edu.au. Students direct enroll in university courses. On campus housing is available at the Mt. Gravatt, Nathan, Logan and Gold Coast campuses. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 15

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The University of Queensland Country: Australia Location: Brisbane Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Queensland is one of Australia's top three universities and a member of the prestigious Group of Eight (GO8) research intensive institutions. Fields of study include accounting, advertising, anthropology, applied health science, art history, biochemistry, communication and cultural studies, economics, environmental studies, international relations, physics, tourism management, and women's studies. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

All instruction is by University of Canberra faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through November and spring from mid-February through June. Fields of study include liberal arts, and social sciences. For the most up-todate information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 12, Spring: November 1, Summer: March 1 Australian National University (ANU) Country: Australia Location: Canberra Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: ANU is both a teaching institution and a center for original research in the humanities, the natural, physical, & social sciences, and the creative arts. ANU is located in the heart of Canberra, a beautifully planned garden city surrounded by native bushland. Participants have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at ANU. Prior to departure, participants select three courses from those available to study abroad students at ANU. All instruction is by ANU faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through earlyDecember and spring from early-February through mid-July. Students who participate in the ANU Internship Program will meet ANU's academic requirements, taking 1/3 of the program in ANU coursework and 2/3 in an internship placement. The ANU Internship program runs during the summer also, mid-May through July. Placements can be in Parliament, the Australian Public Service, the Australian Capital Territory Assembly or Service, or with a wide range of non-governmental and community organizations. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 12; November 1

James Cook University Country: Australia Location: Cairns and Townsville Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside Australian students. Fields of study include anthropology, education, exercise science, occupational therapy, computing, journalism, psychology, music and theatre. JCU's zoology, tropical ecology, and molecular and earth sciences courses are among the most respected in the country. Eligibility Requirements: 2.8 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15 University of Canberra Country: Australia Location: Canberra Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Study in the capital of Australia! The University of Canberra is three hours from Sydney and two hours from scenic beaches and snowfields. It is a location ideal for exploring Australia. The University of Canberra is close to the central business district and next to the Australian Institute of Sport, the Canberra Institute of Technology, and several government agencies. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Canberra. Prior to departure, participants select three courses from those available to study abroad students at the University of Canberra.

Australia National University Country: Australia Location: Canberra Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Fields of study include engineering and related technologies, information technology and computer science, health and medical studies, environmental sciences and resource management, natural and physical sciences, society and culture.

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Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

communications and media studies, computer and information sciences, film and television, international relations, journalism, law, health sciences, sports coaching and management, psychology, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 15; Spring: October 1

Charles Darwin University Country: Australia Location: Darwin (Northern Territory) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Charles Darwin University is located in Darwin; Australia's youngest city. Its comfortable, pollution-free tropical climate, excellent public facilities and unique location (close to some of the world's most magnificent wilderness reserves), has attracted some of Australia's youngest population. Participants have the opportunity to enroll directly into regular Charles Darwin University classes. Prior to departure, participants select four courses from those available to study abroad students at CDU. All instruction is by Charles Darwin University faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through earlyDecember, and spring from early-February through mid-July. Fields of study include a wide range of liberal arts and social science courses. For more up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 12; Spring: November 1

Southern Cross University- Summer Country: Australia Location: Lismore Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Southern Cross University is a highly regarded Australian Government University that is recognized throughout the world. It offers high quality academic programs in an environment that is safe, relaxed, friendly and supportive. The University is a popular destination for study abroad students who are seeking a unique experience with the opportunity to discover the true culture, environment and hospitality of Australia. Southern Cross University is located in the city of Lismore in Northern New South Wales, in the heart of the Bundjalung nation. Lismore is a small university city of 40,000 people with all of the services of a large city but with a far more relaxed lifestyle. It is a region unsurpassed in natural beauty and has a tropical climate. The campus is in a natural migratory path for some local koala bears. The University offers students access to Australia's best beaches (Bryon Bay being a 45 minute drive away) and rainforests. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, GPA of 2.75 or higher for major and overall GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 12; Spring: November 1; Summer: March 15

Bond University Country: Australia Location: Gold Coast Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The most important fact you should know about Bond University is that it follows an academic calendar similar to the US semester system. The school year offers three full time semesters: September-December, January-May and May-August, unlike most other Australian universities whose semesters are February-July and JulyNovember. Bond is located on Australia's famous Gold Coast, a seaside city in the state of Queensland that attracts visitors all year around due to its warm climate and ocean setting. An hour away, you will also find one of Australia's largest and most vibrant cities - Brisbane. As one of Australia's newest universities, Bond emphasizes personalized instruction, the importance of an international student body and innovative courses and teaching methods. At Bond, you will directly enroll into regular university courses for the full-time Fall, Spring semesters. Fields of study during the full time semesters include: business,

Southern Cross University Country: Australia Location: Lismore (New South Wales) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Southern Cross University is located at Australia's best address, the north coast of New South Wales, 45 minutes from Byron Bay and 90 minutes (by car) south of the Gold Coast. This region is full of rainforests and unspoiled beaches, while the campus is full of greenery and next to a koala sanctuary. Participants have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at Southern Cross University. Prior to departure, students select three or four courses from those available to study abroad students at

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Program Description: In addition to a limited number of exchange slots, this program offers a study abroad option not restricted by the number of Australian students coming to Buffalo. The city and suburban campuses offer a broad curriculum with particular strengths in applied areas, as well as a variety of exciting liberal arts subjects. The first semester begins in late February, the second in late July. Fields of study include architecture, broadcasting, business, communications, computer science, criminal justice, economics, education, engineering, environmental studies, fashion design and technology, fine and visual arts, health, information technology, interior design, journalism, language (Chinese , French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Spanish), literature, math, natural and physical sciences, practical classroom experience, physical education, psychology, recreation, social work, sociology, sports science, and technology. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; Preference given to Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications accepted for the study abroad option for Fall

SCU. All instruction is by Southern Cross University faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through earlyDecember and spring for early-February through mid-July. Fields of study include sculpture, music, painting, photography, ceramics, physical education, aquatic sciences and many more liberal art and social science areas. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 12; Spring: November 1 Deakin University Country: Australia Location: Melbourne Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Deakin is one of Australia's largest Universities. Deakin is divided into five campuses, three of which are located in metropolitan Melbourne. Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside Australian students. Fields of study include arts, business, economics, education, engineering, environmental studies, humanities, natural sciences, physical education, and social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Swinburne University of Technology Country: Australia Location: Melbourne Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Swinburne is located in Melbourne's eastern suburb of Hawthorn, a relaxed, friendly, multicultural area offering an exceptional and unique quality of life. Swinburne University of Technology is a multidiscipline, multicampus provider of higher education of national and international significance. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at Swinburne University of Technology. Prior to departure, students select three courses per semester from those that are available to study abroad students at SUT in faculties of Business; Arts and Social Sciences; Computing and Information Technology; Design; Tourism; Engineering and Technology; Multimedia; and Applied Sciences. SUT also offers semester-long internship programs, that are available in most majors. All instruction is by SUT faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through early December, and spring from early-February through mid-July. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: March 31; Spring: October 31

LaTrobe University Country: Australia Location: Melbourne Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside Australian students. Fields of study include arts, business, communications, computer science, economics, engineering, humanities, languages, social sciences, technology, and women's studies. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15 RMIT University (Melbourne, Victoria) Country: Australia Location: Melbourne Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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University of Melbourne Country: Australia Location: Melbourne Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Melbourne is located in Melbourne; the capital sity of Victoria. Melbourne is Australia's second-largest city, famous for its relaxed, friendly atmosphere, its multi-cultural population, and outstanding cuisine, all of which add to the city's exceptional and unique quality of life. The University of Melbourne is Australia's second oldest university, with a prestigious worldwide reputation for academic excellence in a wide range of subjects. The University is surrounded by shops, restaurants, art centers, libraries, sanctuaries, and beaches. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Melbourne. Prior to departure, participants select three courses from the courses available to study abroad students at the University of Melbourne. All instruction is by U of M faculty. The academic year has two 13-week teaching semesters followed by 4 weeks allocated to a one-week review "vacation" and a 3-week examination period. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through November and spring from midFebruary through June. Fields of study include liberal arts and social sciences. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Please refer to web site

Victoria University, Melbourne Country: Australia Location: Melbourne Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Victoria University is one of Australia's most innovative institutions of higher education. Students and staff provide the greatest international mix found at any Australian university. Study abroad students can choose from hundreds of courses from within four faculties: Arts, Business, Engineering and Science, and Human Development. Study abroad students will reside in the student village, a residential facility owned and operated by Victoria University. https://studioabroad.newpaltz.edu/?go=Melbourne Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a GPA of 2.5 or better Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1 University of Newcastle Country: Australia Location: Newcastle Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: In addition to a limited number of exchange slots, this program also offers a study abroad option that is not restricted by the number of Australian students coming to Buffalo. The University's Australian Studies program facilitates study of all things Australian: past, present, and future. The main campus, set on 300 acres of natural bushland, combines a country setting with the advantages of city living. The first semester begins in late February; the second semester begins in late July. Fields of study include Aboriginal studies, anthropology, architecture, biotechnology, broadcasting, business, communications, computer science, earth science, ecology, economics, education, engineering, fine, visual and performing arts, gender studies, geography, health, history, humanities, information technology, journalism, language (Chinese, French, German, Greek, Japanese, and Latin), law, leisure and tourism, linguistics, literature, math, natural and physical sciences, nutrition, philosophy, physical education, political science, practical classroom experience, psychology, religion, social work, sociology, and speech pathology. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; preference given to Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students; 3.0 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate; 16 graduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications considered for study abroad option

Monash University Country: Australia Location: Melbourne Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll directly in regular university classes at Monash University, one of Australia's leading universities. Fields of study include anthropology, business, ecology, economics, engineering, fine, visual and performing arts, history, humanities, information and computer science, law, linguistics, literature, math, social sciences, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, and religion. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, or graduate students; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 12-16 graduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 1

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Edith Cowan University Country: Australia Location: Perth Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside Australian students. Edith Cowan University is a large university divided into five campuses. Fields of study include broadcasting, business, economics, education, engineering, environmental management, languages, natural sciences, performing arts, and technology. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Program Description: The University of Western Australia is the state's premier educational institution. The campus, with its distinctive Mediterranean architecture, has established itself as a unique landmark. Extensive gardens, the University's art gallery, museums, theaters and sporting facilities are all features of UWA's exceptional campus. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Western Australia. Prior to departure, participants select three or four courses from the courses available to study abroad students at UWA. All instruction is by University of Western Australia faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through November and spring from mid-February through June. Fields of study include liberal arts, and social sciences. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 12, Spring: November 1

Murdoch University Country: Australia Location: Perth Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: A friendly environment and beautiful surroundings await students who choose Murdoch University. Situated where the wide Swan River enters the Indian Ocean, Murdoch has easy access to both the cosmopolitan environment of Perth, the capitol city of Western Australia, and the port city of Fremantle, with its sidewalk cafes and street performers. Participants enroll in regular university courses and live on campus in the Student Village with Australian and other international students. The semesters run from February to June and from July to November. Fields of study include Aboriginal and Asian studies, biological and environmental studies, marine science, business, communication and media studies, creative writing, economics, history, literature, psychology, sociology, women's studies, and more. The International Office at Murdoch provides excellent support and organizes excursions to the Australian Outback. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; qualified Sophomores considered; 3.0 GPA or higher Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15; fully complete applications considered on rolling admissions basis; late applications considered

Curtin University of Technology, Perth Country: Australia Location: Perth Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Curtin University of Technology is situated in the city of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Perth enjoys a climate similar to California and is a modern city with a low cost of living. Curtin University is Australia's leading university of technology in the region. The Australian Government ranked the university as one of the top universities for quality assurance in Higher Education. Students can choose from courses in most areas of study (Business, Health Science, Engineering and Humanities). Semesters typically run from late February to late June and late July to the end of November. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a GPA of 2.75 or higher. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1 Australia Student Teaching Country: Australia Location: Queensland Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: SUNY Fredonia's student teaching program at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) is an 9-week program that includes two courses in a four-week program in which students take specialized courses: Australian Education and Australian Curriculum Studies.

University of Western Australia Country: Australia Location: Perth Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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These courses have been designed to prepare students for their experience in Queensland schools. Students are then placed in student teaching placements in unique coastal and rural settings for thirty-five days. This student teaching program meets the requirements mandated by the New York State Education Department as well as by the State University of New York. Eligibility Requirements: Must be approved by home campus Department of Education Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: Spring: April 15

Program Description: Bond University is located on Australia’s famous Gold Coast 50 miles south of Brisbane. The study facilities are world-class, incorporating high-tech lecture theatres, the latest broadband and Wi-Fi computer connections, and libraries that are ranked among Australia’s best. Bond University has a distinctly global perspective, aspiring to a 50:50 ratio of Australian to international students. International students come from 80 countries, evenly weighted so that no nationality dominates. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 Undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1, October

University of the Sunshine Coast Country: Australia Location: Queensland Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of the Sunshine Coast is an innovative Australian university with a reputation for quality. Excellent support services and technologically advanced facilities results in work-ready graduates that have the skills to impress. It offers quality academic programs in an environment that is safe, relaxed, friendly and supportive. The University is a popular destination for study abroad students who are seeking a unique experience with the opportunity to discover the true culture, environment, and hospitality of Australia. Fields of study include Communication, Counseling, Creative Writing, Design, Human Services, Journalism, Justice and Legal Studies, Politics and International Relations, Psychology, Public Relations, Regional and Urban Planning, Social Work, Accounting, Financial Planning, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, International Business, Management, Marketing, Software Engineering, Tourism, Leisure, and Event Management, Biomedical Science, Education, Nutrition, Sport Management and Exercise Science, Environmental Science, Nursing, and Public Health. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors with a 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall and Academic Year: April 15th; Spring: October 1- late applications will be considered

Central Queensland University Country: Australia Location: Rockhampton Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program is a one-for-one undergraduate exchange in which students are enrolled in regular university classes. Central Queensland is a small institution (5,000 full-time students) that places strong emphasis on providing a caring environment and strong teaching. The Rockhampton campus is located amongst tropical gardens of native flora and fauna and adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef. The first semester begins in midFebruary; the second semester begins in mid-July. Fields of study include Aboriginal studies, Australian studies, building design, business, communications, computer science, construction management, economics, education, engineering, environmental science, geography, health, history, information technology, journalism, literature, math, music, natural and physical sciences, physical education, practical classroom experience, performing arts, psychology, sociology, science, technology, theater, and tourism. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; preference given to Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1 Macquarie University - Sydney Country: Australia Location: Sydney Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year, summer internships Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Macquarie University is located 40 minutes north of Sydney's central business district on a beautifully green campus. The university is known internationally for its groundbreaking research in areas as diverse as biology, earth science, laser physics, mathematics,

Bond University Country: Australia Location: Robina, Queensland Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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ancient history, psychology, linguistics, management and education. Participants have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at Macquarie University. Prior to departure, students select three or four courses from those available to study abroad students at MU. All instruction is by Macquarie University faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from mid-July through early-December, and spring from early February through mid-July. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA in major Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 12; Spring: November 1

At UNSW, you will directly enroll into its normal courses alongside Austrlian and other international students. UNSW maintains housing for study abroad students that are located off the campus, but which are also close to some of the city's many beaches. Fields of study include Aboriginal and Australian studies, architecture, computer science, economics, education, engineering, film and media studies, finance, geography, geology, history, industrial design, languages, law, linguistics, marine science, math, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, political science, psychology, social sciences, sociology, visual and performing arts, women's studies, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

University of Sydney Country: Australia Location: Sydney Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Sydney is the oldest and most prestigious university in Australia with an international reputation for excellence. Its main campus is located in a prime area of the city with access to the spectacular harbor and beaches, beautiful botanical gardens and parks, museums, cinemas, and theaters. Participants have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Sydney. Prior to departure, participants select three courses available to study abroad students at the University of Sydney. All instruction is by the University of Sidney faculty. The academic year consists of two 14-week teaching semesters, followed by 2-3 weeks of exams. Typically, the semesters run from mid-February through June (spring semester) and mid-July through November (fall semester). Fields of study include area studies, liberal arts, and social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: March 31, Spring: November 30

University of New South Wales Internship Program Country: Australia Location: Sydney Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: For ten years, UNSW Study Abroad has managed an internship program to expose students from abroad to real life professional work practices central to their studies. Internships are not just ‘work experience’. Some prior academic background knowledge is required to be eligible for an internship placement. Academic coordinators will assess the standing of applications. The internships are carefully planned programs of theoretical study, supervised by an academic coordinator and culminating in a written research project, combined with specific tasks monitored by a supervisor in the workplace. Students are assessed on the basis of satisfactory workplace performance, a journal, a final research project, and an exit report. Academic credit equivalent to one or two courses is given, subject to whether students participate in placements for two, three or four days per week over an 8-12 week period. Internship programs are available to UNSW Study Abroad students in Marketing, Political Science, Social Science and Policy, Media Studies, Banking and Finance, Criminal Justice and Biological/Environmental Sciences. Please note that in addition to the internship, you may need to take a other courses in order to be a full-time student per Australian immigration regulations. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

University of New South Wales Country: Australia Location: Sydney Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of New South Wales is loacted in Sydney, Australia's largest and one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities. The modern, urban campus has extensive sporting and recreational activities to complement the University's essential quality and its worldwide reputation for academics and research.

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International College of Management Country: Australia Location: Sydney Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Situated on Sydney Harbour's North Head overlooking Manly Beach and the Pacific Ocean, the International College of Management is the largest private residential college in the southern hemisphere. ICM offers courses in business, tourism, hospitality and event management programs, and specializes in hotel, restaurant and tourism management as an institution. Their facilities feature some of the most state of the art equipment and opportunities to students interest in this particular field of business. ICM received recent press coverage recently when ICM students coordinated Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban's wedding. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above, minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1; Summer, March 15

Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15 University of Southern Queensland Country: Australia Location: Toowoomba (Queensland) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Southern Queensland is located in Toowoomba, a city twice voted Australia's best city to live in. A low cost of living, pleasant surroundings, clean air, beautiful gardens and parks, and a safe, friendly atmosphere have all influenced this decision. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Southern Queensland. Prior to departure, students select three or four courses from those available to study abroad students. All instruction is by University of Southern Queensland faculty. Typically, the fall semester runs from mid-July through early-December and spring from early-February through mid-July. Fields of study include liberal arts and social sciences. For the most up-todate information on Brockport's programs in Australia, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; 2.5 GPA in major Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, Academic Year: April 12; Spring: November 1

Sydney Study and Internship Program Country: Australia Location: Sydney, New South Wales Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall; Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Sydney Study and Internship program provides a unique and specialized program for American students who will benefit from Australian professors and Australian oriented courses. Students will attend classes, as well as the option of participating in a 6 credit internship program. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15-Dec Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

ACU National (Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne) Country: Australia Location: Various Cities Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses along with Australian and international students. The multi-site distinction of ACU provides greater flexibility for an overseas program. Fields of study include art, education, humanities, human movement, information systems, natural sciences, nursing, and social sciences. Participants have the option of a homestay. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

University of Tasmania Country: Australia Location: Tasmania (Hobart, Launceston) Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside Australian and other international students at the University of Tasmania in any of the fields of study including: arts, commerce, education, social sciences, theater, health sciences and more.

Charles Sturt University Country: Australia Location: Wagga Wagga, Bathurst, Albury-Wodonga Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside Australian students. Charles Sturt is famous for its communications and media center. Additional fields of study include arts, broadcasting, business, computer science, economics, education, environmental science, information technology, languages, music, natural sciences, social sciences, and theater. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

internships. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 4 semesters of college-level German Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 12-16 graduate Application Deadline: March 15 University of Graz European Studies and Coursework in English Country: Austria Location: Graz Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German; English Program Description: Situated in the Alpine foothills, Graz is Austria's second largest city and a gateway for commercial relations with South-eastern Europe. It is a lively city with a rich tradition of music and theatre, with easy access to Alpine recreation. Participants will receive an intensive German language intensive just prior to the start of the semester, and continue their German language studies with two courses during their academic period. Students then select from an array of courses with English instruction to complement one's academic studies in the fields of English, Linguistics, Political Science, Economics and Philosophy, Politics and Law. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above, applicants should have prior experience in German from high school instruction or one semester of university studies; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15, October 1

University of Wollongong Country: Australia Location: Wollongong (New South Wales) Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Wollongong is located 50 miles south of Sydney, near beautiful beaches and natural bushland. UW is a modern, innovative institution, and was recently named as Australia's University of the Year for 1999-2000 and 2000-2001. At UW, you will directly enroll into normal courses with Austrlian and other international students. Fileds of study include: Aboriginal and Australian studies, computer science, creative arts, economics, engineering, English, geosciences, history, languages, law, math, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, psychology, science and technology, social sciences, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 1; Spring, October 1

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Vesalius College Country: Belgium Location: Brussels Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Kingdom of Belgium is a country in northwest Europe. It is a founding member of the European Union and hosts its headquarters, as well as those of other major international organizations, including NATO. Belgium covers an area of 11,787 square miles and has a population of about 10.5 million. Vesalius College is located in the heart of Brussels with direct access, via walking or public transportation to all parts of the city and surrounding communities. Over 300 international students from over 45 nationalities attend Vesalius College every semester, providing a truly cosmopolitan and culturally enriching environment. With class instruction in English, associated with a Dutch-language

University of Graz German Language and Culture Country: Austria Location: Graz Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: Situated in the Alpine foothills, Graz is Austria's second largest city and a gateway for commercial relations with South Eastern Europe. It is a lively city with a rich tradition of music and theater and easy access to Alpine recreation. Courses, designed specifically for students with two years of German, include history, international relations, language, and literature. Regular university courses are available for students with sufficient German, including anthropology, archeology, computer science, earth sciences, ecology, humanities, information technology, linguistics, math, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, religion, and social sciences. Participants may request placement in mini-

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university and located in a French/Dutch bilingual city, Vesalius College offers something for everyone. Vesalius College offers courses in the following disciplines: Art, Biology, Business, Communications, Economics, History, Writing, Dutch Language, French Language, Math, Politics, etc. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a minimum GPA of 2.75 Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1, October 1

State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) Exchange Country: Brazil Location: Campinas Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Portuguese Program Description: Open to undergraduate and graduate students with an advanced level of Portuguese, this program allows exchange students to enroll directly into regular UNICAMP classes. Fields of study include agriculture, anthropology, computer science, economics, education, engineering, fine arts, health, humanities, history, languages, linguistics, literature, math, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, physical education, political science, Portuguese, and sociology. On-site support is provided by the Office of International Relations at UNICAMP. UNICAMP staff helps students arrange off-campus housing. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, and graduate students; 5 semesters of college-level Portuguese; above average academic record. Fluent speakers of Spanish with 1 year of Portuguese are also eligible Credits: 15 undergraduate; graduate credits available Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

BELIZE Belize Internships Country: Belize Location: Various Locations (Belize City, Belmopan, and San Ignacio) Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Belize, formerly known as British Honduras, is a tiny country in Central America with a population of approximately 277,000. It is politically stable and English is the first language. It borders Mexico and Guatemala. Its largest city, Belize City, is on the Caribbean and the barrier reef located a mile off the coast is the second largest in the world. The country offers rainforest, mountains and flatlands; as well as a multicultural population of Maya, Spanish, British and Creole extraction, to name a few. Belize Internships offers students the opportunity to work with various governmental, non-governmental, and international organizations and agencies in a supervised setting. The program is coordinated academic mentors who are assigned to assist each intern. Living in this developing country affords students both rare insight into Belizean culture and practical training in their field of study. Internships are graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis and are unpaid. Internships are available in anthropology, archeology, broadcasting, business, communications, earth sciences, ecology, economics, health, health science professions and technologies, journalism, linguistics, natural and physical sciences, nutrition, physical education, social sciences, and sports science. Housing is with families. An in-depth orientation is provided prior to departure and again during the first week after arrival in Belize. Eligibility Requirements: Junior or Senior status; 2.5 GPA; above average maturity and independence; strong recommendations; good academic standing Credits: 15-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 18th for Summer; April 15th for Fall; October 15th for Winter and Spring

PUC-Rio University, Brazil Country: Brazil Location: Rio de Janeiro Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Portuguese Program Description: Students enroll in one of three academic centers at the Pontificial Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro: the Center for Theology and Human Sciences, the Center for Social Sciences, and the Center of Science and Technology. PUC is one of the top five universities in Brazil and also one of the top two universities in Rio. It is internationally recognized as one of the most important research centers in Brazil. With a rich cultural life, Rio de Janeiro is the perfect place for those who wish to immerse themselves in the South American reality. Housing with families guarantees a true Brazilian experience. Students take a one month Portuguese Intensive language course before classes start. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a GPA of 3.0 or higher; 2 years of college-level Portuguese or Spanish Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

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Study Abroad in Brazil Country: Brazil Location: Sao Paulo Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Portuguese Program Description: SUNY-Oswego offers a semester or academic year study abroad program in Brazil at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Sao Paulo, (PUC-SP). Situated in a residential district of Sao Paulo, PUC-SP was founded in 1908 with three faculties: philosophy, sciences, and letters. The university greatly expanded after the Second World War during which time it added additional faculties and received official recognition by Pope Pius XII in 1946. Since then, PUC-SP has become one of Brazil's major institutions of higher learning. Students on this program will take classes alongside Brazilian students, and they will also be separately enrolled in a Brazilian culture course. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; two semesters of beginning Portuguese are required, students with proficiency in Spanish will also be considered Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Université du Québec à Chicoutimi Semester French Immersion Program Country: Canada Location: Chicoutimi, Québec Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Chicoutimi is the third largest city in Quebec, with a population of about 80,000 people. It is located approximately two hours by car north of Quebec City, or six hours north east of Plattsburgh by car. The region is known for its rugged beauty and wilderness. The nearby Lake St. Jean and Saguenay fjords, especially, attract thousands of tourists annually. Our students have always found Chicoutimi and its people to be warm, friendly and eager to share their language and culture with them. Chicoutimi has one of the highest concentrations of native French-speakers in North America, making it the most ideal setting for those of you are serious about being immersed in the French language to become fluent. The Language and Quebec Culture School at the University of Quebec at Chicoutimi has a long relationship with SUNY Plattsburgh, and several other institutions in the US. The Semester French Program at Chicoutimi is worth 12 undergraduate credits in French language courses. When you arrive, you will take a placement exam with other students, which is meant to group you into classes with others who have similar French proficiency as you. Students typically live in a home stay arranged through the University of Quebec. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all US college and university students; minimum Sophomore standing at the time of participation; 2.7 GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

BULGARIA American University in Bulgaria Country: Bulgaria Location: Blagoevgrad Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: American University in Bulgaria is a selective, private university of 1500 students located in the medium sized city of Blagoevgrad one hour from the capital, Sofia, and one hour from the northern border of Greece. Students can direct enroll in American Studies, Business Administration, Economics, History, International Studies, Journalism and Mass Communication, Math, and Political Science courses. Housing is in residence halls with students who come from all around the world. English is the common language at AUBG and is frequently used in the community as well. The AUBG program allows you to experience something out of the ordinary in an often overlooked Mediterrean region of Europe Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March 1; Spring, Sept 1

CHILE Escuela Fronteras Country: Chile Location: Santiago, Chile Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: Spanish, English Program Description: The best way to master a language is with native, college certified teachers using a proven curriculum in a small class enviornment! Our classes are capped at 6 students per instructor which means you will have individual attention and improve your language skills faster.

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You can participate as a total beginner or with many years of speaking the language under your belt. For the semester-length option, students will take a total of 15 credits of Spanish (five 3-credit classes). The Spanish language classes are modular, and go in sequence, allowing students to start at any level (from beginner to advanced) then progressively take higher level courses. Students may opt to take a Chilean History and Culture class instead of their final language class. Other elective classes may be available, including Medical Spanish, Spanish for Business students, Spanish for Law students, etc. The program offers daily scheduled activities in and around Santiago. Participating in these activities is an excellent way to practice your new language skills in a fun and exciting enviornment. Weekend trips are also offered where you can discover Chile's fantastic landscapes and outdoor sports. We'll also visit historical landmarks and experience the arts and culture that make Chile so unique. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above in good academic standing Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Spring, October 1; Fall, April 1

University of Vi単a Del Mar Country: Chile Location: Vi単a Del Mar Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: Spanish; English Program Description: The University of Vi単a Del Mar is a fully accredited university by the Ministry of Education in Chile. While located in a beautiful seaside setting, students attend "Intensive Spanish and Chilean Culture" courses as well as have the opportunity to take other course subjects while living with a local host family. Vi単a Del Mar, known as "The Garden City", was founded in 1874 and has a climate similiar to that of San Francisco and Perth, Australia. While on the program students stay with local families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior, 2.5 GPA Credits: 13-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 15; Spring: October 15

CHINA Capital Normal University Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese, English Program Description: This program is designed to provide an opportunity for students majoring in a variety of fields to study the Chinese language and explore Chinese history, literature and culture on site. Capital Normal University is one of the key institutes of the Beijing municipality. Its eleven departments offer a wide range of courses. The college also has special Institutes of Educational Science, British History, Economic History of Chinese Ancient Society as well as an affiliated campus school. Most students take intensive Chinese language and cultural courses. Traditional Chinese painting and instrumental music are also available. Eligibility Requirements: Three semesters of Mandarin Chinese; Junior or Senior Status Credits: 12-15 undergraduate; 12-15 graduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Middlebury College Study Abroad Programs in Chile Country: Chile Location: Various Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Through an agreement with Middlebury College. SUNY students may attend a number of Middlebury's partner institutions in Chile for a semester or academic year. All courses are in Spanish. The current list of current locations and institutions are: Concepcion (Universidad de Concepcion) La Serena (Universidad de la Serena) Santiago (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile and Universidad de Chile) Temuco (Universidad de la Frontera) Valdivia (Universidad Austral de Chile) Valparaiso (Universidad de Playa Ancha, Universidad de Valparaiso, and Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso). Eligibility Requirements: SUNY Students Only; Juniors and Seniors; Minimum 3.0 GPA and high level of Spanish proficiency (minimum of five semesters including one content course and must be enrolled in a Spanish course the semester before departure). Credits: 15 undergraduate (average) Application Deadline: Fall, March 1; Spring, September 15

Capital Normal University Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Chinese

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Program Description: Students enroll in a special language and culture program for international students. Housing is arranged on campus in international residence halls. Students with a command of Chinese language may take courses in a broad area of academic disciplines. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; 1 year of Chinese preferred Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Chinese language. Engaging full and part-time internships are available at Chinese institutions and corporations if students choose to take part. The program also provides courses in English in the fields of Economics, Business, Politics, Foreign Policy, Philosophy, History, Art and Literature, Women's studies, and more. Aside from the academic flexibility, students will have the opportunity to take part in social activities and travel to many regions of China. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: May 15; Spring: November 1

Capital Normal University Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Chinese Program Description: Approximately 20 hours per week are devoted to formal instruction and language laboratory. In addition to classes in speaking, reading, and writing Chinese, the Chinese Language Training Centers on each campus provide substantial cultural and recreational activities. Fields of study include area studies, language study, and Chinese. This program does not provide for direct enrollment in host university courses unless students are sufficiently proficient in Chinese. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors and graduate students; 1 year of Mandarin Chinese; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 12-16 graduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 1

CAPA Beijing Internship Program or Intensive Chinese Language and Culture Program Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Chinese Program Description: Option 1) Intensive Chinese Language and Culture Program - Students will take 9 credit hours of Chinese language and culture and two 3-credit content courses or 9 credit hours of Chinese language and culture, one 3-credit content course, and a 3-credit hour internship with Learning Through Internships: Beijing Option 2) Area Studies: Contemporary China - Students would take 3 credit hours of Introduction to Chinese Language 100, four 3-credit content courses, and have the option to do a 3-credit hour internship with Learning Through Internships: Beijing Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Central University for the Nationalities Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Mandarin Chinese; English Program Description: This exchange program is open to students, faculty and staff who may stay for one semester or the academic year. Fields of study include area studies. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors & Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; September 1

Nanjing University Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Nanjing University, one of China`s key comprehensive universities under the direct supervision of the Ministry of Education, dates from 1902 when it was known as Sanjiang Normal School. During the following decades, it evolved as Liangjiang Normal School, Nanjing Higher Normal School, National Southeast University, the Fourth Zhongshan University, and National Central University. On August 8, 1949, National Central University was renamed National Nanjing University. In October 1950, as required by the Ministry of Education, the name was changed to Nanjing University (NJU). In 1952, due to the nationwide restructuring of colleges and universities, some academic units such as the School of Engineering and the

Beijing Semester Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Brockport's semester program in Beijing is a unique program with a lot of flexibility for students. Students that choose to be will be immersed in

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School of Agriculture were separated from the university; meanwhile, it merged with the School of Liberal Arts and the School of Sciences of the University of Nanking founded in 1888. Its name remained while its campus moved from Sipailou to Gulou. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Credits: 15 undergraduate; 3-15 graduate Application Deadline: February 15; October 1; late applications considered Tsinghua University Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese, English Program Description: Study at one of China's most prestigious Universities as an exchange student. Choose from courses in art, science, law, engineering, and agricultural science. Located in Beijing, Tsinghua is a great place to learn about chinese culture, tradition and language. There are only a limited number of courses offered in English. Language proficiency is required. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors may apply, 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Beijing Normal University Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese Program Description: Semester or year-long study abroad options for international students to study Mandarin Chinese intensively. Reading, writing, speaking, and listening are taught as separate subjects at all levels. Fields of study include Chinese language, culture, humanities, and literature. All courses are taught in Chinese. Participants live in international student dormitories on campus. Students who speak Chinese fluently can choose to take regular university courses taught in Chinese. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and graduate students; above-average academic record; 1 year of college-level Mandarin Chinese recommended but not required Credits: 15 undergraduate; 3-15 graduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1; late applications considered

Zhejiang Gongshang University Country: China Location: Hangzhou (Zhejiang Province) Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese and English Program Description: Zhejiang Gongshang University is a comprehensive university offering courses in business, international affairs, Chinese language and culture. The university is composed of 15 colleges, 8 institutes, and 7 centers, and regularly hosts international students. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Peking University Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese Program Description: Students enroll in courses offered by the University for international students and/or regular university courses if they are fluent in Chinese. Intensive language courses(Mandarin Chinese); reading, writing, speaking, and listening taught as separate subjects at all levels. Fields of study include Chinese language, culture, history, literature; also engineering, fine arts, humanities, and natural and physical sciences in Chinese. Exchange Students live in international student dormitories on campus. Opportunity for graduate research subject to individual request. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate students; superior academic record; 1, preferably 2, years of college-level Mandarin Chinese; fluency required for regular university courses

Zhejiang Sci-Tech University Country: China Location: Hangzhou (Zhejiang province) Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese, English Program Description: Zhejiang Sci-Tech University is located in the Zhejiang province in eastern China. Students participating in this program will take courses in Chinese language and culture courses. Students with language proficiency of high intermediate or above may take courses in a broad area of disciplines offered at this university. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

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Zhejiang University of Technology Country: China Location: Hangzhou (Zhejiang province) Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese, English Program Description: Zhejiang University of Technology is located in the Zhejiang province in eastern China. Students participating in this program will take courses in Chinese language and culture courses. Students with language proficiency of high intermediate or above may take courses in a broad area of disciplines offered at this university. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

The Chinese University of Hong Kong Country: China Location: Hong Kong Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a forward looking comprehensive research university with a global vision and a mission to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West. CHUK's general education courses broaden students' interests, widen their perspectives, and develop their ability to face the challenges of contemporary life. CUHK offers studies in seven faculties Arts, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Medicine, Science and Social Science - and the new School of Law. Students enroll directly in University courses along with Chinese and other international students. The language of Instruction is English. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply. 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

USTC – University of Science and Technology of China Country: China Location: Hefei Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Chinese Program Description: University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) is a national research in Hefei. It has 12 schools, 27 departments known for School of Teaching Reform, School of Management, Software, Network Education, and Continuing Education. According to the Times Higher Education in 2011, the university was ranked 49th in the world. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

The City University of Hong Kong Country: China Location: Hong Kong Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll directly in University courses alongside other Chinese and international students. Language study is available for those interested. Choose from a wide range of courses in various disciplines: Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, the School of Creative Media, the School of Law, the Division of Building Science and Technology, and the Community College of City University. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above considered; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Country: China Location: Hong Kong Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Study at one of Hong Kong's best University's while experiencing the rich culture and history of China. The University is housed in a hillside and waterfront complex overlooking Port Shelter on the Clear Water Bay peninsula, less than 30 minutes driving time from central Hong Kong. Choose from courses in science, technology, engineering, management and business studies. Eligibility Requirements: Sophmores and above may apply, 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Hong Kong Baptist University Country: China Location: Hong Kong Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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Program Description: Study at one of Hong Kong's best Universities while experiencing the rich culture and history of China. Courses are taught in English. Students can choose take courses in science, technology, engineering, management and business studies. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and graduate students; above-average academic record Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, Academic Year, April 1; Spring, September 15

Shandong Finance Institute Country: China Location: Shandong Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Mandarin Chinese; English Program Description: This exchange program is open to students and faculty who may stay for one semester or the academic year. Fields of study include business, economics, and education. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors & Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; September 1

Wuyi University Country: China Location: Jingmen (Guangdong) Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Mandarin Chinese; English Program Description: This exchange program is open to students and faculty who may stay for one semester or the academic year. Fields of study include earth sciences, ecology, economics, engineering, history, liberal arts, literature, and natural and physical sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors & Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; September 1

Shanghai Normal University Country: China Location: Shanghai Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese and English Program Description: Shanghai Normal University is a comprehensive university offering courses in a large variety of disciplines including philosophy, economics, education science, literature, history, sciences, and management; as well as the study of Chinese language and Chinese studies. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Zhejiang Wanli University Country: China Location: Ningbo Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Chinese Program Description: Zhejiang Wanli University (ZWU) is located in Ningbo a bustling city of over two million residents, one of the oldest cities in China dating back to 4800 BC, and one of the largest ports in China today. The university is a new and impressive university renown for its green campus and friendly atmosphere. ZWU is a hidden treasure because it offers a unique opportunity to explore the realities of China's booming economy and culture. Several Business and Chinese Culture courses are offered in English including International Business, Marketing, Business Communication, Introduction to Chinese Culture, China's International Relations in Economics and Trade, International Trade Operation, Business Ethics, and Human Resource Management. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and above; 2.8 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

Fudan University Country: China Location: Shanghai Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese; English Program Description: Students enroll in courses for international students and/or regular university courses if fluent in Chinese. Students can choose to take the Intensive Chinese language track to focus on the langauge study or the Chinese Studies' track where they can study the Chinese language while taking courses in English. Intensive language study track (Mandarin Chinese); reading, writing, speaking, and listening taught as separate subjects at all levels. Fields of study include Chinese, culture; also engineering, fine arts, history, humanities, language study, literature, and natural and physical sciences in Chinese. Exchange students live in international student dormitories on campus; non-exchange students may make arrangement to live in dormitories on campus or find their own housing off campus. Opportunity for graduate research subject to individual request. Some non-exchange spaces may be available at additional cost. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and graduate students; above-average academic record; 1 year

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of college-level Mandarin Chinese recommended but not required; fluency required for regular university courses Credits: 15 undergraduate; 3 graduate Application Deadline: Fall, Academic Year, April 1; Spring, October 1; late applications considered

They live in on-campus residence halls for foreign students, dine in campus cafeterias, and can participate in any university activities. Students with sufficiently proficient Mandarin may enroll in regular university coursework in a wide variety of fields. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Shanghai Semester Country: China Location: Shanghai, China Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English; Chinese Program Description: The Shanghai semester curriculum has been designed for students with a diverse range of interests and majors. The program makes optimal use of the local environment and pursues a "world is your classroom" experiential model. In addition to traditional classroom instruction, while in the "Middle Kingdom" students are encouraged to experience China through numerous field trips and excursions to places of historical and cultural interest. The goal of the semester is to introduce students to all aspects of China and Chinese life from the urban centers to the rural countryside. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior, 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: May 15

Soochow University Country: China Location: Suzhou Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese Program Description: Soochow University is home to a Binghamton exchange and study abroad program for the study of Chinese language, culture, and history. Binghamton students study at the School of Overseas Education with other international students. They live in on-campus residence halls for foreign students, dine in campus cafeterias, and can participate in any university activities. Students with sufficiently proficient Mandarin may enroll in regular university coursework in a wide variety of fields. Eligibility Requirements: Two years of college-level Chinese or the equivalent; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Jinan University Country: China Location: Shipai (Guanzhou) Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Mandarin Chinese; English Program Description: This exchange program is open to students, faculty, and staff who may stay for one semester or the academic year. Fields of study include liberal arts. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors & Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; September 1

Wenzhou University Country: China Location: Wenzhou Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese Program Description: Wenzhou University is a comprehensive university offering courses in humanities, science, economics, social sciences, and engineering. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Soochow University Country: China Location: Suzhou Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese Program Description: Students study at the School of Overseas Education with other international students.

ZUEL - Zhongnan University of Economics and Law Country: China Location: Wuhan Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Chinese Program Description: Zhongnan University of Economics and Law is open to students from all over the world. Since the 1950’s, we have nurtured many international students.

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In the past 58 years, ZUEL has cultivated more than 200,000 students and has made great contribution to the development of China. Founded in 1948, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law (ZUEL) is located in Wuhan, a metropolis of Central China. It is an institution of higher education under the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China with economics, law, and management as its core disciplines. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. Preference will be given to student and working teachers. Credits: 9-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Spring; March 1, Fall and Academic Year; March 15, Summer Universidad Nacional Country: Costa Rica Location: Heredia Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This program is especially designed to offer outstanding undergraduate and graduate students at advanced levels of Spanish language proficiency the opportunity to become fully immersed in a Costa Rican higher education program where Spanish is the principal language of communication. Students selected to participate in the Universidad Nacional program are registered in regular UNA courses and face the same situations handled by Costa Rican students, thus having the greatest opportunity to achieve near-native oral and written Spanish language proficiency. Participants can take UNA courses in any of the many disciplines it serves. For those with a Spanish major, UNA offers over 40 different courses, including numerous courses on the Literature of Spain or Latin America; Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Semiotics, Phonetics and Phonology courses; Literary Analysis and Theory courses; and courses about Spanish Language Pedagogy. Consult the Universidad's catalogue [http://www.una.ac.cr/] for course descriptions. Students live with Costa Rican families residing in Heredia neighborhoods in the vicinity of Universidad Nacional. These families have been are chosen for having met all the requirements established by UNA, including completion of an orientation and training program. Living with local families enhances a participant's immersion in the culture of the country but also maximizes Spanish language proficiency. Eligibility Requirements: Students will need to be recommended by at least one Spanish language faculty member. An overall grade point average of at least 3.0 and a GPA of 3.5 in Spanish are required, as well as a demonstrated oral proficiency at an advanced level. Credits: 15-30 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Spring; March 1, Fall and Academic Year

Wuhan University of Technology Country: China Location: Wuhan (Hubei province) Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese, English Program Description: Wuhan University of Technology sits in the capital of the Hubei province in central China. Students participating in this program will take courses in Chinese language and culture courses. Students with language proficiency of high intermediate or above may take courses in a broad area of disciplines offered at this university. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

COSTA RICA Spanish Language Intensive Country: Costa Rica Location: Heredia Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This program is designed to provide students needing to meet Spanish language requirements the opportunity to study the language in a full immersion setting. Spanish language courses at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels are offered at the Centro de Estudios Hispánicos of Universidad Nacional. The professors are experienced and fully accredited Universidad Nacional educators whose specialty is teaching Spanish as a second language. Semester programs are offered Spring and Fall. In the summer, five-week and twelve-week options are available. Program participants receive three field trips (two during the summer) that complement the academic component of the program and enrich their experience of the culture of Costa Rica and the Hispanic world. These outings highlight different elements of Costa Rica, including its natural biodiversity, pre-Columbian heritage, Colonial past, religious tradition, arts and folklore.

Universidad VERITAS Country: Costa Rica Location: San José Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year

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Language of Instruction: Spanish, English Program Description: Universidad VERITAS, located in the city of San José, is a private university of approximately 1500 Costa Rican students. It is extraordinarily well-equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Costa Rican students specialize in Art, Design and Architecture whereas international students take classes in Spanish and English in a variety of disciplines. Spanish Grammar, Composition and Conversation courses are organized into four-week study units and are offered for four hours each morning. Due to the intense nature of the Spanish language classes, students can move through three to four levels of Spanish language preparation in a 12 week semester or in two summer sessions. A variety of classes in various disciplines (biology, political science, philosophy, business, economics, to name a few) are offered in English in the afternoons. Participants live with Costa Rican families within walking distance of the university. Home stay arrangements include breakfast and dinner; there are also small "sodas" (restaurants) close to the campus. Optional excursions are offered at an additional cost. For details on cost, dates, course work, daily itinerary, excursions, and more access www.cortland.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA and good academic standing Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March 15; Spring, October 15

semesters of college-level Spanish or equivalent Credits: 15 undergraduate; graduate credit possible Application Deadline: April 1; September 15 Conversa-Language Immersion/Internship Country: Costa Rica Location: Santa Ana Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Academic Year, Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This is a two-part program involving language immersion and internship opportunities for undergraduate students. Participants can enroll in the language immersion component alone (Summer) or in both the language immersion and internship components. Prior knowledge of Spanish is not required for the language immersion segment; intermediate-level knowledge of Spanish is required for participation in internships. Students earn 3-4 credits of Spanish during the language study portion of the program and live with Costa Rican families. Various internships are offered in Sustainable Agriculture, Sustainable Development, Food Systems and Related Technology, Fisheries and Wildlife, Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism, Education. During the internship segment of the program, students may live with Costa Rican families or in institutional housing. Students participating in the two-part program can earn up to 15 credits. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores or higher may enroll in the language immersion program at Conversa. No prior knowledge of Spanish is needed. Seniors with a 3.0 GPA in the major may apply for internships. A minimum of one semester of Spanish plus 4 weeks of language immersion Credits: 3-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Rolling; no later than eight weeks prior to commencement of the program

University of Costa Rica Exchange Country: Costa Rica Location: San José Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish; English for special topics Program Description: San José, considered the hub of Costa Rican government, culture and industry, boasts tranquil tree-shaded plazas alongside high-rise office buildings and a bustling open-air market. Exchange students with advanced Spanish skills enroll in regular university courses with more than 30,000 other students at UCR. This setting, along with housing in homestays, provides students with complete integration into the university and cultural setting and also fosters growth and independence. The University of Costa Rica, located just outside of San José, is the oldest and most prestigious university in Costa Rica. Participants choose from a large variety of courses in the following academic Faculties: Basic Sciences; Engineering and Architecture; Fine Arts; Health Sciences; Humanities; and Social Sciences. The program includes an intensive 3credit Pre-session Course. Participants live with Costa Rican families and on-site support is provided by Asuntos Internacionales at UCR. Eligibility Requirements: Advanced Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA required; higher GPA recommended; 5

CUBA Universidad de La Habana Country: Cuba Location: Habana Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This is a direct enrollment program which means participants will take classes and exams alongside Cuban students. This is an unique opportunity to learn firsthand and gain an in-depth comprehension of Cuban history, society, culture, and politics. Courses will be offered in the following areas: sociology, anthropology, philosophy, history, and Spanish language and literature. NOTE: This program does not operate every semester; contact SUNY Oswego for further information.

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Eligibility Requirements: Must be a full-time matriculated undergraduate with at least a junior standing. Applicants must be able to read, write, and speak Spanish at an advanced level. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

religion. Students also visit places of historical interest and cultural importance in Czech history. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, juniors and seniors with a 3.0 GPA or higher Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

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Masaryk University Country: Czech Republic Location: Brno Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Brno, the second-largest city in the Czech Republic, combines the vibrancy of a university town with a rich historic legacy. Oswego offers two distinctly different programs through Masaryk University. The Central European Studies Program includes courses that explore the social, economic, political, and cultural transformations that have shaped Central Europe at the end of the 20th century. Courses are in English with Czech language study. The TESOL Teacher Education Program is an exciting crosscultural teacher-training program, culminating in TESOL (Teaching English as a Second Language) certification. This program is designed to give future English teachers the tools necessary to work effectively in this global environment. Program includes teaching practice. A general background in educational theory would be helpful to prospective participants. TESOL program offered in spring semester only. Eligibility Requirements: 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) Country: Denmark Location: Copenhagen Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program offers courses designed for American students and taught by Danish faculty in the fields of anthropology, architecture and design, art history, biology, business, child development, communication, economics, education, environmental studies, history, international relations, Danish and other languages, literature, management, media studies, nursing, philosophy, political science, pre-law, pre-medicine, psychology, religious studies, and sociology. A mid-term break is incorporated in the program during the middle of each semester to allow the students separate travel time. Study tours are available during this time. Students may live with Danish families, in apartments, or in dorms. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, high achieving Sophomores; 3.0 GPA Open ONLY to State University of New York Students Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1; late applications considered Copenhagen Business School Country: Denmark Location: Copenhagen, Denmark Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Copenhagen Business School is Denmark's most internationally oriented institution of higher education, as well as the one university in Denmark offering the most comprehensive range of university level degrees in business economics and modern languages. It is a richly stimulating international and multicultural environment in which to work and study. Students enroll direcly into University courses alongside other Danish students. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above considered; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Charles University, Prague Country: Czech Republic Location: Prague Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Prague, the cultural and intellectual center of the Czech Republic, is a magnificent city, with unique architecture and numerous galleries and theaters. It has retained its centuries-old charm even as it has grown into an internationally acclaimed metropolis. Students in this program are given the opportunity to study at the oldest university in Central Europe, Charles University. The East and Central European Studies (ECES) program includes intensive Czech language courses, as well as a selection of courses exploring art and architecture, Czech literature, economics, film and theater, history, music, politics, and

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arranged by UEES. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a GPA of 2.5 or higher; 2 years college level Spanish Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) Country: Dominican Republic Location: Santo Domingo or Santiago Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: This program offers a combination of intensive Spanish language instruction and courses in Caribbean and African-American studies taught in English at the Santo Domingo campus of the PUCMM. Direct enrollment in regular university courses can be arranged for students with advanced language skills in Santo Domingo or Santiago; however, courses in Santo Domingo are limited to primarily technical fields. Volunteer opportunities are also available. Some excursions and housing with host families arranged by the program in Santo Domingo, or students may make their own arrangements. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; no language requirement for English program; fluent Spanish for direct enrollment Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; November 15; late applications considered

Universidad Cat贸lica de Santiago de Guayaquil Country: Ecuador Location: Guayaquil Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: This program combines intensive study of Spanish (at all levels) with the study of Ecuadorian history and culture. No previous knowledge of Spanish is necessary, but the number of courses in English is limited. Internships are also available. Students live with families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1 La Universidad San Francisco de Quito Country: Ecuador Location: Quito Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This program offers a wide range of courses for students fluent in Spanish, including humanities and natural and social sciences. Language study starts at the intermediate level. Students live with families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA; Two years of college level Spanish Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1; October 15

ECUADOR Espiritu Santo University, Guayaquil Country: Ecuador Location: Guayaquil Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: The Universidad Espiritu Santo is located in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Located on the Guayas River, this urban area is Ecuador's largest city, with a population of approximately 2,500,000 inhabitants. The Universidad Espiritu Santo is the youngest and fastest growing Ecuadorian university. Students in the Espiritu Santo International Studies Program study intensive Spanish, history and geography of Latin America, literature of Latin America, and social and economic problems of development. Other fields of study include anthropology, business, culture, ecology, economics, education, ESL, geography, language, law, linguistics, political science, practical classroom experience, and sociology. Students may travel to Quito and the highlands, Cuenca, the Amazon and to various places around Guayaquil and in the costal region in connection with their studies. Students participate in social service projects and internships of their interest. Students live in homestays

EGYPT American University Cairo Country: Egypt Location: Cairo Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Arabic (for language and literature) Program Description: Founded in 1919, The American University Cairo (AUC) is located in Cairo, the capital of Egypt, and the largest city in Africa and the Middle East. AUC's academic programs are organized into three schools: Business, Economics and Communication; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Sciences and Engineering. Classes are offered in English. AUC is renowned for its Arabic language,

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literature, and culture courses, as well as its Egyptology, Islamic studies, and Middle Eastern studies programs. Student support services include on-site orientation, health and counseling clinics, cross-cultural advisement through student services office, and a wide range of student organizations and activities. There are also outstanding library and media facilities. Housing is on campus. Eligibility Requirements: This program is available to SUNY students only. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 and good academic standing are required prior to applying for the program. Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

within reach. The campus is surrounded by beautiful mountains and fantastic architecture. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore Standing; Cumulative 2.5 GPA minimum Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15, Fall; September 13, Spring University of Oulu Exchange Country: Finland Location: Oulu Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Finnish Program Description: The University at Albany's exchange program at Oulu University offers direct enrollment for qualified students. Full-time study in courses taught in English is available in the fields of biology, including ecological studies at off-campus research sites; telecommunication systems, process engineering, geography, economics, business, education, Finnish language, Japanese culture and society, northern cultures and societies, woman's studies, and Scandinavian studies. Enrollment in regular university courses taught in Finnish is possible with requisite Finnish ability. Courses taught in Finnish are available in architecture, business, science, social sciences, and humanities. Housing in dormitories. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, high achieving Sophomores; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 1

Semester Exchange Program in Egypt Country: Egypt Location: Cairo Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English, Arabic for language studies, only Program Description: The semester-long exchange program is especially designed for students in business and communications. Students enroll directly in the university and study side-by-side with MIU students. Courses are delivered in English. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15 for Fall; October 15 for Spring

FINLAND

Abo Akademi University Exchange Country: Finland Location: Turku Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Swedish, Finnish Program Description: The University at Albany offers an exchange program with direct enrollment at Abo Akademi University for Swedish speakers in Finland. Full-time study in courses taught in English is available in the fields of public administration, sociology, mathematics, natural sciences, comparative literature, comparative religion, history, musicology, philosophy, psychology, chemical engineering, business, Finnish and Nordic studies, Finnish and Swedish languages, international law, women's studies, and other areas. Enrollment in other university courses requires an advanced-level knowledge of Swedish. Course taught in Swedish are available in most areas of the humanities, social and natural sciences. Housing in dormitories or students may make own arrangements.

Jyvaskyla University of Applied Sciences Country: Finland Location: Jyvaskyla Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Spring, Fall Language of Instruction: English Program Description: JAMK is quality-focused, passionate about pragmatic teaching, and embraces diversity on its campus. Ideal for music, fashion, business majors or those seeking general education. Over 8,000 students attend JAMK with 160 exchange students, 105 outbound students, and 100 international students seeking degrees. With three degree programs taught exclusively in English, the university offers an array of courses without the language barrier. The applied sciences sector of education in Finland is geared toward working life and practical, with close collaborations with industry. Jyvaskyla is home to its own orchestra, outdoor theatres, museums, saunas, and outdoor activities. Cultural trips to St. Petersburg, Russia and Stockholm, Sweden are

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Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, high achieving Sophomores; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 1

Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing with a minimum GPA of 2.5 at the time of enrollment Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Academic year and Fall: March 1; Spring: October 1

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University of Franche-Comte, Besancon Country: France Location: Besancon Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Students study French in one of the top language schools in France, the Center for Applied Linguistics, part of the Universite de Franche-Comte. Besancon is unique in that it has few residents who speak English, thus providing an optimal learning environment for students wishing to perfect their French language skills. Besancon has a rich political and cultural history - as evidenced by its charm and varied architectural styles - and a modern, vibrant aura as the center of France's microelectronics industry. The beautiful Doubs River, the surrounding picturesque villages, and the numerous music and film festivals make this one of the true cultural meccas of France. In the past the program included field trips to Paris or Southern France. Eligibility Requirements: Students must have completed at least one full-time semester of college level study in order to apply. Minimum GPA of 2.5 required. Must have completed the equivalent of Int. French II prior to participation. Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Institute for American Universities Country: France Location: Aix-en-Provence Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, French Program Description: IAU is one of the oldest and largest education abroad programs in Europe. It provides students with academic programs of intellectual substance and international focus in the fertile foreign setting of southern France for a year, a semester or summer. Any student open to learning and willing to grow will return home transformed-changed for the better in unexpected ways. Founded in 1957 IAU has served as an academic center for more than 700 North American colleges and universities, and continues to make study in France available to students who recognize the life-long value of living in and exploring a culture other than their own. There are three programs available to students through IAU. The Aix Center in Aix en Provence is a program designed for liberal arts majors with beginning to advanced French language skills. All levels of French language and literature courses are offered, along with a variety of liberal arts courses taught in English or in French. Marchutz School of Art is an internationally known painting school in the south of France that takes an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to art education. Students take an art criticism seminar along with painting and drawing courses taught in English. These students are strongly encouraged to take a French language course at the Aix Center in addition to these courses. Field trips to Paris and Giverny during the fall semester, and Venice during the spring semester are included in this program. The French Honors Program is designed for French Majors and other students with demonstrated advanced level French. Students who participate in the program can expect to conduct their entire IAU experience in French including their classes, homestay with a French host, interaction with IAU professors and faculty, internships and special French excursions. French Honors students will be enrolled in a French Honors Seminar and also have the unique opportunity to enroll in up to two courses at the University of Provence, Aix-Marseille with French University students. After completion of the program students will receive a certificate in French Honors Abroad.

University of Grenoble Exchange Country: France Location: Grenoble Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French; English Program Description: The University of Grenoble exchange allows students with fluent French to directly enroll in coursework in all areas and in advanced classes in French as a second language. Some additional training for students with less background in French may be available in courses designed for foreign students. English majors will find a full program in literature and other topics all taught in English by the university's English department. Students who wish to study for a full academic year who have at least one year of college-level French or the equivalent may enter the GUEST program, which will provide intensive training in French in the fall and then integrate students into regular university courses in the

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spring. Also available in the spring will be more advanced French courses designed for non-native speakers. Topics include grammar, conversation, writing, French society and culture, approaches to literature, literary topics, and translation. Students who come to Grenoble for one semester may enroll in courses designed for foreign students offered by the CUEF for one month along with classes designed for foreign students, or, if sufficiently advanced, may enroll in regular university courses. The language classes will meet in the evening, so students will be free during the daytime to attend the other courses. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing; appropriate language experience Credits: 12-19 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March15; Spring, October 1

Sciences Po Lille Country: France Location: Lille Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French and English Program Description: Founded in 1991, Sciences Po Lille is part of a network of nine French Institute of Political Studies. Sciences Po Lille offers training high-level political and administrative studies. The school prepares the local administrative careers, national, European and international standards in teaching and research functions of supervision and management in the company, and the business of journalism and communication. Every year about 180 international exchange students spend a year or a semester at Lille. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of La Rochelle Country: France Location: La Rochelle Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French, English Program Description: The city of La Rochelle is a popular seaside resort city situated about 300 miles southwest of Paris on the Atlantic coast. It lies about three hours from Paris via France's famous rapid transit train, the TGV, and is the second most-visited city in France. La Rochelle has wonderful old colonnaded streets, two stone towers guarding the entrance to the old harbor and a very modern university to contrast with it all. The regional climate is mild and conducive to wine production. The city is home to a population of approximately 75,000 and is both a commercial and cultural hive of activity. The University of La Rochelle offers students with upper-intermediate french the opportunity to enroll directly in regular university classes. Fields of study include applied languages, economics, French literature, geography, history, political science, and science and technology. The University of La Rochelle offers students with no or elementary French proficiency a 15 credit spring semester program taught entirely in English. Field of study will be business management, economics, and culture. Supplementary support classes in French language are offered for all programs. New for the Spring 2012 semester is a 15 credit program in French Management and Culture, taught entirely in English. On-site support is offered by the International Programs Office staff. Housing is in apartments, residence halls, or homestays. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA, 1 semester of third year college-level French or equivalent, good academic standing Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March 15; Spring, October 1

University of Lyon 2 Country: France Location: Lyon Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Lyon 2 Lumière University is one of the first universities to have integrated the European higher education scheme right from the start of the academic year 2004. The courses are organized within the scope of the LMD' system (Bachelor's degree - Master's degree - PhD). And also University Lumière (Lyon 2) is known as one of the top Universities in France for research in the field of arts and languages, social sciences and humanities, economics, political sciences and law. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1 University of Montpellier II Exchange Country: France Location: Montpellier Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; French Program Description: This exchange program offers business studies at the Universite de Montpellier II. The international business curriculum is taught in English (Fall semester only) or in French either semester. A course in French language complements the program. Students live off campus. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and seniors in good academic standing; some French recommended for all

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students; fluent French for coursework taught in French; some previous business coursework. Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 15; late applications considered

accompanies the business program and is designed to teach beginning to advanced French. Students with French language experience are enrolled at the beginning, intermediate or advanced level. Students at the advanced level who have a strong business background may select business courses in French. Courses for non-French speakers include: Intercultural Management, International Marketing, International Finance, Market Research, Human Resource Management, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate status; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Montpellier Exchange Country: France Location: Montpellier Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall; Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Geneseo's program at the Universite Paul Valery - Montpellier III enables the equivalent of five undergraduates to study in France for the fall semester or academic year. Following an intensive pre-school language immersion course, students join regular Paul Valery classes. Eligibility Requirements: Candidates are required to have a solid foundation in French. Credits: 12-18 undergraduate (semester); 24-36 undergraduate (academic year) Application Deadline: September 30, Spring; March 15, Fall and Academic Year

MICEFA Country: France Location: Paris Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: The SUNY-MICEFA exchange program is an opportunity for students to study at 15 campuses in Paris in a direct-enrollment program. Students study alongside French and other international students and will be enrolled in the French university system. Language instruction is available for students whose level of French may not be adequate for a full-immersion program. Several MICEFA universities offer courses in French as a foreign language, accompanied by partial programs of content-area courses. MICEFA offers rich opportunities for study in a variety of fields, from anthropology to linguistics, from psychology to zoology, Arabic language, literature, business, communications, law, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate or graduate status; intermediate to advanced level of French Credits: 12-15 undergraduate; 9-12 graduate Application Deadline: April 1; September 15

University of Montpellier III Country: France Location: Montpellier Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, French Program Description: This program offers language studies at the University of Montpellier III with on-site support through the Mediterranean Language Institute. Language and culture courses are available at all levels, covering topics generally found in a French major. Opportunities for volunteer work. Students live host families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above in good academic standing; some French recommended for all students. Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 15; late applications considered

la Sorbonne Country: France Location: Paris Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Students are fully enrolled in the Cours de Civilisation Francaise at the Sorbonne, which includes an intensive language course. This study also includes the "Director's Course," which takes a comprehensive look at French culture and society. The program is directed by our experienced, fully bilingual director. Housing is provided in residence halls, host families, or students may arrange their own housing. Cultural events, excursions within and outside of Paris, and a full orientation are included. Instruction is in French for non-native

IPAG Country: France Location: Nice Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program is designed for business students who may have never studied French but who are interested in business as it is conducted in France and Europe in general. An intensive French course

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speakers. Students at all levels of French, including beginning level, are welcome to apply. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

required to take a French language class. Eligibility Requirements: GPA of 2.5 or higher Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1 Ecole EFREI Country: France Location: Paris Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: EFREI is situated in Villejuif in a suburb south of Paris and twenty minutes from the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of Paris (Sorbonne [Paris IV], Nanterre [Paris X], Denis Diderot [Paris VII]) Country: France Location: Paris Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Fields of study include architecture, business, criminal justice, earth sciences, ecology, economics, fine, visual and performing arts, history, humanities, interior design, language study, law, literature, natural and physical sciences, and social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and Above; 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour Country: France Location: Pau Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Direct enrollment at the University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour for students with serious academic goals and an advanced level of French, sufficient to follow instruction in regular university classes. Intensive language instruction only at the intermediate and advanced levels is available through the Course for Foreign Students. Fields of study include Basque, earth science, economics, geography, health, humanities, history, information technology, language, law, literature, math, music, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, and teaching French as a second language. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 for Fall and Academic year; October 15 for Spring

Sorbonne Country: France Location: Paris Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Co-sponsored with Oswego. Students are fully enrolled in the Cours de Civilisation Francaise at the Sorbonne, which includes an intensive language course. This study also includes the "Director's Course," which takes a comprehensive look at French culture and society. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; 2 to 3 years of French Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Spring; March 15, Fall and Academic Year EICAR Cinema and Screen Studies Program Country: France Location: Paris Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Academic Year Only Language of Instruction: English, French Program Description: This program offers a combination of learning film theory and the mechanics of film making using EICAR's production facilities in Paris. Courses include: actor direction; analysis of the language of visual images; cinema; computing; editing; lighting and camera work; postproduction techniques; sound and writing and storyboard. Film classes are in English. In addition, students are also

University of REIMS Country: France Location: Reims Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: French Program Description: The University of Reims was created in 1548, thanks to the Cardinal de Lorraine who made the papacy turn it into one of the main cathedral schools in Europe in the Middle Ages. It was closed down in 1793 during the French Revolution and disappeared almost completely for a century, until it came back in the sixties.

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University of Bonn Country: Germany Location: Bonn Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German and English Program Description: An exchange program that offers students the opportunity to study for a semester or an academic year at Bonn University in Germany. Students can enroll in over 80 disciplines as well as in special German language courses. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply, 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Situated in the heart of the Ile-de-France, the Rhineland, Northern Europe and Italy, URCA occupies a geostrategic position which is favorable to European and international exchanges. The fact that the TGV is accessible in the Roissy airport facilitates transportation to the university which is only ten minutes away. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1 Institut d'Etudes Francaises de Touraine Country: France Location: Tours Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: French Program Description: This program is designed to provide a study of the French language and phonetics for all students regardless of major or language background. Advanced courses are available for French majors. Institute provides instruction in French at six levels, which range from the beginner's level to advanced courses for teachers of French. Every participant must take the placement exam given on the first day of the term. Housing in homestays. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; November 15

Bremen University Country: Germany Location: Bremen Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: With rich history dating back to 1584, the University of Bremen is an established research university and is home to 20,000 students. Language Proficiency is required. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.8 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

GERMANY

German Sport University/Deutsche Sporthochschule Kรถln Country: Germany Location: Cologne Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Spring, Academic Year (No Fall) Language of Instruction: English; German Program Description: Located in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, along the Rhine river between Dusseldorf and Bonn, Cologne is one of Germany's oldest cities. It boasts a population of approximately 1.8 million and is the largest university city in Germany. The German Sport Institute is dedicated solely to students and researchers in the fields of physical education, excercise science, and sport management. The Institute is a world-class facility that offers undergraduate and graduate degrees to the post-doctoral level. It serves as an Olympic training facility. Some of the most important and highly regarded research in the world related to sport and exercise science is conducted at this institution.The spring program which runs from April to July, consists of special courses taught in English and

Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences Country: Germany Location: Aschaffenburg Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; German Program Description: Aschaffenburg University offers students a personal experience and small class sizes with approximately 2,100 students. The campus is beautifully situated with historic and modern buildings, along with inviting outdoor areas. Classes are available in business administration, engineering, and law. English is the language of instruction for business, while all other classes are taught in German. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above, minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

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German by professors of the German Sport Institute and, at times, by professors from partner institutions. A class in German designed for English speakers supplements the specialized activity courses which are taught in German. Internships in sport management are available. Field trips supplement the offerings. Students are housed either in residence halls on the campus which is located in the greenbelt area of Cologne or in an independent student residence in the city of Cologne. Eligibility Requirements: Open to Physical Education; Exercise Science; Sport Management majors only. Sophomore or higher, 1 year German highly recommended Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

Hochschule Fulda Country: Germany Location: Fulda Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Academic Year, Summer, Winter Language of Instruction: English; German Program Description: Fulda is located in central Germany, approximately one hour from the city of Frankfurt. Students studying at Fulda have the opportunity to take a special Social Work program with internship during the Fall semester, as well as coursework in Business Administration, Management, Food Science, Nursing and Health, and Social and Cultural Sciences during the Spring semester. Summer and Winter sessions offer a variety of courses in German culture and language, as well as Management, Social Work, and more. German language classes at multiple levels are offered during all sessions. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 for semester; 3 to 5 in Winter; 6 in Summer Application Deadline: April 15th for Fall; October 15th for Winter and Spring; April 1st for Summer

Technische Universit채t Darmstadt Country: Germany Location: Darmstadt Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German, English Program Description: TU Darmstadt offers courses mainly in engineering and the sciences. The majority of courses are taught in German which require a minimum of 4 semesters of college-level German (or equivalent). Some departments offer a limited number of courses in English. TU Darmstadt also offers an intensive research program for students interested in a full semester of research with a TU Darmstadt student research project. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors and graduate students; 2-4 semesters of German; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 12-16 graduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

University of Konstanz Country: Germany Location: Konstanz Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: The program offers regular university courses in chemistry, economics, history, linguistics, mathematics, philosophy, physics, psychology, and sociology. Additional fields of study include computer science, ecology, humanities, information technology, language study, literature, religion, and social sciences. Limited number of courses available in English. Scholarships available to qualified students. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA; 1 semester of college-level German; 2 years for direct enrollment Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Freiberg University Country: Germany Location: Freiberg Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: Freiberg is a business, mathematics, and engineering university known for its research. It is a small university that offers a personal atmosphere for students. There are a limited number of classes offered in English. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate. Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of Leipzig Country: Germany Location: Leipzig Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: Leipzig is a bustling metropolis with many beautiful monuments that serve as reminders of the city's historical importance.

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In addition there are a variety of cultural opportunities, including theater, concerts, and sports events. Having reclaimed its traditional importance as a commercial center under re-unification, Leipzig offers easy access to Berlin and other regions of Germany. Students enroll in regular university courses in any field including art history, biology, business administration, chemistry, communication and media studies, computer science, cultural studies, drama, East and Southeast European studies, economics, ethnography, history, literature, philosophy, political science, physics, and psychology. An intensive German language pre-session precedes the semester. Participants live in residence halls or apartments with German students. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 12-16 graduate Application Deadline: February 1; October 1

roughly 14,000 students studying at the university and three campus locations spread out throughout the city of Munich. Although most classes are taught in German, students can take classes in English. For international exchange students, the Courses in English program provides an opportunity to gain specialized knowledge as well as a sufficient number of credits. It is a solution for students not fluent in German and therefore unable to attend German lectures. Aside from academics, students also have access to the athletic facilities of Olympic Village, which was built for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 15; Spring: November 15 University of Osnabrueck Country: Germany Location: Osnabueck Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German, English Program Description: Students enroll directly in courses offered at University of Osnabueck, along with German students. Fields of study include arts, business, economics, education, cognitive science, health, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. German language courses are offered, as is a growing list of courses in English in a variety of disciplines. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; German ability Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Johannes Gutenberg Mainz University Country: Germany Location: Mainz Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: Johannes-Gutenberg-University offers many different courses of study ranging from the Natural Sciences, the Humanities, and Economic Sciences to the Arts and Sports. The university is divided into departments, each of which is divided again into institutes or seminaries. With the exception of the Department for Applied Linguistics and Cultural Science (FASK) at Germersheim, all departments are located on the central campus or in downtown Mainz. There are a limited number of classes offered in English. Housing 32,000 students from a wide range of nations, the Johannes Guttenberg Mainz University is an excellent choice for any number of majors or for anyone interested in a diversified learning experience. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Universitat Potsdam Country: Germany Location: Potsdam Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: Direct enrollment program in former East Germany, the historic capital of the Prussian kings and site of the signing of the Peace Treaty in 1945. There are three campuses, one amid architectural masterpieces - the royal palaces of park Sans Souci. Students enroll directly into regular university classes. Intensive German language program available before, as well as during, semester. Fields of study include American studies, architecture, computer science, ecology, history, humanities, information technology, interior design, language study, literature, math, music, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, religion, and social sciences. Fall semesters run from October to December or October to March; spring semesters run from March to July or April to July. Students are housed in dormitories.

Munich University of Applied Sciences Country: Germany Location: Munich Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, German Program Description: The University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1971 by the union of seven colleges of technology and higher education, some of which date back to the early 19th century. With its 14 faculties, students can study a wide range of subjects including engineering, computer science and tourism among others. There are

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Eligibility Requirements: 2.75 GPA, Juniors and Seniors; at least two semesters of college-level German language or equivalent required Credits: undergraduate variable Application Deadline: February 15; October 15

University of Cape Coast Country: Ghana Location: Accra Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Fall, Spring, Intercessions Programs Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Cape Coast is one of the rare sea front universities in the world. “It is represented by academic faculties, schools, institutions and centers, all focused on supporting and advancing specific areas of economic and social activity through learning, teaching, research and consultancy.”The campus is diversified, welcoming, and friendly. The Centre for International Education strives “to be a vibrant centre for coordinating activities of the University at the international level and thereby project the institution as a reputable centre of excellence of teaching, learning and research.” Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore Standing, 2.0 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: February 15th; Spring: September 13

Tuebingen University Country: Germany Location: Tuebingen Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: This exchange program begins with an optional intensive language and culture course. Students may continue to take courses offered for international students and/or may enroll directly in host university courses, depending upon linguistic ability. Students have the opportunity to develop a program of study related to their academic needs. Fields of study include computer science, earth sciences, ecology, humanities, information technology, language study, math, natural and physical sciences, and social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above considered; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of Ghana Country: Ghana Location: Legon, Accra Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Ghana is the oldest and largest of Ghana's five universities. It is located in Accra, the capital of Ghana, which has a lively nightlife, affordable restaurants, and decidedly "non-touristy" atmosphere that makes it a real resource for the participants of this program. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Ghana. Prior to departure, participants select an individual program of study from the more than 350 courses available to overseas students. Fields of study include archeology, architecture, broadcasting, business, communications, computer science, criminal justice, earth sciences, ecology, education, engineering, fine, visual and performing arts, journalism, health and nutrition, history, humanities, information technology, language study, law, linguistics, literature, math, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, physical education, practical classroom experience, social sciences, and sports science. Housing is in university residence halls. All instruction is by the University of Ghana faculty. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 19; November 1

University of Wuerzburg Exchange Country: Germany Location: Wuerzburg Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: German Program Description: This exchange program includes a language and preparatory pre-session after which participants enroll in regular university courses. Fields of study include anthropology, archaeology, art, art history, astronomy, biology, business, chemistry, classics, computer science, earth sciences, ecology, economics, education, Egyptology, engineering, history, humanities, information technology, language, law, linguistics, literature, mathematics, medicine, modern philology, music theory, Oriental philology, pharmacy, philosophy, physics, political sciences, psychology, religion, sociology, and theology. Housing in dormitories or students may make own arrangements. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; graduate students; 2 years of college-level German; ability to communicate and understand lectures in German required Credits: 15-21 undergraduate; graduate available Application Deadline: April 15; November 1; late applications considered

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Odyssey in Athens Country: Greece Location: Athens Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Odyssey in Athens is a unique study abroad program hosted by the University of Indianapolis at its Athens Campus. It is designed to afford college students a rich cultural experience in the birthplace of Western civilization while they take accredited, upper-level courses in their chosen fields of study. Odyssey students study alongside Greek and other international students, a feature which distinguishes Odyssey in Athens from other study abroad programs and facilitates the process of cultural integration. Eligibility Requirements: You must have sophomore standing or above and have both a cumulative and major GPA of at least 2.75 Credits: 15-30 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15, Spring; March 15, Fall and Academic Year

Corvinus University of Budapest (formerly BUESPA) Country: Hungary Location: Budapest Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in special Englishlanguage courses arranged through the International Studies Center of Corvinus University (formerly BUESPA), with other international students. The university is in the heart of Budapest, offering access to a host of opportunities. Fields of study include anthropology, business, economics, history, Hungarian language, political science, and sociology. Students live independently. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15 University of Pecs Country: Hungary Location: Pecs Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in special Englishlanguage courses arranged through the International Studies Center of the University of Pecs, with other international students. Fields of study include anthropology, history, humanities, Hungarian language, political science, psychology, and sociology. Students live independently. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

University of the Aegean Country: Greece Location: Mytilene Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Greek Program Description: The University of the Aegean consists of five Schools and sixteen Departments that, together with the technical and administration offices, form the five University Units based on five islands. Fields of study include social anthropology and history, geography, sociology, environmental studies, marine sciences, business administration, financial and management engineering, mathematics, information and communication systems engineering, statistics and actuarial science, education and educational design. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

INDIA India Internships Country: India Location: Jaipur Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: India has mystified and fascinated visitors for centuries. As the second most populous country and the birthplace of four major world religions, India’s influence on the rest of the world is undeniable.

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India today is undergoing rapid change; while the economy is one of the fastest growing in the world, the people also experience a high occurrence of poverty. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: June 15; Spring: October 1

Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

KEI/ UAlbany at Symbiosis University Country: India Location: Pune Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This undergraduate program offers students the opportunity to study Archaeology, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Cultural and Area Studies, Economics, Engineering, Environmental Science, Fashion Design, Film Studies, Fine Arts (Art, Music, Theatre), Health Science, History, Indian Studies, Journalism, Law, Literature, Mathematics, Media Studies, Medicine, Philosophy, Physics, and TV Studies at Symbiosis. Hindi and Marathi language training available. Internships are available each term. Students live on campus in dorms. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-19 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, Academic Year, February 15; Spring, October 1

University College Cork Country: Ireland Location: Cork Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University College Cork is located near the center of Cork city, the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland. It is one of four constituent universities of the Federal National University of Ireland. Faculties at UCC include Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences; Business and Law; Medicine and Health; and Science, Engineering and Food Science. Year-long students may earn a Certificate in Irish studies. In the fall, students enroll in an Early Start Semester option that runs through September, prior to the beginning of the semester classes beginning in October. Early Start options include study in Irish history, literature, archeology, folklore & ethnology, music, management & business in the EU, and law. During the summer, students may study for 4 weeks at University College Cork in its prestigious International Summer School in Irish Studies. In this program, students will earn 6 credits (3 credits in Irish Literature and 3 credits in Irish History). The program includes mandatory, guided study tours which give students the opportunity to explore Ireland's pristine countryside and visit the places studied in the program's lectures and seminars. The city of Cork was named "The 2005 European Capital of Culture" and is a vibrant center of activity for students and locals. The university offers excellent student services through its International Education Office located on campus. Note: During the semester and academic year options, students are required to make and pay for their own housing arrangements with the support of UCC's Accommodations Office. For the Summer School in Irish Studies program, housing is included in the program fee. Eligibility Requirements: Qualified Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA for Fall/Spring; 2.85 GPA for summer. Must be in good academic standing. Credits: 12-18 undergraduate (semester); 6 undergraduate (summer) Application Deadline: March 15 for Fall; October 15 for Spring

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India Institute of Technology Roorke Country: India Location: Roorkee Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: 160 years is a long time by human standards. But that is how long IIT Roorkee has been a center of excellence. They are the oldest technical institution in India, and their roots lie in the Thomason College of Engineering, established 1847. The institution was awarded the status of the first technical university of free India. The University of Roorkee quickly gained an international reputation as a center of excellence and was renowned for churning out, year after year, some of the best engineers in the world. In the year 2001, the University was declared an institute of national importance and accorded the status of an "Indian Institute of Technology". From the Thomason College of Engineering to an IIT, the institute has come full circle.

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University College Dublin Country: Ireland Location: Dublin Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll directly into regular university courses. Courses are available through the Faculties of Arts and Commerce. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors & above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Eligibility Requirements: 2.50 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: June 1; November 1 Dublin Internships Country: Ireland Location: Dublin Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: All College at Brockport full time internships in Dublin, Ireland are located in Central Dublin or its immediate suburbs, providing the opportunity to experience how the Irish live and work. Every placement location has its own opportunities to try new things and to create a network of international contacts. The College at Brockport works with the largest independent internship provider in Europe, which places over 1,800 young people each year in a wide-range of professional practice situations in a variety of industry sectors. Placements are arranged by an experienced team working with each student on an individual basis. The placement team makes a considerable effort to match each student to an appropriate placement and to monitor the students throughout the semester. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA overall or higher, 2.7 GPA in major or higher Credits: 15 undergraduate credits for the semester, 9 undergraduate credits for summer Application Deadline: Fall, Summer: February 15; Spring: October 15

Trinity College Country: Ireland Location: Dublin Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Permission from individual departments is required to take courses but all are conducted with regular Irish students as part of regular College offerings. Fields of study include but are not limited to: Psychology, Mathematics, Sociology, Political Science, Business, Economics, Language and Communication Studies, Geography, Physics, Chemistry, History, English. Eligibility Requirements: Permission of individual TCD departments; minimum GPA of 3.3 Credits: 12 -15, 36 undergraduate Application Deadline: Spring, September 1; Fall and Academic Year, February 1 Griffith College, Dublin Country: Ireland Location: Dublin Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Brockport's Griffith College program offers participants the opportunity to enroll directly in courses and programs offered by this small, (about 2000 students) centrally-located university-level institution in the heart of Dublin. Griffith College, Dublin arranges housing for participants in new apartment-style, on campus residence halls during the course of their internships or their semester of coursework. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes. Prior to departure, participants select three to four courses from those available to study abroad students. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport’s programs, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad.

Waterford Institute of Technology Country: Ireland Location: Dublin, Ireland Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Waterford Institute of Technology is one of the largest institutes in Ireland. It was established as a Regional Technical College in 1970, and was the first to be awarded Institute of Technology status in 1990. Over the period of this process, and as a result of an international quality review, the Institute was granted delegated authority by the National Council for Educational Awards to confer its own Certificates and Diplomas. Waterford is a city and a port located in the South East of the country. It is the designated gateway to the SE Region, with good shopping, social life and facilities for sport and recreation. Waterford is an ancient walled city with many interesting remains and attractive buildings and its most famous export is the unique Waterford Crystal.

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Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 15 undergraduate, graduate by approval Application Deadline: Fall: June 1; Spring: November 1

National University of Ireland, Maynooth Country: Ireland Location: Maynooth Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: National University of Ireland, Maynooth traces its roots to the foundation of St. Patrick's College in 1795. In 1910, Maynooth became a recognized College of the National University of Ireland for the purpose of awarding degrees in Art, Science, Celtic Studies and Philosophy. Now established with full University status as the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, it introduces new degree and diploma programs in Computer Science, Software Engineering, European Social Policy, Local History and combined History through French or German degrees. Maynooth is located about 15 miles west of Dublin. All participants will attend the same classes, live in the same housing, and participate in the same social, cultural, athletic, and academic extracurricular activities as their Irish counterparts. All instruction is by NUI, Maynooth faculty. Eligibility Requirements: Junior or Senior; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 15

National University of Ireland, Galway Country: Ireland Location: Galway Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Galway, located in western Ireland, is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that still retains its charming medieval character. Students find a thriving cultural and commercial community blended with the lively college life of its 7,000 students. Students enroll directly into regular university classes at NUI Galway with Irish students in one of 7 faculties: Arts, Celtic Studies, Business, Engineering, Medicine and Health Sciences, Law, and Science. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, high achieving Sophomores; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1; late applications considered

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University of Limerick Country: Ireland Location: Limerick Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Among the rolling hills and temperate climate of Ireland is Limerick, a thriving, modern city that is the fourth largest in Ireland. It is there that students receive a comprehensive overview of Irish life and culture. The pursuit of excellence in teaching and research is the prime mission of the University of Limerick. Regular university courses are available from the university's programs in business, education, engineering, humanities, informatics and electronics, and science. Students in the multi-disciplinary Irish Studies program explore Irish language and literature, history, folklore, traditional music, politics, and sociology. A series of off-campus activities such as concerts, field trips to Dublin, and weekend excursions in the west of Ireland form an integral part of the program. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a GPA of 2.9 or higher. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Ben Gurion University Country: Israel Location: Beer Sheva Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Hebrew for regular university courses Program Description: This program begins with a six- to seven-week ulpan for fall and academic year participants and a three- to four-week ulpan for spring participants, both consisting of intensive Hebrew language study. Students choose from a variety of courses including Judaic Studies and Modern Israel or select their own program from courses offered at the School for Overseas Students. Additional fields of study include agriculture, anthropology, archeology, ecology, education, environmental studies, fine arts, Hebrew, Bedouin and Falasha cultures, history, humanities, language study, literature, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, political science, religion, social sciences, and sociology. Students who demonstrate near-native ability in Hebrew may take regular university courses. Field trips are planned and students will have the opportunity to meet with Israeli leaders and Israeli families. Opportunities in desert ecology research and social welfare volunteer work and an honors program in anthropology are also available. Housing in dormitories.

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Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors and exceptional Sophomores; SUNY students only Credits: 15-21 undergraduate Application Deadline: Set by Ben Gurion University

Field trips are planned. Internships and volunteer opportunities are available. Housing in dormitories. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors and exceptional Sophomores; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 15-21 undergraduate Application Deadline: Set by The Hebrew University

Haifa University Country: Israel Location: Haifa Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Hebrew for regular university courses Program Description: This program begins with a four-to six-week ulpan consisting of intensive Hebrew language study for fall and academic year participants. Students choose from a variety of courses including phsycology, archeology, communications, English literature, Hebrew/Arabic culture, history, humanities, language study, law, literature, marine archeology, philosophy, politics, religion, and sociology. Students who demonstrate a near-native ability in Hebrew may take regular university courses. Field trips are offered. Volunteer opportunities, internships, and an honors program in psychology are available for qualified students. Housing in dormitories. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, and exceptional Sophomores; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-22 undergraduate Application Deadline: Set by the University of Haifa

Tel Aviv University Country: Israel Location: Tel Aviv Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Hebrew for regular university courses Program Description: This program begins with a four-to six-week ulpan for fall and academic year participants and a three- to four-week ulpan for spring participants, both consisting of intensive Hebrew language study. Students choose from a variety of courses in archeology, business, ecology, economics, environmental studies, fine arts, Hebrew/Arabic culture, history, humanities, language, law, literature, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, politics, religion, and women's studies. Students who demonstrate near-native ability in Hebrew may take regular university courses. Field trips are offered. Volunteer opportunities and an honors program in Middle Eastern and Israeli studies available for qualified students. Housing in dormitories. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, and exceptional Sophomores; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-21 undergraduate Application Deadline: Set by Tel Aviv University

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Country: Israel Location: Jerusalem Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Hebrew for regular university courses Program Description: This program begins with a six- to seven-week ulpan for fall and academic year participants and a three- to four-week ulpan for spring participants, both consisting of intensive Hebrew language study. Students choose from a variety of courses in Judaic Studies and Modern Israel or select their own program from courses offered at the Rothberg School for Overseas Students. Additional fields of study include agriculture, anthropology, archeology, business, earth sciences, ecology, economics, environmental studies, fine arts, geography, Hebrew and Arabic culture, history, humanities, language study, law, literature, natural science, philosophy, physical sciences, political science, psychology, religion, social sciences, sociology, and women's studies. Hebrew University requires students to enroll in a Hebrew language course each semester. Students who demonstrate near-native ability in Hebrew may take regular university courses.

ITALY Scuola Lorenzo de Medici, Art and Art History Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Designed primarily for students majoring in architecture, art history, art restoration, graphic design, jewelry, language, painting, print-making, sculpture, studio art, and textiles. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1

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Scuola Lorenzo de Medici, Italian Civilization and Culture Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Emphasizes Italian civilization and culture, designed to provide students with an introduction to Italian art, history, language, literature and politics, and international business. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1

Program Description: SUNY Brockport's Internship program in Italy is located in Florence, in the heart of Tuscany. The program is designed to give students the opportunity to become immersed in the Italian culture while learning how Italians live and work. Internship placements in Florence vary widely and most majors can be accommodated. Interns will have the opportunity to connect with other Italian language students and participate in optional excursions and outings to the many historical and cultural sites in Florence and the surrounding Tuscan countryside. Eligibility Requirements: 2.75 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: May 1, Spring: October 1 FIT Liberal Arts in Florence Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Program Description: Fashion Institute of Technology offers a complete semester of Liberal Arts courses in Florence, Italy where SUNY students join FIT Fashion Merchandising students who are studying there for a semester or a year. The program is offered in collaboration with Polimoda, one of Europe’s most important fashion schools. Students study in the heart of the Historic Center where a full time Resident Director and support staff are available. The courses offered include: Introduction to World Affairs, Comparative Political Systems, History of Western Art, Renaissance Art, The Art of Venice, Intercultural Communication, Italian I, II, and III and Italian Conversation. Qualified students who meet the necessary pre-requisites and would like to register for some Merchandising courses in Florence will need to contact the FIT advisor in New York City. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA, Juniors and highly qualified Sophomores Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 15, Spring; late applications considered

Scuola Lorenzo de Medici, Italian Language and Culture Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Italian language and culture studies. Six levels of Italian (beginning to advanced), including grammar, conversation, reading. Weekly seminars on Italian art and culture. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 9-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1 Florence Semester Program Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Italian; English Program Description: Students enroll in courses such as art, art history, literature, and business. Courses are taught in English. Student will also be required to take one Italian language course. Internships are also available for advanced speakers of Italian. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Florence University of the Arts Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Italian Program Description: Florence University of the Arts is an Italian institution of higher education situated in the historic center of Florence. Modeled on the liberal arts curricular tradition, FUA offers a wide variety of courses in the

Florence Internships Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English; Italian

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humanities, fine arts, social sciences and natural sciences. FUA has a highly qualified and dedicated international faculty, a large proportion of which is of Italian nationality. Participants will take a minimum of 12 credits, 6 of which will be an intensive Italian course. Students who have NOT had previous experience with Italian will take an introductory course. Students who have studied Italian at their home university will take a placement exam to determine the appropriate level of instruction. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing or higher, 2.8 cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: June 15; November 1

Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and above; exceptional Sophomores considered; 3.0 GPA. Proficiency in Italian required. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1 Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan - Exchange Country: Italy Location: Milan Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: This exchange option offers courses taught in English in a variety of academic areas and Italian language classes at most levels. Students with fluency in Italian may take regular university classes. Housing is in shared apartments, arranged by UCSC. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.8 GPA; Juniors, Seniors, and high achieving Sophomores Credits: 12-15 undergraduate; graduate credits by special arrangement Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Accademia Italiana Country: Italy Location: Florence or Rome Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Accademia Italiana, which has campuses in Florence and Rome, is considered one of the best art and design schools in Italy with a high level of academic quality and excellent student services. There is an active department of Italian language and culture, and the courses offered by the study abroad department are held in English language or are bilingual. The liberal arts department also offers Italian language courses at all levels. Students may also choose to take courses in Fashion Design, Interior and Product Design, Graphic Design, and Photography and New Media. Students may choose to study at the Accademia Italiana in either Florence or Rome. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior or Senior; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate credits for a semester program Application Deadline: Fall: April 1, Spring: October 1, Summer: March 1

Bocconi University Country: Italy Location: Milan Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Bocconi Universiy in recognised as one of the world best business, economics, and public administration schools. Courses taught in English in areas such as economics, management, marketing, finance, culture, media, public administration, public policy, other social sciences, and law. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.8 GPA; Juniors, Seniors, and high achieving Sophomores Credits: 12-15 undergraduate; graduate credits by special arrangement Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

University of Messina Country: Italy Location: Messina (Sicily) Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Italian Program Description: The University of Messina, set in the heart of the culturally-rich Mediterranean region, is one of the most important and prestigious universities in southern Italy. As part of this direct enrollment program, students participate in classes along with the University of Messina student body. Students select from a wide variety of courses in various disciplines, including economics, engineering, humanities, law, pharmacology, political science, and social sciences.

The Umbra Institute Country: Italy Location: Perugia Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Nestled in the radiant heart of Italy, the Umbra Institute offers semester, summer, and year-long study abroad programs for American and Italian college students. Since its origin in 1999, the Institute has continued to set itself apart as a provider of distinctive academic programs, allowing students the opportunity to learn both in

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and beyond the classroom in the vibrant city of Perugia. The General Studies Program allows students to take courses taught by Umbra faculty at our facilities in English, and in some cases Italian. For those who are interested in a truly immersive study abroad experience, Umbra offers the Italian Language & Culture Program, an intensive course of study where students enroll exclusively at the UniversitĂ  per Stranieri di Perugia and are housed with either local or international students. Students with advanced language skills can use the Umbra support system and facilities as a home base while taking one or more courses through Direct Enrollment at the UniversitĂ  degli Studi di Perugia. Eligibility Requirements: Matriculated students with a minimum 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-18 Undergraduate Application Deadline: Academic Year and Fall: April 15; Spring: October 1

Program Description: Block of business or international relations courses plus language instruction. Fields of study include business, comparative government, economics, and politics. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1 American University of Rome, Italian Civilization and Culture Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Italian culture studies with an emphasis on the history, humanities, and Italian culture, civilization and language. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1

John Cabot University Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Founded in 1972, John Cabot University (JCU) is an independent, four-year liberal arts university offering undergraduate degrees and study abroad programs to English-speaking students from all over the world. John Cabot is located in Rome, Italy, along the banks of the Tiber River in the vibrant Trastevere, on the grounds of the prestigious Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, where Galileo once worked. Small cobblestone streets and outdoor cafes characterize the neighborhood surrounding JCU. it is the perfect place to study and meet with friends as you enjoy the historic center of Rome. Students will become part of a lively, international community with individuals from 50 countries. Participants can choose from 200 courses, taught in English, with small and engaging class settings. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: May 15; Spring: November 1

American University of Rome, Italian Studies Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Study of the Mediterranean region and the history of Italy. Courses on early Italian literature, images of Italy in British and American writers, Italian theater, modern Italian poetry, survey of Italian literature, and all levels of Italian language and study. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1 University of Rome La Sapienza Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Italian Program Description: Student enroll in regular university coursework at the University of Rome. During the month of October, a four-week mandatory language and culture orientation will be provided for full-year participants. Students take courses at the Faculties of Economics and

American University of Rome, International Business and International Relations Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian

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Commerce, Engineering, Letters, Philosophy, or Political Science. Tutorial assistance is provided. Housing and excursions are arranged by the on-site coordinator. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA; Proficiency in Italian required Credits: 12-15 undergraduate. Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of Siena Country: Italy Location: Siena Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Italian Program Description: This program provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to directly enroll at the University of Siena. Fall semester has typically run from mid-September to late January; spring from early February to mid-July. Fields of study include archeology, art history, biology, biotechnology, chemistry, communications, economics, engineering, environmental science, finance, geology, history, Italian language and literature, linguistics, mathematics, philosophy, physics, and political science. Students live in university residence halls. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA; minimum of 2 years of college-level Italian Credits: 12-15 undergraduate; 12-15 graduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

LUMSA Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Italian Program Description: Lumsa is located in the historic center of Rome and in one of the most beautiful and historically rich areas of the city. It provides students with the opportunity to fully embrace all that Rome has to offer. Students study alongside other Italian students while taking classes taught in the host language. Area of study include Philosophy, Law, Education, Communications, Political Science, Psychology and more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA; must have intermediate level language skills Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Sorrento Study Abroad Country: Italy Location: Sorrento Campus: Alfred State College Term(s): Spring, Fall, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Alfred State College has partnered with Sant'Anna Institute (formerly Sorrento Lingue Institute) to provide students with a unique study abroad opportunity in the Campania region of Italy, where the innumerable cultural assets of the area promise an incomparable learning experience. The Sorrento location offers students easy access to the popular cultural centers of Rome, Florence, Milan, and other cities in the north of Italy and an opportunity to experience the unique culture, customs, and climate of southern Italy. An increasingly popular alternative to traditional study abroad offerings, this Faculty Led Program (FLP) program offers courses taught by Alfred State College and Sant'Anna faculty in a variety of academic areas like architecture, business, liberal arts and the humanities. The program offers opportunities for service learning, internships and guest speakers. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.5 GPA; Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1; late applications considered

Siena Program Country: Italy Location: Siena Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: The Siena experience transports students from their 20th century campuses to one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Italy. While living with Sienese families and participating actively in the life of the community, students attend small classes taught primarily in English. The academic program revolves around a core of courses, including Art and Architecture in Siena, History of Italy/Contemporary Italian Civilization, and Italian language. Classes in ceramics, literature, and painting are also offered. Courses are normally taught in the Siena Program office/classroom complex and the Art Institute. Facultyguided tours of Florence, Rome, and other Italian cities for firsthand study of original works of art, architecture, and Italian culture are included. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA; 1 or more semesters of college-level Italian or the equivalent Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 20

Scuola Lorenzo de' Medici Country: Italy Location: Tuscania Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year

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Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Scuola Lorenzo de Medici has expanded and added a second location in Tuscania, Italy. Tuscania is a small, authentic Italian town about an hour to the north of Rome. The whole town becomes the campus for students taking classes at Scuola Lorenzo de' Medici in Tuscania. The Lorenzo de' Medici School in Tuscania offers courses to students from all over the world in Italian language, art, and culture allowing students to study and carry out research through an exchange between cultures. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1

Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1

JAMAICA University of the West Indies Exchange Country: Jamaica Location: Barbados, Jamaica or Trinidad Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Fields of study include History, Political Science, Sociology, English, Natural Sciences, Law, Education. Students go to Barbados (or Jamaica or Trinidad) for a semester or academic year. They study in regular courses taught by faculty of the University of the West Indies. Undergraduate programs are comprehensive and are organized by Faculty into Education, the Humanities, Law, Clinical Medicine and Research, Science and Technology, and Social Sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing or above; cumulative and major GPAs of at least 3.0 Credits: 12 - 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 1, Spring; February 1, Fall and Academic Year

University of Urbino Country: Italy Location: Urbino Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Italian Program Description: The New York Times describes Urbino as "...a time capsule tucked away in hills near the Adriatic Coast, (offering) a better idea of what life in the Renaissance must have been like than all the monuments of Florence and Rome. Urbino is Italy at its best." In this program, which runs from late September to early August, students enroll in intensive Italian language courses for foreign students, taught by native-born faculty from the University of Urbino. Students also enroll in regular university courses. Fields of study include business, economics, history, humanities, language study, literature, and social sciences. Field trips to Venice, Rome, Florence, Gubbio, and Assisi round out your total Italian experience. Eligibility Requirements: Students who have completed at least two full-time semesters of college level study are eligible to apply. Minimum GPA of 2.5 required. Must have completed Int Italian II at time of application. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Jamaica Performing Arts Program Country: Jamaica Location: Kingston Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Jamaica Performing Arts Program is hosted by the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts, which offers a wide variety of performance and studio courses in each of its Schools - the School of Art, the School of Dance, and the School of Drama. In addition to courses in these performing arts areas, the College offers a range of upper-division courses in Caribbean studies and culture. Prior to departure, participants select an individual program of study from the courses listed. Instruction is by the Edna Manley College faculty and participants are examined in the same manner and are held to the same standards as their Jamaican counterparts. Eligibility Requirements: Junior and Senior Performing Arts majors; 2.75 GPA; 3.0 GPA in major Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; November 1

Istituto Venezia Country: Italy Location: Venice Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: Beginning through advanced Italian, including an 18-credit super intensive Italian program. Limited additional courses in English including art history, culture, music, and the Venice film festival. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA

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SGU is well-respected for its diverse student body, high quality academic programs, and friendly staff and faculty. The University promotes cross-cultural understanding amidst beautiful Fukuoka. The campus has 8,000 students. The campus has a law school, comprehensive library, fitness center, historical museum, social and community activities, student organizations, an interfaith chapel, American and international cuisine, and impressive technology and student services. Students may get actively involved in the community, explore religious and cultural diversity. SGU credit is on a 2 unit/cr hr system. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores standing, 2.5 cumulative GPA minimum Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall or Academic Year, February 15; Spring, September 13

Akita International University Country: Japan Location: Akita Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Japanese Program Description: Students attending the Akita International University (AIU) exchange program will be directly enrolled in the university and sit among Japanese students as well as other international students from an elite network of universities around the world. All courses are taught in English in the fields of: Japanese Studies, Global Studies, Global Business, Liberal Arts, and the Japanese language. Akita prefecture is located in the northeastern part of Honshu Island on the Japan Sea, 400 miles north of Tokyo. It is a naturally beautiful area of Japan. Students are encouraged to live in AIU's campus housing, which includes a meal plan. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Kansai Gaidai University Exchange Country: Japan Location: Hirakata City (Osaka) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Japanese Program Description: This undergraduate exchange program offers students the opportunity to study Asian studies, economics and business, history, Japanese language and literature, politics, and society at Kansai Gaidai. Japanese language courses taught in Japanese; Asian studies courses and other electives taught in English. One course in spoken Japanese is mandatory; students select the others. A oneweek orientation is provided in Japan at the beginning of the program to introduce the student to Japanese culture and family life. Students live with Japanese families or in dorms. Non-SUNY students must have one year of college-level Japanese training to be eligible. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA; preference to students with Japanese language background and evidence of strong interest in Asian studies Credits: 14-17 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, Academic Year, February 15; Spring, October 1; Calendar Year, August 1

Chiba University Country: Japan Location: Chiba Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Academic Year Language of Instruction: Japanese Program Description: Chiba University is located in Chiba, Japan a suburb of Tokyo. The University enables students of different curricula to experience living in Japan without the bustle of Tokyo. As an exchange student you will be directly enrolled in the university and sit amongst Japanese students as well as other international students. Eligibility Requirements: Sophmore standing or above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March1

Kyoto Sangyo University Country: Japan Location: Kyoto Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Japanese Program Description: Located in the historic city of Kyoto, students are offered the unique chance to attend a university whose academics and location are matched by its diversity of clubs and student organizations. Language Proficiency is required.

Seinan Gakuin University Country: Japan Location: Fukuoka Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year, Summer Language of Instruction: English; Japanese Language Coursework Program Description: The program is open to all majors. Founded by an American missionary, the University has expanded into a secular community, welcoming students from around the world.

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Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Waseda University Country: Japan Location: Tokyo Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Japanese Program Description: Waseda University's reputation in Japan as one of the most prestigious universities in the country stem from its excellence in education, research and the cultivation of graduates that contribute to Japan and the world at large. Japanese and foreign alike can receive both undergraduate and graduate degrees in programs taught entirely in English. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Nihon University Country: Japan Location: Mishima Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Japanese Program Description: Nihon University offers many programs including the natural sciences, humanities, social sciences and international relations. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of Tsukuba Country: Japan Location: Tsukuba Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Academic Year Only Language of Instruction: English; Japanese Program Description: Students enroll in special program designed for the study of Japanese language and culture. Students can apply for a special scholarship offered by the Japanese government. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; 1 year of Japanese language required, 2 years preferred. Credits: 30 undergraduate (year only) Application Deadline: 1-Feb

Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies Country: Japan Location: Nagasaki Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring or Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Japanese Program Description: Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies is located on the northern border of Nagasaki City and its suburb of Togitsu. The program offers courses in Japanese language and Japanese society and culture. In addition to the required language course and Japan Studies classes, students have the option to take seminars in Traditional Japanese Arts. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Japanese Studies Country: Japan Location: Yamagata Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: Japanese, English Program Description: Students study Japanese language and culture in an intensive 15-week program. They live in housing for international students that is located close to the main campus. This program is an exchange program. However, any qualified SUNY student may participate as long as spaces are available. Please note that the semester calendar dates at Yamagata do not coincide with SUNY fall and spring semester dates. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors, minimum 3.0 GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: Spring, October 15; Fall, March 15

Okayama University Country: Japan Location: Okayama Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Japanese Program Description: Okayama University has six campuses to choose from total and has a broad range of programs to fit the needs of any student attending. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

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interested in the international relations or foreign aid work, as it provides students with a unique work environment in the city of Nairobi. Fields of study also include international relations, journalism, psychology, business administration, hotel and restaurant management, information systems and technology, international business administration, tourism management, and accounting. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduates Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (KIMEP) Country: Various Location: Almaty Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: KIMEP is located in the city of Almaty, which is in the beautiful, mountainous regionon of Kazakhstan near the border of Kyrgyzstan. The university offers North American-style degree curricula in subjects like business administration, international relations, economics, and journalism. Most classes are taught in English and strive to transfer knowledge relevant to Central Asian society. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March 15; Spring, October 1

United States International University (USIU) Country: Kenya Location: Nairobi Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program is temporarily suspended. Please contact the James M. Clark Center for International Education if you would like additional information. Located on Africa's east coast, Kenya straddles the equator and is in the heart of Africa's safari territory. It is the country with the greatest number of ancient cultures residing together in the modern world. The United States International University USIU is the oldest and largest private secular university in East Africa. The attractive American- style campus lies in a suburb of Nairobi, hosting more than 2,300 students from over 40 countries with the majority of students being Kenyan and East African. Participants may study a variety of course work in the fields of International Relations, Journalism, Communication, Psychology, Tourism, Business, and Information Technology. Part-time or full-time internships are available as well. Housing is in modern residence halls and meals are available in dining halls. The Recreation Center has a gym and a pool. USIU offers recreational and team sports as well as a number of clubs. Eligibility Requirements: Junior, Seniors, or Sophomores by special permission. Minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 for Fall or Summer; October 15 for Spring

KENYA Turkana Basin Field School Country: Kenya Location: Lake Turkana Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This field school is designated for upper division undergraduates who have an interest in prehistoric sciences and who seek comprehensive field training. The Turkana Basin region, made famous over the past five decades through the work of Richard, Meave and Louise Leakey, has produced much of the world's most important fossil evidence for human evolution. The field school will have five modules and will provide 15 credits of 300-level coursework in Physical Anthropology and Geology. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing; 2.0 Cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1, May 1

United States International University Country: Kenya Location: Nairobi Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The option allows students to immerse themselves in the eastern African culture by living in this vibrant city of Nairobi, Kenya's political capital, and

United States International University Country: Kenya Location: Nairobi Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: USIU is an excellent choice for anthropology majors as well as any individual who is

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Chungnam National University Country: Korea Location: Daejeon City Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Korean, English Program Description: Chungnam National University CNU plays a critical role as a pioneer in leading the development of the regional economy, society, arts and culture by creating advanced technology and various cultural events. As one of the most prestigious national universities in Korea, CNU makes every effort for the development of higher education. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate. Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

the principal economic, diplomatic and cultural center in East Africa. Students can choose from a variety of courses taught in English at the University. Internship and community service opportunities are also available. The academic calendar at USIU is divided into trimesters, with Fall, Spring and Summer terms. Each trimester is approximately 3 1/2 months. Students can enroll in up to 15 credits per trimester. Academic year (Fall and Spring trimesters) students can enroll in a total of 30 credits. Most courses are 3 credits. Internships are 3 credits. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required, all students must be in good academic standing. Credits: up to 15 undergraduate credits each semester and up to 30 for the year Application Deadline: April 1 for fall and academic year and October 1 for spring;March 1 for the summer; late applications considered

Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) Country: Korea Location: Daejeon, Korea Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: International students participating in the exchange program may register for courses offered in Korean or English to take a maximum of 21 credits per semester. Although the main medium of instruction is Korean, many courses are offered in English, a list of which can be found on the Office of International Affairs website. Exchange students are fully integrated into the regular programs with Korean students. This allows exchange students to experience Korean culture to the fullest extent. Exchange students may also register free of charge in Korean language courses offered by the Korean Language Education Center. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

KOREA Hallym University Exchange Country: Korea Location: Chuncheon Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: Limited curriculum in English and Korean language. On-campus housing available. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications considered Kyungpook National University in Korea Country: Korea Location: Daegu, South Korea Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: SUNY Oswego's exchange program in Korea with Kyungpook National University (KNU) is a comprehensive exchange program open to students in all disciplines. In addition to content courses offered in Korean, KNU offers a full range of content courses in English in business, social sciences, and culture, as well as courses in Korean language from beginning to advanced levels. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 1; Spring, November 1

Chungnam National University Country: Korea Location: Daejon Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Open to all majors. Ideal for Biology majors, Chungnam National University has 35,000 students and is well-respected for its diverse student body, high quality academic programs, and world-class faculty and friendly staff who are predominantly bilingual. Selected as one of the “50

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best universities in Asia,� the university is passionate about turning dreams into reality for its students. Encouraging active engagement on campus and in the community, CNU has competitive campus employment available for its international students. The campus is strategically located in Korea – just 1.5 hours by train to Seoul. Daejon is one of the largest cities in South Korea, just southwest of Seoul and is a powerhouse for the healthcare, engineering, and manufacturing industries. The city is known being safe, friendly, and slower paced than Seoul. Known for its museums, historical sites, Buddhist temples, National Science Museum, Science Expo Park, and hot springs. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore Standing; 3.0 Cumulative GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 13

Program Description: Limited curriculum in English in humanities and social sciences and intensive Korean language program. On-campus housing available. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications considered Inha University Country: Korea Location: Incheon Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: Inha University is a private university located in Incheon, South Korea. Having been founded as the Inha Institute of Technology in 1954, the Hanjin Group, led by the former chairman Choong-Hoon Cho, took over the administration of Inha University in 1968. Inha University boasts a long tradition and heritage focusing on the natural sciences and engineering, and has produced generations of qualified engineers, entrepreneurs, and experts in various industrial sectors. Inha University has been consistently among the finest in various college evaluations nationally and internationally. Incheon, Inha University's hometown, especially since the opening of Incheon International Airport, is now gearing up to become the hub of international logistics and business for the Northeast Asian region. The city of Incheon and Inha University are in fact close partners who always seek to cooperate in the building of a better future based on a shared past and tradition. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

SolBridge International School of Business Country: Korea Location: Daejon Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: A premier business school, SolBridge teaches all its business courses exclusively in English. SolBridge International School of Business at Woosong University is a state-of-the-art facility. With 400 business students from 38 countries and growing, the school is strategically located in Daejon, a major research, science, and technology are of South Korea. The program is competitive and its curricula is rigorous. SolBridge is led by Dr. John Endicott, a 2005 Nobel Peace Prize candidate, and world-class faculty. The school has ultra-modern facilities, a premier fitness center, pool, cafes, and outstanding technology for a serious learning environment. Students have an opportunity to view Korean businesses. Coursework taught in English includes: Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Management, Finance, and many others. Non-business courses may be taken at Woosong University. Cost for the program is very affordable and value-added in dynamic Korea. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing; Cumulative 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 13

Kangnung National University Country: Korea Location: Kangnung Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Korean; English Program Description: This exchange program is open to students, faculty and staff who may stay for a semester or the academic year. Students are required to take one course in Korean language and culture at Kangnung. Fields of study include earth sciences, ecology, engineering, history, humanities, liberal arts, literature, natural and physical sciences, physical education, and sports science. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors & Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; September 1

Yeungnam University Exchange Country: Korea Location: Gyeongsan Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Korean

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POSTECH - Pohang University of Science and Technology Country: Korea Location: Pohang Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) is a recent private university known for its research and education in science and technology that opened on December 3, 1986. In 1998, it was ranked by Asiaweek as the best science and technology university in Asia. According to The Times Higher Education, this university is ranked the 53rd best university, 6th best in Asia, and 3rd in South Korea. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

literature, philosophy, religion, and social sciences. Students with sufficient Korean are permitted to take courses in Korean. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1 Seoul National University, School of International and Area Studies Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: Seoul National University is the highest ranked university in Korea. This program is open to students with little or no Korean language ability. Instruction in specific courses in English with intensive Korean language study is possible. Fields of study include anthropology, economics, history, international business, Japanese language, Korean language, and political science. Direct enrollment in regular university courses for students fluent in Korean. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Gachon University Country: Korea Location: Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: Gachon University aims to nurture those values recognized by international society through the development, fusion and execution of the various academic disciplines necessary for an international education system. As well as this, the university aims to provide an extensive choice of academic options, to promote the G2+N3 specialization and to construct a university campus equipped with cutting-edge educational facilities, thus increasing its possibilities of becoming one of the Top 10 Universities by 2020. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Yonsei University Exchange Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: This undergraduate exchange program offers students the opportunity to study anthropology, art history, business, economics, history, law, and philosophy taught in English. Additional fields of study include communications, culture, education, fine arts, humanities, Korean language study, literature, political science, psychology, religion, social sciences, and sociology. Korean language study is optional. Participants live in the international dorm on campus or make their own arrangements. Fluent Korean required for direct enrollment in host university courses. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate; graduate credits available Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications considered

Ewha Womans University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: Ewha Womans University is the highest ranked private university in Korea. The co-ed international exchange program is open to students without prior knowledge of Korean. Instruction in English with intensive Korean language study possible. Fields of study include anthropology, archeology, architecture, business, economics, fine, visual, and performing arts, history, humanities, interior design, language study, linguistics,

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Dongguk University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Korean; English Program Description: Dongguk University was founded in 1906 and provides a world-class education that bridges East and West on many levels. Dongkuk consistently ranks among Korea's top universities. Students experience Korean culture and language, as well as university academic courses. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

language, law/legal studies, and political science. Graduate students may enroll in the Korean Studies program, focusing on economy and business, law and politics, or society and culture. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, seniors and graduate students; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 12-16 graduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15 Konkuk University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: Konkuk University, conveniently located in Seoul, is one of the leading private universities in Korea and generally regarded as one of the top 10 universities in Korea out of over 370 universities and colleges. The university has over 1,000 full-time faculty members and over 1,100 part-time instructors, offering 120 undergraduate, 69 graduate, and 55 doctoral degrees. The university has an enrollment of about 25,000 students including around 3,000 graduate students. The university is renowned for its research, having over 30 research centers and institutes. Some of the best known academic disciplines include Real Estate, Economics, Business and Public Administration, Political Science, Humanities, Veterinary Medicine, Aeronautical Engineering, Bio-molecular Science, Industrial Design, Animal Bioscience and Technology. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Sogang University Exchange Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: Students can choose from a variety of undergraduate courses offered in English. Almost all courses offered at Sogang University are open to exchange students. Students who are juniors or seniors can also take advantage of the graduate courses in the Graduate School of International Studies with prior permission from the appropriate professors. According to their Korean proficiency level, students may choose to take regular courses lectured in Korean. Korean Language courses are also available to students who wish to enhance their Korean language skills. Eligibility Requirements: Applicants for the Sogang program should have Sophomore standing and an overall GPA of at least 3.0. Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: November 1, Spring; April 1, Fall and Academic Year

Yonsei University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: This undergraduate exchange program offers students the opportunity to study anthropology, art history, business, economics, history, law, and philosophy taught in English. Additional fields of study include communications, culture, education, fine arts, humanities, Korean language study, literature, political science, psychology, religion, social sciences, and sociology. Korean language study is optional. Participants live in the international dorm on campus or make their own arrangements. Fluent Korean required for direct enrollment in host university courses. Housing in on-campus dormitory or students may make own arrangements.Yonsei University

Korea University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Classes are taught in English for international students at Korea University. No previous knowledge of Korean is required for admission. Undergraduate students enroll in a maximum of six, threecredit classes per semester in a variety of fields. Fields of study include basic sciences, business administration, economics, history, international relations, Korean art,

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offers many academic programs and gives students the choice to either attend the campus in Sinchon or Wonju. The University makes several provisions for international students including the Global Lounge, a complex that houses the 3500 students from 69 countries. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Sangmyung University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: Established in 1937, Sangmyung University is one of the leading private universities in Korea located in the heart of Seoul's urban core, yet situated right on the edge of Mt. Bukhan National Park. About 15,000 students, including over 1,000 international students from all over the world, are currently enrolled in 13 colleges in the Seoul and Cheonan campuses. We specialize in the fields of Education, Computer Software, Media Technology, and Design, and intend to build these departments up to worldclass status with the support and cooperation of various industries and organizations. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Korea University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: An opportunity to study at one of South Korea’s best universities is available through the Binghamton University program at Korea University in Seoul. Courses in several management fields, Korean and Asian Studies, and Korean language are featured. Binghamton students are fully integrated into the university, taking courses with Korean students. They live in campus residence halls and are included in all university activities. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, juniors and seniors with a strong academic background; students with a 3.0 grade point average or higher are encouraged to apply. Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Hanyang University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: The founding spirit of Hanyang University is to educate and train students to understand and to love one another, based upon virtues of diligence, honesty, humility and service, to heighten the noble spirit of learning, and to become men and women, who work not only for themselves but also for the nation and its people, and further, for all mankind. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Soongsil University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: Soongsil University is pursuing global competitive power through the specialization. The highly qualified faculty and unique educational programs are customized for each department and with alliances between businesses and other universities worldwide, Soongsil is able to meet its goal of producing much needed global talents. It nurtures men and women of faith and competence by building on its long standing strengths, and is making a giant leap towards a brighter future. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Chung-Ang University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: Chung-Ang University a Private Comprehensive institution, which enrolls 30,000 students with a faculty of 907 members at 19 colleges and 16 graduate schools on two campuses in Seoul and nearby suburban Anseoung in Korea. Its culture and arts-related programs have been widely recognized as the best they have enabled the university to gain the status of the Center of recent “Korea culture wave” within and outside Asia.

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Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Program Description: Consistent with its emphasis on global education, Ajou University offers a variety of courses taught in English. They are designed to provide an excellent opportunity for both international and Korean students to study their chosen fields in an international atmosphere. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 Undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

The University of Seoul Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English and Korean Program Description: The University of Seoul is a public university funded and supported by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. The character of the university, the faculty, academic programs, and research institutions is shaped by Seoul’s metropolitan dynamic. Along with basic research, it functions as a think-tank in formulating and supporting the major policy goals of the Seoul Metropolitan Government. With diverse and specific programs that integrate research and policy, practice and education, the University of Seoul seeks a balance between academic and professional concerns, between visionary goals and practical research. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Yonsei University at Wonju - Global Village Country: Korea Location: Wonju Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Open only to Oneonta students, the Global Village (GV) program is ideal for English, Education, History, Political Science, and International Studies majors. SUNY students are also required to take beginner Korean language at Wonju and a class in Korean culture as part of their educational experience and are encouraged to take part in campus and community activities and low cost field trips. Entry to the exchange program is competitive and academically strong, qualified students are encouraged to apply. Up to $3,000 USD is available to qualified applicants and payment is disbursed as students teach English to Yonsei Korean. Oneonta students are also required to enroll in the SILP program in the fall or within the year prior to studying abroad, taking Korean language from a Yonsei exchange student at Oneonta. Yonsei at Wonju has 6,000 students at its beautiful, rural campus. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing; 2.5 cumulative GPA Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 13, Spring; Apply Early

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Country: Korea Location: Seoul, Korea Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) is composed of two campuses, the Seoul campus located in the eastern region of the nation's capital city, and its suburban campus in Yong-in, which is about an hour and a half drive from the Seoul campus. Founded as Korea’s only institution of higher education focusing in foreign languages, HUFS produced a first class of 133 graduates in 1958 and began to broaden the reach of Korea toward the world. In 1978, HUFS became the largest college in Korea with four divisions and 28 departments. It recruits about 1,005 new students each year. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1, October 1

MADAGASCAR Institute for the Conservation of Tropical Environments (ICTE/MICET) Country: Madagascar Location: Ranomafana National Park Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: A two-day intensive orientation on the Stony Brook campus, then travel to Madagascar's Ranomafana National Park. Courses taught by Stony Brook University and host country faculty. Field courses include: Biodiversity Science Field Methods, Madagascar Ecosystems, and Primate Behavior and Ecology. In addition, independent research in the tropical rainforest is supervised by

Ajou University Country: Korea Location: Suwon Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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international faculty conducting research on site. Students tailor their research to their specific academic program (primatology, anthropology, ichthyology, ornithology, biology, limnology, etc.). Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above. Students must be in good academic standing (minimum G.P.A. 2.0) Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

In 1997, UNINTER expanded and opened its doors to Mexican students seeking their undergraduate and graduate degrees. This created the opportunity for international students to complete work toward their undergraduate studies in Mexico outside the Spanish Language. Students on Brockport's program can also choose an Internship option. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA or higher, at least 1 semester of Spanish instruction recommended Credits: 12-15 undergraduate credits for a semester, 6-12 undergraduate credits in Summer, 3 undergraduate credits in Winter, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: Fall, Summer: May 15; Spring, Winter: November 1

MEXICO ITESM (Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey) Country: Mexico Location: Cuernavaca Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: Students enroll in a variety of courses including regular university courses in Spanish, courses in English, English-language courses designed primarily for international students, or a combination. Students with Spanish fluency are eligible to choose from the full curriculum. Fields of study include business, economics, sciences, political science, literature, international relations, and engineering. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; language requirement for direct enrollment Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Universidad de las Americas - Puebla Country: Mexico Location: Puebla Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish, English occasionally Program Description: Designed for students of anthropology or Spanish, with strong programs in business economics, international relations, and liberal arts. Anthropology courses include field and lab work in archaeology and cultural anthropology with a focus on Mexican cultures. Courses for Spanish majors include language, literature, and Mexican civilization. An Englishlanguage course is sometimes available. Many textbooks are in English. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors (and exceptional Sophomores) with minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate; graduate credits variable Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Universidad Internacional Country: Mexico Location: Cuernavaca Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: Choosing to learn Spanish in Cuernavaca, Mexico is a very exciting decision for many reasons. Cuernavaca is known internationally as the "City of Eternal Spring" because of its nearly perfect climate- the city boasts year round temperatures of 75 to 80 degrees. Cuernavaca is ideally located in central Mexico within easy reach of Mexico City, Teotihuacan, Acapulco, Puebla, Taxco, and many other fascinating places. Students on The College at Brockport’s program will study at Universidad Internacional (UNINTER). Students choosing to enroll in the Spanish Language Immersion program through Brockport will study at UNINTER’s Center for Linguistic and Multicultural Studies (CLMS), which was founded in 1980 with a mission to teach the Spanish language and Mexican culture exclusively to foreign students.

Universidad de las Américas Puebla Country: Mexico Location: Puebla Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Geneseo is proud to offer this highly selective undergraduate program with one of Mexico’s leading private universities. Two forms of the program are offered: a study abroad program and an exchange program. Costs differ between the two and there are a limited number of spaces available on the exchange program. Students may study in the following areas: Political Science, International Relations, and Mexican Studies. Program participants are fully integrated into the Institute’s community; they directly enroll in regular courses, live in student housing, and have access to all campus activities.

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Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to Political Science and International Relations majors, and to those interested in the Mexican Studies option. Students must be fluent or near-fluent in Spanish, as all instruction is in Spanish with native Spanish-speaking students Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 15, Spring; April 1, Fall and Academic Year

Each program features dozens of workshops with base communities and activists from Mexican social movements. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

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UPAEP Country: Mexico Location: Puebla City Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: UPAEP is located in Puebla City, Mexico about 75 miles south of Mexico City. Puebla is the fourth largest city in Mexico and is considered one of the most important and beautiful colonial cities in the country. The university was founded in 1973 and offers 41 undergraduate programs. Students studying at UPAEP through SUNY Fredonia will have the opportunity to be immersed in the Spanish language for four weeks in the summer or an entire semester. Language professors at UPAEP help students to appropriately understand and learn the language using a methodology that promotes the constant practice of the language, enhancing the linguistic and cultural immersion to the maximum. Housing is in host families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Credits: 12 - 18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 15; Spring: October1

Al Akhawayan University of Ifrane Country: Morocco Location: Ifrane Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Arabic Program Description: Ifrane is a university town in the Middle Atlas region of Morocco, one hour south of Fez. It is ideally situated for travel throughout Morocco, including Casablanca and Marrakesh. Arabic language is taught at beginning through advanced levels; French language courses are also available. All other regular university courses are taught in English in art history, business, computer science, geography, humanities, literature, political science, and women's studies. Students live in residence halls with Moroccan students. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 15 graduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15 Al-Akhawayn University Country: Morocco Location: Ifrane Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Arabic Program Description: Geneseo offers this program run by SUNY Binghamton. Under the auspices of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Al-Akhawayn University in Ifrane (AUI) offers program participants in-depth Arabic language and culture courses. The former includes Moroccan Colloquial Arabic, but focus on spoken and written Modern Standard Arabic at all levels is also provided. Participants may also select from a full array of courses (taught in English) from the university's professional programs, the arts, geography, history, humanities, political science, management, computer science, and sociology. Many of the core courses are related to Morocco, the Mediterranean, North Africa, and the greater Arab and Islamic world.

Mexican Solidarity Network Country: Mexico Location: Various - Study Tour Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: The Mexico Solidarity Network is a grassroots-based organization dedicated to profound social change that challenges existing power relationships and builds alternatives. The Mexico Solidarity Network struggles for democracy, economic justice and human rights on both sides of the US-Mexico border. The program utilizes the modular system. The modular system is a multi-disciplinary, student-centered pedagogy that emphasizes discussion, student presentations, group reflection and integration of theory with hands-on experience. Professors are activist/academics with years of firsthand experience in popular struggles in Mexico and the United States.

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Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required Credits: 15-30 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15, Spring; March 15, Fall or Academic Year

Groningen Exchange Country: Netherlands Location: Groningen Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This is a semester or year program. The following majors are particularly encouraged to apply: Geography, Sociology, Psychology, Business, Economics, Communication, and History. The University of Groningen was founded in 1614 and is one of the oldest research universities in Europe. Students and staff members come from the Netherlands and at least 90 other countries. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Spring; March 1, Fall and Academic Year

NETHERLANDS Amsterdam School of Business Country: Netherlands Location: Amsterdam Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program is a one-for-one undergraduate exchange concentrating on finance, international trade, and marketing. Students are enrolled in regular classes taught in English at one of the Netherlands' largest business schools, located in the heart of a city where culture and commerce go hand in hand. Courses are also available in accounting, computing, law, and management. Students are required to enroll in either Dutch for foreign students, beginning Spanish, or, if they have previously studied French, German, or Spanish, in a business language course in one of those languages. Students live in apartment buildings where the school reserves space. Eligibility Requirements: Junior and Senior; business and economics students; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Leiden University Country: Netherlands Location: Leiden Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Dutch Program Description: Leiden University is the oldest university in the Netherlands. Since its inception, the university has maintained a prestigious place in academia, with four of its faculty members receiving the Nobel Prize in the 20th century. The University is located 8 miles from the coast and is less than 30 miles from Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and The Hague. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at Leiden University. Prior to departure, participants select three courses available to study abroad students at Leiden University. All instruction is by LU faculty. Courses are available in liberal arts and Dutch studies. Typically, fall semester runs from early September through mid-December; spring from early February through mid-June. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's program in the Netherlands, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1; Spring: October 15

University of Arnhem and Nijmegen- Exchange Country: Netherlands Location: Arnhem, Nijmegen Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: University at Albany's exchange program with HAN University of Applied Sciences offers coursework in a variety of disciplines. Both cities, Arnhem and Nijmegen are exciting places to study located about an hour and a half from Amsterdam. This program with HAN offers courses taught in English in Education, Sociology, Business Logistics and Management, Communication, Education, Finance and Accounting, Human Resources and Quality Management, International Business and Management Studies. By special arrangement participants may also have an opportunity to teach English in the secondary schools of Nijmegen. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate and graduate students; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate; 15 graduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 15

Erasmus University Rotterdam Country: Netherlands Location: Rotterdam Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Erasmus University Rotterdam is a research university, driven by a strong focus on current social issues. The university concentrates its expertise on issues of

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Auckland University Country: New Zealand Location: Auckland Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Auckland is New Zealand's number one university, ranked in the world's top 50 universities, and top in New Zealand for research. Students can study a wide range of courses, from architecture and arts to science and technology. Students enroll directly in University courses alongside other New Zealand students. Auckland's international student program offers a wide variety of activities for exchange students and has a strong support system to ensure a smooth transition into the University. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 1; October 1

management, organisation and policy in the public and private sectors on the one hand, as well as on the field of sickness and health care. Erasmus University Rotterdam generates knowledge from research to share with the community. Its driving forces are academic curiosity, critical reflection and social engagement. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1 Tilburg University - Exchange Country: Netherlands Location: Tilburg Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University at Albany offers an exchange program for students at Tilburg University, located in the southern part of the Netherlands. Tilburg is known for its high standards in education and scientific research and in nationwide rankings, Tilburg has come out on top for the past few years. Students enroll in regular university courses taught in English in the Schools of Business, Economics, Law, Communication, Education, International Studies, and Social and Behavioral Sciences (including psychology). Dutch language courses are also offered. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate; graduate by arrangement Application Deadline: April 15; October 1

Canterbury Exchange Country: New Zealand Location: Canterbury Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Spring; Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students approved for the exchange have the opportunity to study such subjects as Art, Commerce, Education, Engineering, Fine Arts, Forestry, Gender Studies, Geography, Geological Sciences, Law, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sciences, and Social Sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing or above. Cumulative and major GPAs of at least 3.0 Credits: 12-18 undergraduate (semester); 24-36 undergraduate (academic year) Application Deadline: October 1, Spring; February 15, Fall

NEW ZEALAND Auckland University of Technology Country: New Zealand Location: Auckland Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Auckland University of Tech (AUT) is situated in Auckland, New Zealand's capital city on the North Island. This is a direct enrollment program in which participants are enrolled in classes at AUT alongside New Zealand students. AUT offers a wide range of courses from the schools of art, business, health studies, and science and engineering. Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must have a 2.5 GPA or higher. Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall - March 15; Spring - October 15

University of Canterbury Country: New Zealand Location: Christchurch Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Spring, Fall, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Canterbury was established in 1873 as a college of the University of New Zealand. The University's modern and well-equipped facilities are spread across a spacious suburban campus, with easy access to the center of the city and the cultural and recreational facilities it provides. Canterbury is a mediumsized university, which makes it easy for students to get to know people. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll

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in regular university classes and, prior to departure, students will select three courses per semester from those available to study abroad students at the University of Canterbury. All instruction is by University of Canterbury faculty. Courses are available in liberal arts and social sciences. Typically, fall semester runs from late July to mid-november and spring from late February to mid-July. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing by the start of the program; 2.8 GPA cumulative Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 12; October 1

Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Massey University has a long and proud tradition of academic and research excellence. Massey is unique among New Zealand tertiary institutions. It draws on a rich history of leadership, creativity and innovation across its three campuses at Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington. Massey houses New Zealand's only Institute of Veterinary, Animal and Biomedical Sciences, and has international recognition in disciplines as diverse as Finance, Agriculture, Food Technology, Design, Science and Engineering, Education, Social Sciences, Humanities and Aviation. Massey University's main campus is located in Palmerston North, but students have the option to study at either of their campuses in Auckland or Wellington. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1, Spring: October 1

University of Otago Country: New Zealand Location: Dunedin Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside New Zealand students. The University is located on the South Island, surrounded by natural beauty. Fields of study include arts, business, computer science, dentistry, economics, education, environmental studies, humanities, information technology, languages, mathematics, pharmacy, social sciences, and sports science. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Victoria University, Wellington Country: New Zealand Location: Wellington Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Wellington, situated at the southern tip of New Zealand's North Island, is the nation's political, commercial, financial, and cultural capital. Students enroll in regular university courses at Victoria University, one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious universities in New Zealand. Fields of study include architecture and design, commerce and administration, humanities and social sciences, law, and science. Fall semester runs from mid-July through early November; spring from early February through mid-July. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a GPA 2.7 or higher Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

University of Waikato Country: New Zealand Location: Hamilton Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside New Zealand students. The University is located on the North Island, surrounded by natural beauty. The University has a strong program in Maori Studies. Additional fields of study include arts, business, computer science, economics, education, environmental studies, humanities, information technology, natural sciences, and social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

NORWAY University of Bergen Exchange Country: Norway Location: Bergen Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Norwegian Program Description: Situated in the dramatic fjord country of western Norway, the University of Bergen offers direct enrollment for exchange students with serious academic goals. The Scandinavian Area Studies Program consists of courses specially designed for visiting students with instruction and reading material in English. It offers

Massey University Country: New Zealand Location: Palmerston North Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring

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study in anthropology, geography, history, literature, Norwegian language, politics, Scandinavian art, and sociology. A few additional regular university courses are offered in English in the Faculties of Arts, Law, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. Most other courses are open only to students with an advanced-level knowledge of Norwegian. Students live off-campus in dormitories or make their own arrangements. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA; language requirement for direct enrollment Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Kielce, Poland Program Country: Poland Location: Kielce Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students will study at The Jan Kochanowski Swietokrzyska Academy in Kielce, otherwise known as the University of Kielce. Located in Kielce, a town in central Poland between Warsaw and Kracow. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall - April 1; Spring - November 1

University of Oslo Country: Norway Location: Oslo Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Oslo is Norway's largest and oldest institution of higher education. Fields of study include humanities, law, mathematics and natural sciences, medicine, dentistry, social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.3 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

PUERTO RICO University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras Country: Puerto Rico Location: Rio Piedras Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Students enroll in regular university courses and study alongside Puerto Rican students. Fields of study include education, health, humanities, and social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; 2 years college-level Spanish or equivalent. Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

University of Stavanger Country: Norway Location: Stavanger Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Stavanger has approximately 8,500 students and offers a wide range of study and research programs. There are three facultiesEducation, Science and Technology and Social Sciences and Arts. The College at Brockport and the University have developed an exchange program between the Brockport Dance Department and the University of Stavanger's Department of Music and Dance as well. The main University campus is situated 2.5 miles away from the city center. They welcome students to a modern university with a state of the art learning environment, comprehensive library resources and wireless internet access. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1, Spring: October 1

University of the Sacred Heart Exchange Country: Puerto Rico Location: San Juan Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Developed for students with an advanced level of Spanish, this program offers exchange students the opportunity to enroll in regular university courses at USC. Areas of particular interest include communications and education. Additional fields of study include business administration (accounting, economics, finance, marketing, tourism), humanities (English, French, philosophy, Spanish, theology), natural sciences (biology, chemistry, math, nursing physics), and social sciences (anthropology, political science, psychology, social science, sociology). On-site support is provided by the Office of Exchange Programs at USC, where students will also receive assistance with finding off-campus housing. Dormitory space

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Program Description: Intensive Russian language at various levels. A minimum of one year of college level Russian is recommended. Students with two years or more of college level Russian will benefit most from the program, but serious students with no knowledge of Russian can be accomodated. Native speakers can enroll in regular classes in the Faculty of Foreign Languages. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required, all students must be in good academic standing Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15; late applications considered

is also available. Exchange slots are limited. Others may be able to attend at additional cost. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 2.75 GPA; 5 semesters of college-level Spanish Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications considered

RUSSIA State University of Management Country: Russia Location: Moscow Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Established in 1919, the State University of Management is one of the largest state universities of Russia. It is known for developing new management specializations to fit the needs of the ever changing world economy. Students will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the State University of Management. Fields of study include management, marketing, human resource management, state and municipal management, and economics and production management in national economy. Students live in university residence halls. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; September 15

St. Petersburg State University Country: Russia Location: St. Petersburg Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Russian, English Program Description: Students study at Russia's oldest University located in one of the world's most famous, beautiful, and cultured cities. Intensive Russian language courses and a course (in English) on the culture of Russia and St. Petersburg. In addition, Russian language courses are available in Linguisics, Russian Literature and Culture, Eastern Studies, Journalism, History, International Relations, Psychology, Computer Science, and other fields. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors (exceptional Sophomores considered); 1 semester college-level Russian; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Moscow State University (Graduate) Country: Russia Location: Moscow Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Russian Program Description: At Moscow State University, graduate students are able to take any course offered by MSU for which they have the requisite language ability. Fields of study include most academic areas. Eligibility Requirements: Adequate preparation in Russian for proposed course of graduate study Credits: 6-15 graduate only Application Deadline: April 1; October 15; late applications considered

Russian Language and Culture Studies/Internship Country: Russia Location: Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, Tula Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: Russian, English Program Description: This program is an exchange program. SUNY students may enroll in specific Russian language and culture studies courses that are offered in Russian or English, depending upon the level of Russian language proficiency. Internships in some disciplines (especially early childhood studies or business) are available to SUNY Cobleskill students only. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors, minimum 3.0 GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15 for Spring; March 15 for Fall

Moscow State University Exchange (Undergraduate) Country: Russia Location: Moscow Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Russian

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National University of Singapore Country: Singapore Location: Singapore Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Chinese for language study Program Description: Singapore, the headquarters of the ASEAN common market, offers excellent background preparation for students interested in international trade. Students enroll in NUS courses taught in English in the liberal arts and sciences, plus East Asian and Malay studies. Concentration in Chinese language also available. Additional fields of study include architecture, business, Chinese culture, computer science, economics, engineering, fine arts, geography, health, history, humanities, information technology, law, literature, math, natural and physical science, political science, philosophy, psychology, religion, social sciences, and sociology. Participants live on campus in dormitories. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors with excellent academic records--3.5 minimum GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15; September 15

University of Cape Town Country: South Africa Location: Cape Town Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Set against the backdrop of Table Mountain, the University of Cape Town offers students the opportunity to take regular university courses in such areas as African studies, archeology, architecture, commerce, engineering, fine arts, humanities, political studies, sciences, and social anthropology. A week-long orientation program includes excursions to the Cape of Good Hope and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela and other leaders of the country were imprisoned during apartheid. Community service opportunities are also available. Students are housed with other international students in apartments located near the campus. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate; graduate varies Application Deadline: April 1; October 1 Rhodes University Country: South Africa Location: Grahamstown Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in regular Rhodes University classes for one semester or one year. The school year is divided into four terms. Terms 1 and 2 go from midFebruary to the third week in June; Terms 3 and 4 go from the third week in July to mid-December. More spaces are available in terms 3 and 4. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing or above. Cumulative and major GPAs of at least 3.0 Credits: 12 - 15, 24 - 30 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 15, February term; February 15, July term

Nanyang Technological University Country: Singapore Location: Singapore Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is a research-intensive university with globally acknowledged strengths in science and engineering. The university has roots that go back to 1955 when Nanyang University was set-up. Today, NTU has four colleges with 12 schools, and three autonomous entities, the National Institute of Education, the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, and the Earth Observatory of Singapore. NTU is ranked among the world's top 100 universities by the Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings 2010. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

SPAIN University of Alcala Country: Spain Location: Alcalรก Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Spanish

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Program Description: The Universidad de Alcala' is renown in the Spanish-speaking world. Students have the opportunity to study in Institute de Franklin within the Universidad de Alcala' to learn Spanish language, culture, history and other classes in English. Students live with host families to truly experience the culture of Spain. Academic courses are taught by the excellent University faculty. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply; 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

A high level of proficiency in Spanish/Catalan required to Credits: 10-19 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1; late applications considered University of Deusto Country: Spain Location: Bilbao Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: With its thriving Basque culture, beautiful setting, and unique architecture, a semester in Bilbao will provide students with the best that Spain has to offer. Students interested in business and the social sciences will find many English-language courses offered at this prestigious university. Those interested in studying Spanish will also find a variety of language courses and content courses taught in Spanish. In addition, Deusto offers internship opportunities for study abroad students. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students currently enrolled in a U.S. college or university; minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March 15; Spring, October 1

University of Barcelona Country: Spain Location: Barcelona Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Students enroll in a special program at the University of Barcelona designed for international students to improve their Spanish language ability. Fields of study include Spanish language and culture from beginning to advanced levels. Housing is provided with host families; students may choose to live independently. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Universidad de Cadiz Country: Spain Location: Cadiz Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Our program at the University of Cadiz enables up to 10 undergraduate students to study in Spain for the academic year or the spring semester while paying SUNY tuition for the credits accrued abroad. Students participating in this program can enroll in any of the University's 45 departments offering 73 degree programs. The University's research and academic programs in the areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Pure and Applied Sciences, Engineering and Health Sciences have been recognized for their level of excellence. Students majoring in Spanish may be especially interested in the University's interdisciplinary Hispanic Studies program, which achieved the "Mention of Quality" distinction given by Spain's Ministry of Education and Science and offers a wide array of courses about Spanish history, literature, art, language and philosophy. Housing is with host families in the vicinity of University of Cadiz. Eligibility Requirements: Students will need to be recommended by at least one Spanish language faculty member. An overall grade point average of at least 3.0 and a GPA of 3.5 in Spanish are required, as well as a demonstrated oral proficiency at an advanced level.

Universitat Pompeu Fabra (ESCI) Country: Spain Location: Barcelona Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Escola Superior de Comerc Internacional (ESCI) was created in 1993 as part of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra with the objective of training expert professionals for international business. ESCI follows a trimester system and students take an average of 20 ECTS credits per trimester, which equates to 10 SUNY credits. Therefore, students participating in the fall semester at ESCI (1st trimester) only would earn approximately 10 SUNY credits. Students participating for the spring semester would be expected to study at ESCI for both the 2nd and 3rd trimester (January-June), earning 12-19 SUNY credits. ESCI is an international business school, therefore, the courses offered focus on international economics, business, communication, marketing, and related business topics. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and seniors with a GPA of at least 3.0 and a background in business and/or marketing are eligible to apply. No prior study of Spanish is required in order to take courses taught in English.

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Credits: 15-30 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Spring; March 1, Fall and Academic Year

Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This program is designed for independent students with a strong background in Spanish who wish to bolster their Spanish ability. Leon offers special courses for international students, focusing on culture, grammar, and literature. Students who are fluent may choose to enroll directly in host university courses. Fields of study include anthropology, archeology, business, earth sciences, ecology, economics, history, humanities, language study, linguistics, literature, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, religion, and social sciences. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply, 3.0 GPA. Proficiency in Spanish required Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Country: Spain Location: Gran Canaria Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - ULPGC offers a wide variety of courses, as well as research opportunities. The university community provides a wide range of cultural and sports activities to complement academic learning, promoting values such as solidarity, social justice, gender equality, and respect for diversity and the environment among members of the community. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply; 3.0 GPA. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

International Institute - Madrid Country: Spain Location: Madrid Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Madrid, Spain's capital, is a wonderful blend of traditional and modern Spanish life, giving students the opportunity to experience the true essence of Spain. It provides the excitement and diversity of a metropolitan city, but still maintains a rich history as seen in beautiful Plaza Mayor and Palacio Real. In the center of Spain, Madrid is the perfect location from which to explore all of this incredible country. Classes designed for students with intermediate or advanced Spanish are held at the Instituto Internacional. The Instituto is a principal center of intellectual life in Madrid and is home to several prestigious study abroad programs. It allows students a wide variety of course offerings, lectures and special activities. Specific fields of study include art history, business Spanish, Hispanic literature, history, humanities, linguistics, and Spanish culture and language. Classes are kept small to allow considerable personal contact with professors. Part-time internships are also available in a wide variety of fields. This program does not ordinarily provide for direct enrollment in host university courses, but exceptional students may attend limited classes at a local university. There is an on-site director who provides extensive support for students, arranging excursions and housing with host families. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, and qualified Sophomores in good academic standing; 5 semesters of college-level Spanish or equivalent experience Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1; late applications considered

University of Granada Center of Modern Languages Country: Spain Location: Granada Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: Granada, located in the southeast of Andalusia, stands at the foot of Sierra Nevada before a wide, fertile plain watered by the Darro and Genil rivers. Granada surprises visitors with the contrast between old and new, between areas such as the Albaicin or the Alhambra. Their hidden corners fill the soul with peace and images of times gone by, while the bustling lower part of the city is full of life and color, with people coming and going. Granada is also just a few miles from one of Spain's best ski resorts, and less than an hour from the Mediterranean, with its attractive, tropical beaches. The University of Granada Modern Language Center has become a point of reference in teaching Spanish language and culture. It has become one of the leading institutions in Spain for second language learning and students can take language and culture course for a semester or summer program. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 15 undergraduate; 15 graduate Application Deadline: Fall: May 1, Spring: October 15 Universidad de Leon Country: Spain Location: Leon Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year

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European University of Madrid Country: Spain Location: Madrid Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: SUNY Oswego's exchange program in Madrid, Spain with the European University of Madrid (Universidad Europea de Madrid - UEM) is a comprehensive exchange program open to students in all disciplines including: business, social sciences, humanities, and more. In addition to content courses offered in English and Spanish, courses are offered in Spanish from beginning to advanced levels. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.5 GPA/ sophomore standing. Intermediate Spanish Proficiency required Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 1; Spring, October 15

multicultural diversity. -This joint program offers students the unique chance to continue with their academic training whilst having the experience of a lifetime. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher, intermediate level of Spanish is recommended for any internship Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: May 1; Spring: October 15 University of Oviedo Country: Spain Location: Oviedo Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Students immerse themselves completely in Spanish language, culture, and civilization in this exciting overseas semester program. The city of Oviedo is one of the most important centers of cultural activity in the northwest of Spain. Oviedo's very active cultural lifeincluding concerts, operas, conferences, museums, libraries, and exhibitions - make this the place to gain a complete understanding of Spanish heritage. Students attend the University of Oviedo, a 400-year-old institution that today boasts more than 1,000 faculty members. Intermediate and advanced tracks are available in the language, culture, and literature of Spain. This program is particularly appealing to mature, independent students. Eligibility Requirements: Students who have completed at least two full-time semesters of college-level study are eligible. Minimum GPA of 2.5 required. Must have completed Int. Spanish II prior to participation. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Internships and Study at Universidad Francisco de Vitoria Country: Spain Location: Madrid Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: Based in the heart of the Francisco de Vitoria University campus, the Aula Internacional/Brockport International Internship program has been developed to ensure that students will achieve the following: -Reach a competent level of Spanish whilst earning credit, -Gain an in depth understanding of Spanish society and culture by living and working with Spaniards and following a varied cultural program, -Understand the customs and cultures of a Spanish organization, -Professional and personal skills development, -Marketability upon graduation, The University has 3,000 students with classes having 20-30 students enrolled. The Francisco de Vitoria University A young, innovative, flexible university, established in 1992, we form part of a private, not for profit foundation. We are fully accredited by the Ministry of Education and Local Government of Madrid. Approximately 3,000 students study with us, including 300 international students from over 38 countries. Inspired by Catholic values, we aim to achieve the following: -Academic excellence, -A personalized, practical approach to studying, based on industry specific needs, -An integral, well rounded education, -Promotion of an international environment encouraging

University of Salamanca Country: Spain Location: Salamanca Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Founded in 1218, the University of Salamanca is one of the most distinguished centers of learning in Europe. The lives of Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Santa Teresa and Miguel de Unamuno were all linked to this prestigious center of learning. Students at all levels of Spanish proficiency can be accommodated in SUNY Cortland's program at the University of Salamanca. Eleven levels of Spanish are offered, from beginning to perfectionamiento, in the most popular course of study, "Lengua y Cultura." A trimester option is available for students taking the "Lengua y Cultura" course of study in the spring. In addition, three full

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day mandatory excursions each semester and are included in the program fee. Students are housed with Spanish families. Room and board are included in the program fee. A group flight is offered with round trip transfers from Madrid for group flight participants. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; good academic standing Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 1

courses in Spanish history, language, literature, and social sciences offered through Cursos Para Extranjeros at the prestigious University of Seville. Field trips to Seville's famous cathedral and bell tower, Roman ruins, and various other Spanish locales. Eligibility Requirements: Students who have successfully completed at least one full-time semester of college level study. Minimum GPA of 2.5 required. Must have completed Int. Spanish II at time of application. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Sevilla Conservatory, Spain: Music Concentration Country: Spain Location: Sevilla Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: The Conservatorio Superior de Musica Manuel Castillo de Sevilla is a conservatory of international stature primarily involved in preparing students for the music profession. It is composed of five specialties: instrumental instruction, composition, musicology, choir conducting and pedagogy. Although some instruction is offered in English, students will need to understand Spanish at an intermediate level to participate fully. Intensive language instruction is available at the University of Seville prior to classes beginning at the Conservatory. The Conservatory is located in the heart of the historically rich city of Sevilla within walking distance of the Cathedral of Santa Maria, Giralda Tower, the 14th century Royal Alcazar palace and traditional Flamenco performances. Eligibility Requirements: Students must have completed at least one full year at their home campus and have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and two semesters of college level Spanish Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 for Academic Year and Fall; October 1 for Spring

AIP Language Institute - Valencia Country: Spain Location: Valencia Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Valencia, a beautiful city of about 1.5 million inhabitants, is located on the Mediterranean coast and home to several large universities, giving it a dynamic and active student life. Classes designed for students with beginning and intermediate Spanish are held at the AIP Language Institute, located just 10 minutes from Valencia's beaches. Participants take a 6-credit Spanish language course at either the beginning, intermediate, or advanced level. Additional courses in art history, culture, cinema, history, business, and literature, all taught in English, are provided to better acquaint students with Spain and Valencia. A literature course taught in Spanish is available for more advanced students. There are several on-site directors who provide extensive support for students, including arranging excursions and housing with host families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above in good academic standing Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1; late applications considered

University of Seville Country: Spain Location: Seville Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: With its dramatic and colorful past, Seville provides an ideal venue for experiencing Spain, a country rich in culture and history. From the third largest church in the Christian world to an ornate Moorish palace to the ancient remains of a Roman city, Seville boasts a variety of sights and scenery to make this program an invaluable learning experience. This program is supervised by a full-time resident director and offers a three-credit orientation that includes a guided "art history" tour of the city, as well as intensive Spanish language instruction. Students choose from

SWEDEN Mälardalen University Country: Sweden Location: Eskilstuna and Västerås Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Mälardalen University is located in Eskilstuna and Västerås, Sweden and is one of Sweden’s largest institutes of higher education Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA

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of Lulea, in a close-knit community environment of musicians and lovers of music. An orientation is available offering intensive instruction in Swedish. Students live in modern residences. Fields of study include business, earth sciences, ecology, economics, engineering, music, natural and physical sciences, and social sciences. Note: Available to music students for fall and academic year only. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and above; exceptional Sophomores considered. Minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA. Audition CD required for music students. Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 1

Gothenburg University Exchange Country: Sweden Location: Goteborg Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Swedish Program Description: Direct enrollment for exchange students at Gothenburg University, one of Sweden's largest and most popular universities. Most of the University is situated in the city center, which enriches both city life and student life. More than 50 courses are taught in English in Scandinavian studies, journalism, public health, social welfare, social sciences (business, economics, political science) astronomy, chemistry, information technology and computer science, education, and statistics. Enrollment in regular university courses requires advanced-level knowledge of Swedish. Housing in dormitories or students may make own arrangements. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA; language requirement for direct enrollment Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; September 25

Linnaeus University Country: Sweden Location: Vaxjo, Kalmar, and Hultsfred Campuses Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Formerly University of Kalmar, Linnaeus University, the exchange program is open to all majors in the SUNY sytem. The Vaxjo campus is the largest, offering 200 courses taught in English. The Kalmar campus is home to the Baltic Business School and is high quality business school. The Hutsfred campus is exlusively for Music Industry majors interested in both coursework and field experiences. Known for its international commerce, cutting edge technology and sciences, Sweden is also famous for its spectacular mountain views, outdoor and winter activities. Spring and summer are beautiful and the historic architecture of the cities is intriguingly contrasted with the modernization of the country. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore standing; Cumulative 2.5 GPA minimum Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 13, Fall; September 15, Spring

Kristianstad University Country: Sweden Location: Kristianstad Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Kristianstad University, in southern Sweden, was founded in 1977, but in this region we can trace our roots way back for teacher's training (1835), nurses (1893) and engineers (1912). Programmes and courses are offered in the humanities, in social, natural, behavioral and health sciences, business administration and engineering. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

TAIWAN National Chung Hsing University Country: Taiwan Location: Taichung Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Chinese and English Program Description: PAX (Program for Academic Exchange) is designed to facilitate international cooperation and exchange with partner institutions of NCHU. It offers exchange students (non-degree seeking students) diverse courses in Chinese or English offered by Colleges of Liberal Arts, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, Social Sciences and Management, Life

Lulea University Country: Sweden Location: Lulea Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Swedish, few courses taught in English Program Description: Direct exchange at a Swedishlanguage university with courses available in English in certain fields. Lulea is a regional capital with a rich cultural life. The music school is located in Pitea, a small town south

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Sciences, and Science. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

are also available. Optional intensive Swahili courses are available at an additional cost. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required, all students must be in good academic standing. Credits: 12-19 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 20 for fall and academic year, October 15 for the spring

National Taiwan University Exchange Country: Taiwan Location: Taipei Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Chinese Program Description: An ever-growing selection of courses is available in English in a variety of disciplines on this exchange program. Chinese language study at various levels is also available. Students fluent in Mandarin Chinese can enroll in regular classes. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above. Good academic standing Credits: 15 undergraduate; 6-12 graduate Application Deadline: Fall, Academic Year, April 1; Spring, October 1; late applications may be considered

THAILAND International College at Mahidol University - Thailand Country: Thailand Location: Salaya Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Mahidol University is the oldest institution for higher learning in Thailand. The relatively new International College is modern and forward thinking offering a dynamic, challenging and exciting experience for international students. The 520-acre campus is filled with natural beauty, landscaped gardens and lush tropical scenery. The relaxing semi-rural setting, within easy reach of central Bangkok, makes it an ideal setting for studying or working in tranquility, without losing out on the countless cultural, sightseeing and entertainment opportunities available in the city. Participants in Brockport's Program at the International College at Mahidol University will be housed in a fully furnished room at the International House which includes air conditioning, personal bathroom, telephone, computer room with internet access, laundry room, kitchen and dining area, lounge area with satellite and cable TV, common room, study room, day and night security guards, room cleaning services twice a week and bicycle rental. Other housing options are also available. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes. Prior to departure, participants select four courses from those available to study abroad students. All instruction is by International College at Mahidol faculty. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport’s programs, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; 2.5 GPA in major Credits: 12 undergraduate, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: April 12; October 1

TANZANIA Tanzania Service Learning Program Country: Tanzania Location: Arusha and Maasailand Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Jointly run by University at Albany and Global Service Corps, this 15-week program provides service learning opportunities in the fields of HIV/AIDS prevention, food security and rural sustainable agriculture in Arusha and Maasailand, Tanzania. Academic courses are available during fall and spring semesters. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is suggested, All students must be in good academic standing. Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 15 University of Dar es Salaam Country: Tanzania Location: Dar es Salaam Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring and Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The option allows students to immerse themselves in the eastern African culture by living in this vibrant city of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's economic, cultural and educational center. Students can choose from a variety of courses taught in English at the local host universities. Internship and community service opportunities

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO University of the West Indies St. Augustine Exchange Country: Trinidad and Tobago Location: St. Augustine Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year

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Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of the West Indies St. Augustine campus is a comprehensive university offering courses in most fields with particular strengths in Psychology, Political Science, Criminal Justice, Gender Studies, and Caribbean Culture and History. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students. Normally a 3.0 GPA is required. Late applications considered. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate, 6-12 graduate Application Deadline: October 1, March 1

Program Description: This is a two-part program involving language immersion and internship opportunities for undergraduate students in sustainability areas (agriculture, food, science, hospitality), social development and humanities. Participants can enroll in the language immersion component alone or in both the language immersion and internship components. Students earn 3 credits in Turkish language during the language study portion of the program and live on the university campus. During the internship segment of the program, students also live in institutional housing/apartments. Students participating in the two-part program can earn 12 to 15 credits. Eligibility Requirements: Turkish language study-Sophomores or higher; can enter without prior knowledge of Turkish Internship--Seniors; Four weeks of Turkish language study required at Ataturk University. Internship - 3.0 GPA in major. Credits: 3-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Rolling; no later than eight weeks prior to commencement of program

TURKEY Hacettepe University Country: Turkey Location: Ankara Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Geneseo is proud to offer this exchange program with Hacettepe University, one of Turkey’s finest institutions. The program is open to students majoring in Political Science, International Relations or Economics. Students can enroll in courses ranging from Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory, Economic History, Monetary Economics, International Economics, History of Economic Analysis, Development Economics, Economic Integration and the European Union, Diplomatic History, Introduction to International Law, Turkish Political Structure and Politics, Turkish Foreign Policy, and International Organizations. Additional course options include Environmental Politics, Ethnicity and Nationalism, Management of Natural Resources, US Foreign Policy, Russian Foreign Policy, Middle East Politics, Balkan Politics, Politics of the Caucasus, Perspectives of Globalization, and the Use of Force in International Relations. Students take courses with Turkish and European students. All courses are taught in English, except for Turkish language courses. Eligibility Requirements: Applicants for the Hacettepe program should have at least Sophomore standing and an overall GPA of at least 3.0 Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1, Spring; March 1, Fall and Academic Year

Bosphorus University Country: Turkey Location: Istanbul Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Binghamton University's exchange program with Bosphorus University in Istanbul, Turkey offers an opportunity to explore a fascinating and important world region. Istanbul, the commercial and cultural center of Turkey, is a monumental city built on hills overlooking the Bosphorus and Golden Horn waterways. It is the only city in the world that spans two continents - Europe and Asia. Its architecture reflects its imperial past, with city walls built by the Roman Emperor Theodosius, former Christian churches adorned with Byzantine mosaics, and the enormous mosques and elaborate palaces of the Ottoman sultans. Turkish culture has a highly developed ethos of hospitality, and students will encounter a welcoming and helpful environment. Bosphorus University is an English-language university. Students enroll in regular university courses, taught in English, and live on campus in modern, luxurious dorms with Turkish and other International students. Courses include anthropology, art history, history, international relations and political science, education, psychology, sociology, Middle East studies, business, economics, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, electrical, mechanical and computer engineering; Turkish language and literature and Western languages and literatures. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.3 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate; 12-16 graduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Language and Internship at Ataturk University Country: Turkey Location: Erzurum Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: Turkish for language study portion; English used primarily in internships

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Istanbul Bilgi University Country: Turkey Location: Istanbul Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Turkish Program Description: Students participating in this program can choose from a wide variety of courses, in various disciplines, geared towards international students. Courses in Turkish language for foreigners are also available from the beginner to intermediate level. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate status; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Language of Instruction: English, French Program Description: Izmir, historically Smyrna, is the third most populous city of Turkey and the country's largest port after Istanbul. It is located in the Gulf of Izmir, by the Aegean Sea. Izmir is widely regarded as one of the most progressive Turkish cities in terms of values, ideology, lifestyle, dynamism and gender roles. The vision of the Izmir University of Economics is to establish itself as a respected institution of higher education providing its students with world-class educational opportunities and research facilities while encouraging them to excel at both national and international levels and to attain formidable leadership qualities. IUE, the first foundation university in Izmir and the Aegean region offers undergraduate degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, Psychology, Art, Fashion Design, Interior Architecture and Environmental Design, Architecture, Economics, Business Administration, Logistics Management, International Relations and the European Union and International Trade and Finance, Public Relations Communications; English Translation and Interpreting Languages Studies. Language instruction is available to students who want to learn Turkish. Eligibility Requirements: Students must have completed at least one full year at their home campus and have a minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 for Academic Year and Fall; October 1 for Spring

Sabanci University Country: Turkey Location: Istanbul Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English; Turkish Program Description: Students participating in this program can choose from a wide variety of courses, in various disciplines, geared towards international students. Courses in Turkish language for foreigners are also available from the beginner to intermediate level. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate status; 2.5 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; November 1

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IUE—SUNY Cobleskill Exchange Program Country: Turkey Location: Izmir Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This semester-long exchange program is designed for SUNY Cobleskill students in liberal arts, business and culinary arts. Students enroll directly in the university and study side-by-side with Turkish and other international students. Courses are delivered in English. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above, 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 for fall, October 15 for spring

American University in Dubai Country: United Arab Emirates Location: Dubai Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English, Arabic Program Description: American University in Dubai(AUD) is a U.S.-accredited university with a multi-cultural feel, educating students from all over the world. Located just outside the city of Dubai, AUD is close to many well-known landmarks such as, Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City, Mall of the Emirates and the Dubai Marina. A modern campus with a fantastic library which boasts the largest English language book collection on the Gulf is at the students disposal. While on campus students live in furnished apartments, each room accommodating two people with a private bathroom. Restaurants and various eateries are within close proximity. Course offerings include mathematics, natural sciences, business (including but not limited to: economics, finance, and management), engineering (civil, electrical and computer), Arabic language, and Middle Eastern Studies.

Izmir University of Economics Country: Turkey Location: Izmir Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year

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Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors; 2.5 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15; March 15

University of Chester Country: United Kingdom Location: Chester (England) Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Chester, one of Britain's leading institutions, is located on a delightful campus just outside the walls of Chester's picturesque city center. The Welsh border runs through the outskirts of Chester with the mountains and coastline of Wales less than one hour away. The city of Chester is about two and a half hours by train from London. Chester is an accredited college of the University of Liverpool. Fields of study include art and design, biology, business, computer science and information technology, TV/radio/web communication, drama, dance and theater studies, education, English, geography, history, languages, math and statistics, physical education and sports science, psychology, and religion. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.7 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, March 15; Spring, October 1

UNITED KINGDOM University of Bath Country: United Kingdom Location: Bath (England) Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: One and a quarter hours west of London, lies the city of Bath, a site first explored by Romans who were attracted to the hot spa baths. Bath became an elegant resort city in the eighteenth century and today is a cosmopolitan small city with a rich student and cultural life. The University of Bath enrolls 6000 students on a modern, compact campus. The University has excellent programs in the sciences and social sciences, including economics, mathematics, physics, politics and psychology. Students live in university residence halls in the center of the city not far from the campus and are fully integrated into campus activities and student life. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

University of Dundee Country: United Kingdom Location: Dundee (Scotland) Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The city of Dundee, on the eastern coast of Scotland, lies on the estuary of the River Tay. Travel and you enter the ancient kingdom of Fife and on to St. Andrews and Edinburgh. The program offers students the opportunity to spend a semester immersing themselves in the academic, historical, political, and cultural life of Scotland. The University of Dundee has firmly established a reputation for teaching quality and high-level research. Subjects at Dundee include: Arts and Sciences, Art and Design, Education and Social Work, Law and Accountancy, Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing, Science and Engineering. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a 3.0 GPA or higher Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

University of Central England Birmingham Conservatoire Country: United Kingdom Location: Birmingham (England) Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Fall, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This is a challenging program of performance in music. Birmingham Conservatoire, a branch of the University of Central England in Birmingham, is a music college of international stature, primarily involved in preparing students for the music profession. It is composed of four schools: Instrumental Studies, Vocal and Operatic Studies, Keyboard, and Composition and Creative Studies. The Conservatoire is located in the heart of Birmingham within walking distance of Symphony Hall, theaters, museums, and art galleries. Eligibility Requirements: Seniors and advanced Juniors with excellent performance skills; minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA; audition CD required Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

Queen's University International Study Center at Herstmonceux Castle Country: United Kingdom Location: East Sussex (England) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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Program Description: Located 100 kilometers from London at the Hestmonseux Castle, the Bader International Study Center (BISC) is renowned for its picturesque location and small classes providing an ideal location for both study and cultural immersion which many of the larger urban universities cannot. This program offers a varied curriculum in the Humanities and Social Sciences for academically motivated students. Typical courses for all ISC students include: art history, astronomy, business, classics, cultural Studies, computing, drama, economics, English, film, French, geography, German, history, international studies, math, music and much more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1

the New Town lie to the other. The University of Edinburgh, founded in 1582, is one of the most prestigious universities in the UK, with an international reputation. Students live in university housing with British and other International students. Fields of study include American studies, archeology, social anthropology, business studies, English literature, linguistics, history, political science, European history and politics, Scottish and Celtic studies, philosophy, psychology, social policy, physical sciences and engineering. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and seniors, wellqualified sophomores will be considered; 3.3 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1 University of Sussex Country: United Kingdom Location: England Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Sussex is just a few minutes away from the seaside city of Brighton, and under an hour away from London.Excellent travel links make it an ideal base for exploring Britian and continental London. Sussex offers a diverse range of studies including Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Economics, Business and more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Queen Margaret University Country: United Kingdom Location: Edinburgh (Scotland) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Queen Margaret University is a university-level institution based on a modern campus about 4 miles and one short train ride from Edinburgh's city center. The Colleges' courses fall into 3 broad categories: Health Care, Business Management and Information, and Theatre Arts. Participants enroll in regular courses in QMUC's combined studies area. All instruction is by QMUC faculty. Typically, fall semester usually runs from mid-September through December; spring from early February through June. Housing is on-campus. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Scotland, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: Fall: April 1; Spring: October 15

University of Glasgow Country: United Kingdom Location: Glasgow (Scotland) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Glasgow was founded in 1451 and is the second oldest in Scotland. Students will thoroughly enjoy the delightful mixture of modern and Victorian architecture within the campus and the surrounding city. Students enroll directly into regular university classes with British students in divinity, engineering, humanities, and natural and social sciences. Courses offered include art history, Celtic and Gaelic studies, English literature, foreign languages and literature, medieval history, Scottish literature and history, pre-med and other sciences, and most other academic areas. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors, high achieving sophomores; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 15; late applications considered

University of Edinburgh Country: United Kingdom Location: Edinburgh (Scotland) Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Edinburgh, the capitol of Scotland, with a population of 500,000, is one of Europe's most exciting and cosmopolitan cities. Built on a series of extinct volcanoes, it looks out over the North Sea and the Firth of Forth. The famous avenue, the Royal Mile, extends from the ancient castle on the hill to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The narrow cobbled streets of the Old Town lie to one side of the Royal Mile, while the broad and gracious avenues of

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Glasgow Caledonian University Country: United Kingdom Location: Glasgow (Scotland) Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Glasgow Caledonian University is committed to providing high quality programs and award winning support to ensure a memorable experience. Glasgow Caledonian University is a top rated university in one of Scotland's most vibrant cities offering a variety of innovative specialized courses. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

and three international airports. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply, 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 Undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1 University of Hull - Exchange Country: United Kingdom Location: Hull (England) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Albany's exchange program with Hull offers the peaceful setting of a seaport and the convenience of a bustling metropolis, very close to the historic city of York and other attractions of central England. The University has close to 10,000 students, providing ample opportunity to interact with professors and other students. Students enroll directly into regular university classes with British students in accounting and finance, American studies, applied biology, applied physics, art history, business studies, chemistry, computer science, drama, economics, educational studies, engineering, English, European studies, gender studies, geography, history, languages (Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish), law, management, math, music, nursing studies, philosophy, politics, psychology, Scandinavian studies, social policy, sociology, South-East Asian studies, and theology. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; October 1; late applications considered

University of Strathclyde Country: United Kingdom Location: Glasgow (Scotland) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Strathclyde is Scotland's third largest university with students representing over 90 countries. There are over 100 student clubs and societies, and some 40 different sports offered to students. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes at the University of Strathclyde. Prior to departure, students select three or four courses in liberal arts areas from those available to study abroad students. All instruction is by University of Strathclyde faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from early September to mid-December and spring from early February to mid-June. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Scotland, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior status; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Lancaster University Country: United Kingdom Location: Lancaster (England) Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Lancaster University is one of England's principal universities, offering a rich selection of courses in arts, social sciences, sciences and pre-professional fields. Lancaster is located at the edge of the scenic Lake District, four miles from the Irish Sea. London is three hours away by train, Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland two hours. The modern, cosmopolitan city of Manchester is less than an hour away. The city is picturesque, with many restored historic buildings and an attractive pedestrianized City Centre that has museums, cinemas, a nationally recognized repertory theatre, a covered market, and a maze of small streets and alleyways with interesting shops, restaurants and pubs. Students live on campus in residence halls with British and other International students. Fields of

University of Hertfordshire Country: United Kingdom Location: Hatfield Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Hertfordshire is an ambitious and entrepreneurial university with an international vision. The University has around 22,000 students and offers courses in a wide variety of disciplines. They are the UK’s leading business-facing university. Hertfordshire is located in southeast England, close to London, with easy access to major road and rail networks,

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study include American studies, applied social science and criminology, art and art history, biological sciences, business studies, chemistry, community and youth studies, computing, creative writing, culture, media and communication, engineering, European studies, geography, health promotion and health studies, history, international relations, law, literature, music, peace studies, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology and women's studies. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Program Description: The University of Leeds is located close to the center of the city with buildings whose different styles reflect its major periods of growth during the twentieth century. Students at the university are drawn from over 100 countries and it is the University's boast that there are few countries in the world without at least one Leeds graduate. Prior to departure, participants select four courses from the more than 900 courses available to study abroad students at the University of Leeds. All instruction is by University of Leeds faculty. Fields of study include anthropology, archeology, architecture, computer science, criminal justice, earth sciences, ecology, engineering, fine, visual and performing arts, health, history, information technology, interior design, languages, law, linguistics, literature, math, nutrition, and philosophy. Fall semester usually runs from mid-September through December; spring from early February through June. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1; Spring: October 15

University of Cumbria Country: United Kingdom Location: Lancaster (England) Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Cumbria was formed on August 1, 2007 formally, from an amalgamation of St. Martin's College, Cumbria Institute of the Arts, and the Cumbrian campuses of the University of Central Lancashire. The University offers a very high quality learning experience in a supportive environment which enables students to achieve their personal and professional potential wherever they study. Lancaster is often known as the "Big little city." Home to another university, the nightlife of the city has a significant student focus. There are a number of night clubs and live music venues abound. For theatre lovers The Dukes Theatre provides a year around repertory theatre and a BFI screen as well as the nationally acclaimed summer Promenade theatre season. The Grand Theatre is one of the oldest operating theatres in the country and hosts touring shows and amateur productions. The city has a distinct outdoors feel and there are many local (as well as university clubs) for outdoor pursuits. Particularly popular are running, especially fell running, cycling, fell walking (Lancaster has both the Lakes and the Forest of Bowland on its doorstep), sailing in Morecambe and potholing just over the border in North Yorkshire. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA and good academic standing Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15

University of Leicester Country: United Kingdom Location: Leicester Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: An ideal program for students wishing to experience English culture in a lively city within an hour's train ride from London. The University of Leicester has established an internationally recognized reputation for teaching and research. Classes at Leicester are lecture style, and tutorials are held for discussion of lecture material. The university offers a wide selection of majors and departments, including biological sciences, law, chemistry, mass communication, economics, math/computer science, engineering, physics, English, politics, languages and psychology/sociology. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; September 15 Liverpool Hope University College Country: United Kingdom Location: Liverpool (England) Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Liverpool Hope University College is located in a suburb of the multicultural city of Liverpool.

University of Leeds Country: United Kingdom Location: Leeds (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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Students are fully integrated with British students and take regular liberal arts courses. Fields of study include American studies, business, creative and performing arts, cultural studies, design, drama and theater studies, education, English, environmental studies, European studies, fine arts, geography, health, health and safety management, history, information technology, languages, math, natural and physical sciences, physical education, psychology, religion, sociology, sports studies, women's studies, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

June. In addition, there is also a program designed for freshmen. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 2.75 GPA; Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: June 1, Spring: October 15 University College London (Archaeology Studies Only*) Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: UCL is located on a compact site in the heart of London with extensive academic facilities on campus, with close proximity to unparalleled resources such as the British Library, museums, archives, cultural institutions and professional bodies. Students can study Archaeology. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.3 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1

Liverpool Hope University Country: United Kingdom Location: Liverpool (England) Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Fall, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: An undergraduate direct enrollment program at a small and friendly college in the suburbs of a bustling seaport and cultural center. Most majors are available, including American studies, art & design, business, drama & theatre, education, health, media studies, music, politics, sociology, religion, and sports studies. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, exceptional Sophomores considered; minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Foundations for International Education- London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: FIE was established in 1998 and is a private, independent, non-profit educational organization based in London, England offering academic year, semester or summer study abroad programs for college undergraduates. For the semester length program, FIE hosts students for 14 weeks of study. The model of the program is such that students choose an FIE Key Course and a Pathway Course. Electives are also offered. Key Courses for the Semester include: British Life and Cultures Britain and Europe British Culture and Visual Media British Life and Business The aim of a pathway is to increase student choice and allow for a variety of student interests to be represented and nurtured. Pathway Courses: Internships: 3 days a week internships with class meetings throughout the term. Research: (social science, business, humanities)-- Develop research skills through designing, executing, writing and presenting your own research project. Service Learning Pathway: students are matched with nonprofit, charity or social enterprise organizations. 3 days a week placement with class meetings throughout the term. Study: students can choose to take elective courses

University of Roehampton Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Roehampton is located about 6 miles from the heart of London. Set in a beautiful parkland, the university combines green field campuses with close proximity to London. The University is well known for its academic standards, reflected by good Teaching Quality Assurance scores and its extensive research profile. Participants will attend the same classes, live in the same housing, and participate in the same social, cultural, athletic, and academic extracurricular activities as their British counterparts. The most popular program areas available at the University of Roehampton include: Business and Social Sciences, English and Modern Languages, Humanities and Cultural Studies, Life and Sport Sciences, and Education and Arts (including dance and drama). Housing is in universityowned residence halls. Typically, fall semester runs from early September to December and spring from January to

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throughout their semester. See the FIE website for specific class listings. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors; 2.75 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students enroll in Oswego courses offered by British faculty. Fields of study include art, broadcasting, business, economics, English, history, political science, and theater. Students live in Oswego-designated residence halls. There are internship opportunities. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

Kingston University, London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Kingston University has been rated very highly for teaching quality and is number one overall among "new" universities. Kingston on Thames is a vibrant town with its own distinct identity. Only 20 minutes by train from central London, it offers students the perfect location. Students enroll in a British Life and Culture course, plus courses from the University's six Faculties: Business, Law and Education; Design and Music; Health and Social Care Services; Liberal Arts (Humanities); Science; and Technology. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors with a GPA of 2.75 or higher Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

City University Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: City University adopted its name to reflect its location on the edge of London's financial district. City University is a unique combination of professional and arts education, situated in an area that allows for professional development and personal fulfillment. Students enroll directly into regular university classes at City University. Prior to departure, participants select three or four courses from the modules available to study abroad students at CU. All instruction is by City University faculty. Typically, the fall semester runs from early September to December and spring from early February to June. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA; Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1; October 15

Brunel University Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Located in Uxbridge, a pleasant residential suburb of London, Brunel University is about 15 miles west of London's city center. Students enroll directly into regular university courses at Brunel University. Prior to departure, participants select four courses (one required, three electives). Fields of study include anthropology, business, communications, criminal justice, economics, English, history, law, management, political science, and psychology. All instruction is by Brunel University faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from early September to December and spring from early February to June. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and above; 2.75 GPA Credits: 13-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1; Spring: October 15

Middlesex University, London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: London, the center of commercial and artistic life in Great Britain, is truly one of the world's great cities. It provides the ideal setting for an academically challenging and demanding educational experience, as well as unlimited cultural venues for students to enjoy. London has it all - parks, monuments, museums, concert halls, and theaters. Students study side by side with British students at Middlesex University a world-renowned educational institution, which boasts eight campuses, located throughout North London. Choose from hundreds of courses in the university's curriculum within a variety of disciplines, including art, business and management, design, education,

London Semester Program Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England)

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health, humanities, performing arts, social science, and technology. Additionally, Middlesex University's extensive Internship Program offers students the opportunity to gain valuable "real-world" work experience in a U.K. organization or business while earning college credit. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a GPA of 2.7 or higher. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

central London. Participants will attend the same classes, live in the same housing, and participate in the same social, cultural, athletic, and academic extracurricular activities as their British counterparts in central London. Fields of study include art and design, business, bio-sciences, history, humanities, languages, law, literature, music, and social sciences. All instruction is by U of W faculty. Housing is in university-owned residence halls. Part-time internships are available. Typically, fall semester runs from early September to mid-December and spring from January to late May. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 2.8 GPA, 3.0 GPA required for Communication, Design and Media program Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15

University College London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: University College London was the third university established in England with an academic excellence that has produced 10 Nobel Prize winners. UCL is located in the Bloomsbury district, within walking distance to museums, libraries, Regent's Park, and the London Zoo. Participants in the UCL program will attend the same classes, live in the same housing, and participate in the same social, cultural, athletic, and academic extracurricular activities as their British counterparts in central London. Participants are candidates for admission to one or two departments where they will take the majority of their courses. (NOTE: Only students admitted to the Department of English Literature are allowed to take courses within this department - students admitted to other departments who are interested in taking a literature course are advised to apply for entry to Comparative Literature). Fields of study include anthropology, archeology, economics, engineering, history, humanities, languages, linguistics, literature, math, and natural sciences. Housing is in university-owned residence halls. Typically, fall semester runs from early September to mid-December and spring from early February to June. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore and above; 3.5 GPA Credits: 12-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Queen Mary University of London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Queen Mary is one of the largest colleges of the University of London, and one of only a few campus universities in central London. For Queen Mary students this means that the area where you live can also be the environment within which you learn. Aside from the University itself, a major benefit of studying at Queen Mary is the liveliness and friendliness of the East End, it is an area where many people choose to live once they've graduated. Participants at Queen Mary College will have the opportunity to enroll in regular university classes and, prior to departure, students will select three courses per semester from those available to study abroad students. All instruction is by Queen Mary College faculty. Fields of study include liberal arts and social sciences. Typically, fall semester runs from early September to mid-December and spring from January to June. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior; 3.0 GPA; 3.0 GPA in major Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1; October 15

University of Westminster Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Westminster has always been an international institution, receiving students from all over the world. Two primary attractions to Westminster have been its historical role as a leader in innovation and its location in

American Intercontinental University Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English

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Program Description: American Intercontinental University (AIU) is a U.S.-accredited university that welcomes study abroad students who want to enrich their academic work through international study and internships. AIU's study abroad program was established in 1989 and has hosted students from over five hundred U.S. colleges and universities. Located in central London, AIU has an international student body, multinational faculty members, guaranteed housing, and organized travel and activities. Course offerings include business, liberal arts, interior design, media production, visual communication, fashion design and marketing. AIU-London also offers a wide range of internship opportunities for academic credit. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA for study abroad; 3.0 GPA for internship program; SUNY students only Credits: 3-12 undergraduate Application Deadline: Summer, March 15; Fall, April 15; Spring, October 15

courses are designed to bring students out of the classroom and into the neighborhoods, museums, and theatres of London. Long weekends and a spring break provide opportunities for individual travel and exploration. Students live in flats in central London and take courses in a classroom building around the corner from the British Museum. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15 London Metropolitan University Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: London Metropolitan University is one of the largest universities in England. It was created in 2002 by the merger of London Guildhall University (now the London City campus) and the University of North London (now the London North campus. The London City campus's roots can be traced back 150 years. The London North campus has developed over the past 100 years into a modern, forward-looking centre with a reputation for widening access into education. Students direct enroll with British students. London Metropolitan University courses are offered in 14 academic departments: Accounting, Banking and Financial Systems; Applied Social Sciences; Economics, Finance and International Business; Education; Health and Human Services; Architecture and Spatial Design; Humanities, Arts and Languages; Art, Media and Design; Law Governance and International Relations; Managements and Professional Development; Business and Service Sector Management; Computing, Communications Technology and Mathematics; Psychology; and Polymer Technology. A limited number of internships are available to qualified students. Housing is arranged by SUNY Cortland via London Metropolitan's Accommodations Office. Students may live in NIDO, a unique private student residence in the heart of London, purpose built with the latest technology, or they may live in shared flats with other students from the program. The program fee includes orientation upon arrival in London, and a number of other student activities. The University houses a student travel office and student guild that offers a multitude of social and cultural activities designed to meet the needs of the multicultural student body. Eligibility Requirements: 2.7 GPA and good academic standing Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; October 15; Internships, February 1; September 1

King's College London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: In this direct enrollment program, students attend the same classes, live in the same housing, and participate in the same social, cultural, athletic, academic and extracurricular activities as their British counterparts in central London. Fields of study include computer science, English, history, humanities, languages, literature, math, and physical sciences. All instruction is by King's College faculty. Typically, fall semester runs from early September to midDecember and spring from January until the end of May. Housing is in residential halls. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.25 GPA; 3.25 GPA in Major Credits: 14-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1, Spring: October 15, Summer: March 15 Binghamton's London Program Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Located in the heart of London, this spring semester program emphasizes British culture, literature, drama, history, and art. Organized weekend excursions and evenings at the London theatre are integral to the program. Binghamton faculty teach on the program, and

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University of Manchester: Pharmacology Country: United Kingdom Location: Manchester Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Manchester is one of the top Universities in Europe. It is internationally recognized for both its teaching quality and research excellence. This particular program is designed solely for students studying Pharmacology. Students may directly enroll in any Pharmacology courses that are offered by Manchester. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors and exceptional Sophomores; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

University of Northumbria Country: United Kingdom Location: New Castle Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Northumbria is one of Britain's best modern universities. Over 250 undergraduate courses are offered. Northumbria is housed in the youthful, vibrant city of Newcastle. The location, excellent facilities, and the great social life mean that your time at Northumbria should be an enjoyable and memorable one. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above may apply, 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 Undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; March 1

Manchester Metropolitan University Country: United Kingdom Location: Manchester (England) Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Manchester is a lively, cosmopolitan city offering easy access to all parts of the United Kingdom and beyond. In addition to a limited number of exchange slots, this program offers a study abroad option that is not restricted by the number of British students coming to Buffalo. Based at seven campuses, this University offers over 400 majors, many of which contain some form of practical experience. Fields of study include architecture, business, communication, computer science, criminology, economics, education, engineering, environmental studies, European studies, fashion business, fashion design, fashion technology, fine, visual and performing arts, geography, health, history, humanities, information management, information technology, interactive arts, interior design, language (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish), law, leisure studies, literature, math, natural and physical sciences, nutrition, outdoor studies, philosophy, physical education, political science, practical classroom experience, psychology, social work, sociology, speech pathology, sports science, and technology. Not all disciplines are open to exchange and study abroad students who wish to go only for the spring semester. Students normally live in residence halls. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 for Fall or Spring

Northumbria University Country: United Kingdom Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: At Northumbria University students from the US can study a wide range of subject areas including: Business, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, English, Health and Community Studies, Liberal Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Life Sciences, Sport Sciences, Visual and Performing Arts. Housing is in on campus residence halls. The vibrant and culturally diverse city of Newcastle Upon Tyne is just one hour south of Scotland. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with 2.5 GPA Credits: December 15 Application Deadline: Fall, April 1; Spring, October 1 University of East Anglia Country: United Kingdom Location: Norwich (England) Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program is based at the University of East Anglia, one of Britain's top universities. The large, park-like campus is located just outside the historic city of Norwich. During the Middle Ages, Norwich was the second most important city in Great Britain, with a fine Norman caste and cathedral and hundreds of medieval buildings and churches. Cambridge is just 60 miles away, and London is only 110 miles to the southwest. Both are easily accessible by train. Fields of study include American studies, art history, biological sciences, business, chemical sciences,

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communication, computer science, creative writing, drama, economics, English studies, environmental sciences, European studies, film studies, history, information systems, international relations, languages, math, music, philosophy, political science, sociology, and more. Law or management students must come for the Full year. Exchange students are NOT accepted for development studies. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 15 Oxford Brookes University Country: United Kingdom Location: Oxford (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Oxford Brookes University is a distinguished and popular institution. The University has an international reputation for its pioneering teaching and courses. Participants will enroll directly into Oxford Brookes University classes. Prior to departure, students select four modules/courses from the more than 1,000 modules available to study abroad students. All instruction is by Oxford Brookes University faculty. Fields of study include anthropology, biology, business, communication, English, health, humanities, law, social sciences, technology, tourism, and visual studies. The academic year consists of three tenweek semesters: late September through mid-December (autumn term), early January through mid March (one-term spring), and early January through late June(two-term spring). For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in England, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-16 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1; Spring: October 15

University of Nottingham Exchange Country: United Kingdom Location: Nottingham (England) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Albany offers an exciting exchange program at Nottingham: the "Queen City of the Midlands". Situated in the heart of England, 120 miles north of London, this lively, cosmopolitan city, recently named "the best city to live in, in the UK" has retained much of its distinguished architecture and picturesque buildings, many of which are of medieval origin and act as a constant reminder of the city's legendary association with Robin Hood. The university is located west of city center on a 330 acre campus with extensive woodlands, parks, and playing fields. Students enroll directly into regular university classes with British students in American and Canadian studies, architecture and planning, art history, biology, chemistry, classical and archaeological studies, economics, engineering, geography, language, management, math, philosophy, physics, politics, psychology, and many other areas. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; Sept 1; late applications considered

The Brockport Oxford Program Country: United Kingdom Location: Oxford (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Brockport Oxford Program is one of the oldest and most respected of the many study abroad programs in Oxford. Administered in partnership with Arcadia University's College of Global Studies, the Oxford program provides an environment for students that is astonishingly rich in resources and learning. All students in the Brockport program are under the tutelage of an academic advisor and are taught by tutors (usually one-on-one) in the same way and to the same standard as matriculated Oxford undergraduates. The tutorial system at Oxford is ideal for hard-working, independent students who are passionate about academics and who crave an intellectual challenge. Eligibility Requirements: 3.3 GPA Credits: 12-15 Undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall: April 1, Spring: October 1

Edge Hill University Country: United Kingdom Location: Ormskirk Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Edge Hill University, located in the northwest of England in Ormskirk, boasts a western-style campus where students are open to take any of the courses offered by the university. Some faculties include: Business and Management, Sport and Physical Activity, and Social and Psychological Sciences.

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University of Portsmouth Country: United Kingdom Location: Portsmouth (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Portsmouth is truly an international university, in that approximately 3,600 of its 22,000 students are from countries other than England; so students seeking a truly international, multicultural academic and living experience should consider the programs available. Portsmouth is on England's southern coastline and is located on an island between Bournemouth and Brighton. London is just 80 minutes away by train. Eligibility Requirements: 2.75 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 12; October 15

University of St. Andrews Country: United Kingdom Location: St. Andrews (Scotland) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of St. Andrews is the oldest university in Scotland and today ranks among Britain's top 10 universities. The University of St. Andrews, its academic buildings, and its student accomodations are closely integrated with the town, interspersed among shops, pubs and residential housing. Participants enroll directly into regular university classes. Prior to departure, students select three courses from the courses available to study abroad students. All instruction is by University of St. Andrews faculty. Fields of study include anthropology, art history, divinity, economics, geography, math, physics, and social sciences. Housing is in University-owned accomodation. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Scotland, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.2 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall Semester: April 1; Spring Semester: October 15

University of Central Lancashire Country: United Kingdom Location: Preston (England) Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Central Lancashire is located in Preston, a city of nearly 130,000 in northwest England. Preston is surrounded by stunning countryside - the nearby Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales provide ample opportunity for recreation. More than 22,000 students, including a good number of international students, attend UCLAN. The clean, green campus contains many new buildings and a 60-acre outdoor sport complex. The Arts Centres, which was formerly a church and gallery, provide venues for an exciting program of theater, dance, music, and exhibitions. Fields of study include agriculture, American studies, business, computer science, criminal justice, development studies, drama, economics, education, engineering, English, environmental science, European studies, fashion design, film and media studies, food and nutrition, geography, graphic design, health, history, hospitality and tourism, industrial and interior design, journalism, languages, law, linguistics, math, media and communications, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, photography, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, sports science, visual and performing arts, women's studies, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.8 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Fall, April 15; Spring, October 1

University of Stirling Country: United Kingdom Location: Stirling (Scotland) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Stirling is home to the William Wallace national monument and picturesque Stirling castle. Stirling's location and comfortable manner have encouraged many recent participants to extend their length of study abroad beyond what they had originally planned. Participants enroll directly into University of Stirling classes. Prior to departure, students select three courses from the courses available to study abroad students. All instruction is by University of Stirling faculty. Fields of study include architecture, business, computer science, economics, education, fine, visual and performing arts, interior design, history, humanities, information technology, languages, literature, math, and practical classroom experience. Housing is in university-owned accommodations. Typically, the Fall semester runs from September-December and Spring from February-May. For the most up-to-date information on Brockport's programs in Scotland, please visit www.brockport.edu/studyabroad. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1; October 15

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University of Wales, Swansea - Exchange Country: United Kingdom Location: Swansea (Wales) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Albany offers an exciting exchange program at Swansea: an ancient city beginning as a small settlement on the River Tawe. Now it is a modern city with nearly 200,000 inhabitants. It is easily accessible from all parts of the UK and less than 3 hours by train from London. The University lies on Swansea Bay, on the beautiful Gower Peninsula, which serves as a natural field laboratory for students of the natural sciences. Students enroll directly into regular university classes with British students in humanities and natural and social sciences. Courses include American studies, biochemistry, biological sciences, business, chemistry, classics and ancient history, computer science, drama, economics, engineering, English literature, environmental science, geography, geology, history, management science, math, medieval studies, modern languages, oceanography, philosophy, politics, psychology, social history, sociology and anthropology, statistics, and others. Internships in various fields are also available. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 15-18 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; October 1; late applications considered

Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 3.0 GPA Credits: 16 undergraduate, graduate credits by approval Application Deadline: Fall: April 12; Spring: October 15 York St. John University Country: United Kingdom Location: York (England) Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Fall Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Exchange program for art, dance, and drama students and other liberal arts majors with York St. John University York. York is a beautiful cathedral city of about 105,000 people. located within two hours of London to the South and Edinburgh to the North. The city has interesting architecture, a rich history, and a wealth of cultural and recreational resources. The University has a student population of about 5,000 and is located beside York's famed medieval wall and a few minutes away from the thirteenth-century cathedral. Fields of study include architecture, broadcasting, communications, fine, visual and performing arts, history, humanities, interior design, journalism, languages, and literature. The Office of Overseas Programmes provides a friendly "home base" for overseas students. It organizes orientation programs and arranges social and cultural events, including visits to various sites. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

University of York Country: United Kingdom Location: York Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of York is situated close to the city of York, one of England’s most historic cities. Intercity trains from London take under two hours. Despite its relative youth, York is now regarded as one of Britain’s most successful universities, with an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and research. York’s academic provision spans a range of subjects in Arts, Social Sciences and Science subjects. As a student city, York is big enough to feel cosmopolitan, but small enough not to be overwhelming. It is a friendly city which you can get to know quickly, but which can still hold surprises after many years. Like many English towns, it serves the needs of a wide population and provides excellent theatre, cinema, concerts and other cultural events as well as an attractive range of pubs and restaurants. Most importantly, York is a place where people enjoy life: in a recent ‘quality of life’ survey, York was placed 7th out of 145 cities.

VARIOUS Partnership for Service Learning Country: Various Location: Various Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: English with some exceptions according to location Program Description: Service learning lets students study abroad while using their education to help others. These partnership programs in the Czech Republic, Ecuador, England, France, India, Israel, Jamaica, Mexico, the Philippines, and Scotland unite academic study and community service so learning can take on greater depth and meaning. Students bring their classroom lessons to life by working among communities, broadening their understanding of, and changing their perspective on, the world around them. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, juniors and seniors that meet GPA requirements (varies by program); some prior

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language study depending on program. Credits: 12-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; October 1

Botany/Ecology, Ornithology, Film Criticism, TESL, and more. Business and Science courses also taught in English. Homestay available with upgrades to private rooms. Eligibility Requirements: Students must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 and be in good academic standing Credits: 12-17 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 for Fall; October 15 for Spring

Internships Abroad Country: Various Location: Various Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: English; Spanish; Chinese; other (depends on location) Program Description: Students are assigned career-related work placements in Australia, China, Costa Rica, England (London), India, Italy, Mexico and Spain. The internships provide Juniors and Seniors an opportunity for career-related work experience while permitting the participant to become acquainted with another nation's culture. Students submit internship logs, a journal, function reports prepared for the organization, and a final report. Fields of study include business, criminal justice, earth sciences, ecology, economics, health, law, natural and physical sciences, nutrition, philosophy, physical education, religion, social sciences, sports science and many more. Please visit, www.brockport.edu/studyabroad for more information on Brockport's international internship opportunities. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and above; 2.5 GPA; possible language requirement Credits: 6-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: Please refer to web site

VIETNAM The Brockport Vietnam Program Country: Vietnam Location: Danang Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Fall, Spring, Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students take courses in language, culture, history, and politics at Danang University, Duy Tan University (a private university), and the School of Politics (a state political education institute). Each institution exposes students to different philosophies and teaching approaches in Vietnam. The participants also engage in educational activities while providing service in the community. These activities will be tailored as much as possible to the student's major or academic interest and could include working in a community clinic or local nursing home, distributing food and clothing in poor, mountainous villages, or teaching staff at a four star hotel about American customs and language. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 15 (Fall); November 1 (Spring); March 1 (Summer)

VENEZUELA VENUSA Country: Venezuela Location: Merida Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Fall, Spring, Academic Year Language of Instruction: Spanish and English Program Description: VENUSA is located in the beautiful city of Merida, nestled in the heart of the Venezuelan Andes. Though its student body has grown dramatically over the years, VENUSA's goal remains what it has always been: the promotion of greater international understanding through education and the development of interpersonal relationships between its students, both Venezuelan and North American. The VENUSA experience will help students develop and improve their Spanish skills, learn about the Venezuelan culture, and strengthen the bonds of friendship between cultures. Participants will also gain knowledge and experience in international relations, which will help confront the challenges of a vast world.Courses available in Literature, Latin-American Studies, Geography and History, International Business, Linguistics, Phonetics,

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Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: The Universidad del Salvador is a prestigious institution with fifty years of experience in providing the students with an integral and personalized education. Students from around the world come to USAL to begin or further their studies. The Spanish as a Second Language courses are taught by experienced language instructors who are also specialists in Argentina and Latin American literature and culture. They use modern and effective techniques, providing students with a comfortable and productive learning environment. The Spanish as a Second Language Intensive Course, The CIE in Spanish, is an intensive four-week program that has been developed for those who wish to study not only the language in a Spanishspeaking country, but also its history, culture and social aspects. This course guarantees the acquisition of the language through numerous activities, including written, oral and audio-visual exercises as well as arranged trips. The program seeks to develop communicative skills in different situations as well as to familiarize students about Argentine culture through the use of numerous complementary activities both inside and outside of the classroom. There are three levels: Elementary, Lower Intermediate and Upper Intermediate. Students are assigned to a level based on a placement test which is administered at the beginning of the program. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

ARGENTINA Environmental Conflicts and Initiatives in Latin America Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program provides an introduction to environmental issues in Latin America by outlining the historical, political and socioeconomic forces that have driven environmental change in the region. This will provide context for a first-hand examination of urban environmental issues in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. Students will travel to Buenos Aires for two weeks during the January intersession. Through on-site analysis of issues related to air and water quality, housing, nutrition, public health, municipal waste disposal, and the preservation of open space, students will develop an appreciation and understanding of the environmental problems and challenges facing large Latin American urban areas. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

Summer in Argentina Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina Campus: SUNY Purchase Term(s): Summer (June 4 - June 25) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Even if you don’t speak Spanish, this intensive program, based in the capital city of Buenos Aires, gives you the opportunity to explore contemporary Argentinean society, politics and culture. This is a three weeks course of experiential learning, social engagement, and aesthetic appreciation. In the classrooms of the prestigious Institute of Social and Economic Development (IDES) you will understand the history of the so-called dirty war (19761983) where roughly 30,000 people disappeared by the military dictatorship, and how Argentinean society has dealt, and still deals today with that political, economic and cultural legacy. Eligibility Requirements: Good Academic Standing Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Summer in Argentina Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English and Spanish Program Description: SUNY Oswego's study abroad program in Argentina with CAPA Buenos Aires Study Center hosted at Universidad Austral, a small private university in the heart of Buenos Aires. Students enroll in two courses for a total of six credits. Students have the opportunity to study Spanish while taking courses in art history, business, economics, history, international relations, literature, journalism, politics, and sociology, all of which are taught in English. The six-week semester program is open to students of all language abilities. Students will reside with host families. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; no language requirement Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

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USAL- CIE Country: Argentina Location: Buenos Aires Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer

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Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The College at Brockport, State University of New York, in cooperation with American Universities International Programs (AUIP) invites you to participate in a unique study abroad program in South Australia and Fiji. Explore dynamic cultures and natural environments by traveling extensively as a group with Dr. James M. Haynes, The College at Brockport, and local field experts in Australia and Fiji. Prospective students also have the option of choosing to attend either the Australia or Fiji portion independently of one another as well. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 9 undergraduate, graduate credit upon request Application Deadline: April 1

Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; minimum 2.8 GPA Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 University of Southern Queensland-Summer Country: Australia Location: Queensland Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Take advantage of a once in a lifetime opportunity to study Indigenous Australian culture on the World Heritage Listed Fraser Island. Students will explore Australian Aboriginal culture, history and knowledge through the experience of the Butchella people. The Fraser Coast region is located a half hour flight or three and a half hours drive north of Brisbane. Hervey Bay on the Fraser Coast is a great location for international students, with a superb climate, calm waters, pristine beaches and relaxed lifestyle. Bordered by 40 kilometers of beautiful, calm beaches, the Fraser Coast region has a population of approximately 95,000. Hervey Bay’s population of 52,000 is increasing rapidly as people continually move to the region. Just offshore lies the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, which is the largest sand island in the world. A unique natural environment, Fraser Island has unspoiled beaches, rainforests and fresh water lakes, all attractions for ecotourists from around the globe. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Winter in Melbourne, Australia Country: Australia Location: Deakin University Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Winter Session Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Deakin University has a passion for International education and the Australian Studies Summer School offers you the chance to satisfy you intellectual and cultural curiosity about one of the world’s most diverse, friendly and harmonious cultures. This unit will provide you cultural orientation skills; information, experiences, analyses and interactions which will inform, entertain and heighten your understanding of Australia today. Offered at the beautiful Geelong Waterfront campus, on Corlo bay and just 50 mins by train to Melbourne’s CBD, the program includes cultural trips to Melbourne and a Learn to surf weekend on the world famous Great Ocean Road. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher) Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: November 1

Sydney Summer Internship Program Country: Australia Location: Sydney Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Sydney Summer Internship program provides a unique and specialized internship program for American students who will participate in a 6 credit internship program in a number of fields, and will be guided by an Australian professor. In addition to the internship program, students will participate in full day excursion to the Blue Mountains, several social events and orientation. Accommodation will be provided in a residential unit; breakfast and dinner are included. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

University of New South Wales Summer Study Abroad Program Country: Australia Location: Multiple locations Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: UNSW is one of Australia's and the world's most recognized research and teaching universities. The summer program is unique because it combines UNSW’s academic excellence with travel throughout Australia. All programs commence in Darwin and spend time at the UNSW campus in Sydney, in additional to traveling to other locations relevant to the program topic such as Melbourne, Canberra, and Cairns. Students participating in the summer program will enroll in one course. A wide range of subjects are offered including history, science, business, tourism, media, and more.

Macquire University- Summer Internships in Sydney Country: Australia Location: Sydney Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English 97

Program Description: Macquarie University began in 1964. It spreads over 135 hectares of bushland in the Sydney suburb of North Ryde, with more than 29,000 students enrolled. This includes approximately 6,000 international students from more than 80 countries studying onshore and over 1,000 students studying offshore. More than 150 student clubs and societies make it easy to meet new friends. Access to Macquarie Centre and other suburbs is easy and fast via the excellent road and public transport systems. Downtown Sydney is also only a 45 minute journey by bus, or 25 minute journey by car. Macquarie has earned its title as Australia's Innovative University and is a world-class place to study. The quality and range of studies, facilities and resources generally exceed expectations of new and existing students. The Brockport Program at Macquarie University offers you the opportunity to: -Live and study in one of the world's most rewarding and cosmopolitan educational environments, -Receive instruction in small classes, seminars and tutorials from members of the faculty at Macquarie University, -Choose (and be guaranteed - before you leave the US) the coursework you want/need from an almost limitless variety of disciplines, -Select a part time internship placement program in a wide range of public sector organizations (if you would like to combine this opportunity for credit along with your coursework), -Total integration with Australian students Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA or higher, 3.0 GPA or higher in GPA Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 31

Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; applications received after deadline may be considered

BAHAMAS Marine Biology in the Bahamas Country: Bahamas Location: San Salvador Island Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This two-week program is designed for, but not limited to, biology, earth science, and geology majors as a practical first-hand learning experience and includes fieldwork in biology or geology in a tropical marine setting. It combines field excursions, laboratory workshops, and lectures on the interrelationships of organisms and carbonate sediments and the ecology of benthic communities. The site is the College Center of the Community College of the Finger Lakes' San Salvador campus. The environments, present and past, that will be studied by snorkeling and walking include beach, intertidal, coral reef, and associated shallow water habitats. Studies include evening lectures and an independent research project. This is considered a fall semester course registration. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and graduate students. Overall GPA: 2.75 Credits: 3 undergraduate; 3 graduate Application Deadline: November 1

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Australian EcoTour Country: Australia Location: Various Locations Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This month-long program combines city stays and outback camping. Students travel from Sydney to the tablelands of New South Wales, on to the deserts and billabongs of North and Central Australia, completing the journey in North Queensland at the rainforest and Great Barrier Reef. This program is ideal for students and teachers interested in learning about the natural and cultural environments of Australia, including strategies of instruction in interdisciplinary environmental education. Students learn methods for interpreting national parks and other outdoor sites for the purpose of teaching the value of bio-diversity. Emphasis is placed on the cultural significance and complex relationships of the aboriginal people ad the land, often revealed through artwork. Students gain 3 credits for the EcoTour and 3 credits for a mandatory eco-project completed upon return. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates with a GPA of 2.5 or higher

Belize Summer Teachers Institute Country: Belize Location: San Ignacio Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Belize, formerly known as British Honduras, is a tiny country in Central America that borders on Mexico, Guatemala and the Caribbean Sea. A tiny nation with a population of some 280,000, Belize is a politically stable nation with a multicultural heritage. People of Spanish, English, Creole and indigenous (especially Maya) backgrounds populate the country. English is the first language; however, many residents also speak Spanish and/or Creole dialects. The Belize Summer Teacher Institute is housed at the Chaa Creek Lodge in a rainforest in the Cayo District of Belize near the city of San Ignacio. The Belize Summer Teachers Institute is designed to enhance understanding of a variety of concepts and issues in environmental education through participation in a crosscultural learning experience. Teachers from both the United States and from Belize share their expertise and explore pedagogical methods while learning about environmental, historical and cultural issues of Belize. 98

Eligibility Requirements: Participants must hold a bachelors degree. Qualified seniors may apply and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Credits: 3 graduate Application Deadline: April 1

A Cultural and Political Survey of Brazil Country: Brazil Location: Various Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This unique, interdisciplinary program focuses on politics and democratization, diplomatic relations, environmental policies and urbanization, history and arts of Brazil's largest cities. Explore the Amazon Rain Forest and learn about the environmental challenges confronting Latin America's largest country. Understand the process of colonization, appreciate the colonial architecture, and discover the African influence on Brazil's food, music and arts with study trips to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Learn about the process of democratization, Brazil-US relations, and Brazil's foreign policy with a study trip to Brasília, the futurist city and the nation's capital. Students of all academic majors will find this an interesting exploration of a quickly advancing country. Eligibility Requirements: Students in good academic standing; accepted students must attend mandatory orientation sessions Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1- late applications will be considered

BRAZIL Summer Portuguese Language Studies in Brazil Country: Brazil Location: Rio de Janeiro Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Portuguese Program Description: You will study at the Pontifica Universidad Catolica, one of the most prestigious and respected universities in Rio. The summer program is dedicated to Portuguese for Foreigners language studies only. The Department of Letters offers language courses at five levels, from Beginner to Advanced. Each level consists of 90 hours of instruction. The objective is to develop the student's ability to understand, speak, read and write Portuguese in both formal and informal situations. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher; 2 years of college level Portuguese or Spanish Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Health in Brazil Country: Brazil Location: Various Cities Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Health in Brazil is an intensive 3credit program that focuses on comparisons between health services in the US and Brazil. The program is led by UB faculty and hosted by the Universidade Presidente Antonio Carlos (UNIPAC). Students will visit several UNIPAC campuses around the state of Minas Gerais for lectures on various topics related to health in Brazil. Site visits are an integral part of the academic program, and include clinics, hospitals and community programs. The program concludes with four days in Rio de Janeiro. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates and graduates with an interest in health and health-related fields; 2.7 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: March 1

International Business and Marketing in Brazil Country: Brazil Location: São Paulo Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: UAlbany's five-week summer program at Mackenzie Presbyterian University gives students the opportunity to take business-related courses in Latin America's most important financial hub: São Paulo. Through a variety of hands-on activities, in-depth lectures, and excursions to the some of the city's most important economic institutions, this program allows students to develop business competencies in the Brazilian economy (one of world's largest and fastest-growing). Students will be stay at a hotel located in the historic district of Consolação. Day trips included in the program include: a trip to the industrial port of Santos, a visit to the São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa), and a visit to Embraer (one of the world's largest aircraft manufacturers). In addition to the program in Sao Paulo, a three-day excursion to Rio de Janeiro for all participating students is included in the cost of the program. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15

CAMBODIA Global Service Corps Country: Cambodia Location: Various Locations Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Anytime during the year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Global Service Corps provides a variety of project placements in orphanages, private nonprofit schools, and community-based organizations. 99

Volunteers can choose from a variety of service-learning programs including HIV/AIDS Prevention, Orphanage Care, Teaching English Abroad and International Health. Integrated Programs allow for combining two of more of these programs. By evaluating each participant's interests and skills as well as the community's needs, every effort is made to match the participant with the appropriate placement to ensure a mutually rewarding experience for both. Eligibility Requirements: Freshmen and above; good academic standing Credits: Up to 6 undergraduate; graduate by arrangement Application Deadline: Rolling admissions

The summer program is very lively and fun with daily social and cultural activities - all en French. There are three-and five-week sessions available. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA; graduate students may enroll for undergraduate credit Credits: 3 week program 4 undergraduate; 5 week program 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15

CHILE Escuela Fronteras Country: Chile Location: Santiago, Chile Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Wintersession (3 weeks), Summer (6 weeks) Language of Instruction: Spanish, English Program Description: The best way to master a language is with native, college certified teachers using a proven curriculum in a small class environment! Our classes are capped at 6 students per instructor which means you will have individual attention and improve your language skills faster! You can participate as a total beginner or with many years of speaking the language under your belt. All students will have the option to take one or two languages classes (beginner, intermediate or advanced levels),a Chilean Culture and History Class (in English or Spanish) for three credits or a Latin American Literature class (in Spanish). Wintersession: One 3 credit class Summer session: Two 3 credit classes The program offers daily scheduled activities in and around Santiago. Participating in these activities is an excellent way to practice your new language skills in a fun and exciting environment. Weekend trips are also offered where you can discover Chile's fantastic landscapes and outdoor sports. We'll also visit historical landmarks and experience the arts and culture that make Chile so unique. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors Credits: 3-6 undergraduate Application Deadline: Summer, April 1; Winter, November 3

CANADA Geographic Field Studies in Canada Country: Canada Location: Alberta and British Columbia Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Geographic Field Studies is an intensive 3-credit hour field course involving two weeks of travel through southern Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. Roaming through mountain, foothill, and prairie environments, the course examines both the human and physical landscape. Designed to introduce students to the methods and techniques of geographical field research, participants observe the indigenous population and their relationship to the physical environment and natural resource base. Spatial patterns of historical settlement, land use, wild land preservation, industry, economic development, and tourism will also be explored. Students are required to keep a detailed field journal describing and reflecting upon their daily activities. They also participate in teaching the course, by researching a topic and presenting it to the group at an appropriate place along the route. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. While all students are encouraged to apply, in the event that demand exceeds course space, priority will be given to Geography majors and those in related discipline Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

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University of Quebec at Chicoutimi: Summer French Program Country: Canada Location: Chicoutimi (Quebec) Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Operated by the University of Quebec at Chicoutimi in northern Quebec, the Summer French Program is designed for students who wish to improve their French language skills. It provides the unique opportunity of living with a Quebecois family in an area known for its warmth and rich French-Canadian heritage.

CAPA Beijing Summer Internship Program Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Chinese Program Description: Students would take 3 credit hours of language, either at the beginner or intermediate level, either two content courses, worth 3 credits, or one content course and a 3-credit internship with Learning Through Internships: Beijing 100

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Summer Intensive Chinese Language Program Country: China Location: Chengdu, Sichuan Province Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Mandarin Chinese Program Description: The 8-week program offers intensive Chinese language courses at 2nd and 3rd year levels and will cover a whole year worth of Chinese. In addition to the language courses, the Program also offers lectures about China in English, weekly calligraphy and Tai Chi lessons plus weekly individual language tutoring sessions. Weekly field trips and site visits in Chengdu and surrounding areas are also arranged. Eligibility Requirements: A 2.8 GPA is required. Coursework equivalent to one year of college-level study is required. Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors with good academic standing. Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; late applications will be considered

Chinese Language and Culture Program in Beijing Country: China Location: Beijing Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English and Chinese Program Description: This 8-week program of Chinese language and culture offers 3 course options for 8 credits: Chinese 201 and 202; Chinese 301/302 plus independent study; and Chinese 401/402 plus independent study. Language classes include lectures, drills, group conversation sessions and individual sessions. The program starts with a study tour of Shanghai, Suzhou and Zhouzhuang before classes begin in Beijing. During the program field trips are included to Xi'an, Qufu and Mount Tai. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates; 3.0 GPA Credits: 8 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Zhejiang Gongshang University Country: China Location: Hangzhou (Zhejiang province) Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students will attend a Management (MGT) 470 course related to topics in Chinese culture and business. Participants will also take part in the Spoken English Promotion Project (SEPP) as teaching assistants at ZJGSU. Students will speak and interact with Chinese students in English about topics of mutual interest. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Summer Community Service Program in Chengdu, China Country: China Location: Chengdu, Sichuan Province Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Only Language of Instruction: English and Chinese Program Description: The program includes an in-class component, community service assignments, and related fieldtrips. Classes will meet every day for the first week of the Program. Students will take survival Chinese language courses, for a total of 20 hours, in the mornings. Five lectures, taught in English, on topics about China will be given in the afternoons, for a total of 10 hours. A final exam will be given to the program participants at the end of the first week. During the second and the third week of the Program, for a total of 45 hours, the program participants will be teamed up with Chinese students from West China University on different service learning projects, supervised by the faculty/staff from West China University as well as the University at Albany. Program participants will meet during the week with program staff to discuss specific issues that are related to their community service projects. Program participants are required to keep daily field notes and a reflective journal. The final assignment will be a 3 to 4 page community service portfolio that includes a reflection paper on the activities or project completed with the organization. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. All students must be in good academic standing. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 11

Chinese University of Hong Kong Summer School Country: China Location: Hong Kong Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is a forward looking comprehensive research university with a global vision and a mission to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West. The International Summer School allow students to learn and live alongside other academic achievers from a range of cultures. International students can immerse themselves in a multicultural environment and gain insights into Asian cultures, experience a unique learning environment on the green, spacious campus on CUHK outside regular term time, and enjoy the many pleasures of summer in Hong Kong. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum GPA 2.75 Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1 101

Wuyi University Country: China Location: Jiangmen (Guangdong) Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This exchange program is open to students who study from late May through mid-July. Students take the course Modern China: Chinese Civilization and Society. Students can earn academic credits through lectures, trips and everyday living experiences. They learn about all aspects of life in modern China - from its culture to its business community, from its political philosophy to the ideas of the men and women on the streets. This course is offered in conjunction with the faculty and staff at Wuyi University. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors & Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Chinese Business Language and Culture at Fudan University Country: China Location: Shanghai Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Chinese Program Description: This unique summer program offers students hands-on experience in business and marketing research in Shanghai. Shanghai is not only one of the key financial centers of the 21st Century, it also is China’s major urban metropolis, the hub of China’s business, cultural, educational, and entertainment worlds. Fudan University, one of China’s most prestigious institutions of higher learning, has specially designed this six-week program for Binghamton University students. The curriculum includes rigorous courses in Advanced Chinese, Business Chinese, and a variety of Topics courses focusing on areas such as Hot Spots in the Chinese Economy, Chinese Business Strategies, and Business Case Studies, all to be taught in Chinese. While students will have ample contact hours in the classroom, the centerpiece of the program will involve onsite, hands-on experience in off-campus businesses and reallife marketing research. This will allow students to employ both their Chinese language skills and their classroomacquired knowledge of Chinese business and marketing to conduct interviews, collect data, and write research reports, which will be presented to the class at the end of the program. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.75 cumulative GPA, 3.0 in Chinese language courses Credits: 8 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

The Shandong Finance Institute Country: China Location: Shandong Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Summer (May/June) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This exchange program is open for business students. It focuses on the general topics of international trade, tariffs and other trade barriers, exchange rates and currency stability, problems of developing economies, and specific issues that relate to economic growth and development of China. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores or Juniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: 1-Mar

Internship and Chinese Language in Shanghai Country: China Location: Shanghai Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Chinese and English Program Description: Dates: June 23 - July 19 Program Description As a global city, and the largest in China, Shanghai influences commerce, finance, trade, culture, fashion, research and entertainment not only in China but the world. Shanghai recently successfully hosted the World Expo 2010. Beautiful and modern, it has the reputation as “Paris of the East” and as been described as the "showpiece" of the world's fastest-growing major economy. Students will have the opportunity to complete a business internship while taking Chinese courses at Shanghai Lake Malaren International Convention Center. After short-term training, participants will be placed in various administrative departments working with Chinese staff. Program Highlights -Four weeks of intensive language learning, free tutoring, and an internship -An internship certificate upon completion of the program -Seminars in law and commerce by specialists in these fields -Visits to Shanghai Baoshan Steel Group and World Financial Center -Day trips to the Shanghai and

East China Normal University Country: China Location: Shanghai Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This 3-week program (usually from late December to mid January) offers the course "Introduction to China," an introduction to Chinese language, economy and culture, combined with basic geography and recent history. This 3-credit course may fulfill General Education requirements (e.g., "Regions Beyond Europe" at UAlbany). Participants live in on-campus dormitories. Field trips and site visits in Beijing, Shanghai and its surrounding areas are included. Eligibility Requirements: Students with good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1; late applications considered

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Huangpu River cruise -Welcome banquet and graduation ceremony Undergraduate Courses Offered Students will register for 6 or 7 total credits. CHI 112 Elementary Chinese II – 4 credits CHI 211 Intermediate Chinese I – 3 credits CHI 212 Intermediate Chinese II - 3 credits CHI 410 Business Chinese - 3 credits AAS/CHI 477 Directed Reading in Chinese - 1 to 3 credits All students will take the following course: AAS 488 Internship - 2-6 credits Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 GPA or higher) and some proficiency in Chinese Credits: 6-7 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1, 2013

China Study Program: Shanghai--Nanjing Region Country: China Location: Shanghai--Nanjing Region Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This three-week program provides participants with opportunities to study their disciplines in the context of China's unique characteristics. The program is directed by SUNY Cobleskill and its partner, Shanghai Urban Management College. Participants travel to Shanghai, Nanjing and surrounding areas; they visit museums, parks and historic sites, attend seminars and workshops on Chinese history, culture and language and interact with Chinese college students. Lectures are given by Chinese professors. Students are evaluated through journals and a final paper. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores or higher Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: Rolling; no later than eight weeks prior to commencement of program

Higher Education Administration in China Country: China Location: Shanghai and Beijing Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer (May 25 – June 8) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: As China’s impact on the global economy expands, so has the influence of its universities. This 15-day study tour examines China’s higher education institutions by visiting five of its leading universities in the major cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Nanjing. By combining university information sessions and lectures on Chinese history and educational philosophy with excursions to major cultural attractions, participants will acquire knowledge and an appreciation for the historical and traditional significance of higher education in China while enriching their knowledge of the contemporary Chinese student. Qualified students can earn 3 graduates credits for CEK 560 – Comparative University Systems: Higher Education in China. Program Highlights -Visit five universities, including the 3 premier institutions of Tsinghua U., Peking U. and Nanjing U. -Attend lectures by local professors and administrators about modern Chinese history and the administrative structures of their universities. -Lunch with individual Chinese students at their favorite campus eatery. -Tour major cities of Shanghai, Beijing and Nanjing. -Visit the Great Wall, Forbidden City and other major cultural attractions of China, including six UNESCO World Heritage Sites. -Travel on China’s bullet trains at 190 mph. Graduate Course Offered All students will enroll in CEK 560 – Comparative University Systems: Higher Education in China. Satisfactory completion of the course grants 3 credits towards the Masters in Higher Education Administration (MHEA). Eligibility Requirements: Graduate students in good academic standing, no language proficiency required Credits: 3 graduate Application Deadline: April 1, 2013

China Summer Study: History, Culture and the Arts Country: China Location: Various Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Objectives of this program are to provide historical, creative and cultural perspectives of an area of China not often visited. Students will have the opportunity to study and go behind the scenes to witness a part of China that is rapidly changing. Each day students will gather to discuss experiences, share impressions, and record observations. Students will be keeping written journals and recording images on standard and digital film. The focus is to provide an understanding of another culture to a general student population of all disciplines, through an immersion in the history, art, and language of China. No language background is needed as a translator will be present at all times. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA and good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate or graduate credits Application Deadline: March 15 Zhongnan University Scholarship Program in Wuhan, China Country: China Location: Wuhan Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Dates: May 25 – June 22 Participants will receive a scholarship from and be hosted by Zhongnan University of Economics and Law (ZUEL), partner university of SBU’s Confucius Institute. ZUEL is located in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province and one of

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the most ancient cities in China. Wuhan is a huge political, economic, and cultural hub – the biggest financial, industrial, and commercial centers in Central China. With its intriguing contrast of old and new, Wuhan is attractive to international visitors. Program Highlights -Perfect for students in a variety of disciplines! -Local attractions and cultural performances -Excursions to Beijing and Xi’an, home of the world renown “Terra-Cotta Warriors” Undergraduate Courses Offered Participants will take a 6 credit Chinese Language and Culture course fulfilling SBU’s Skill 3 requirement, as well as DEC J or DEC G. Eligibility -Language proficiency is NOT required. -All undergraduate college students in good academic standing may apply. Cost -Online Application Fee: $60 -Administrative Fee: $200 -Tuition costs: $232 per credit for NY residents, $675 per credit for non-residents -Program Fee: $700 (This fee has been subsidized by Zhongnan University of Economics and Law. It includes room, 3 meals per day, group excursions, and international health insurance.) -Airfare: Flight information will be released to accepted applicants. Students should book this flight immediately. Application Deadline -April 15, 2013 -Applicants are notified of an admissions decision on a rolling basis, so the sooner one applies, the sooner one can receive a decision! -Late applications considered at the Program Director’s discretion. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 GPA or higher) Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15, 2013

Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6-12 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 15 Universidad VERITAS Country: Costa Rica Location: San José Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish; English Program Description: University VERITAS, located in the city of San José, is a private university of approximately 1500 Costa Rican students. It is extraordinarily well-equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Costa Rican students specialize in Art, Design and Architecture whereas international students take classes in Spanish and English in a variety of disciplines. Spanish Grammar, Composition and Conversation courses are organized into four-week study units and are offered for four hours each morning. Due to the intense nature of the Spanish language classes, students can move through three to four levels of Spanish language preparation in a 12 week semester or in two summer sessions. A variety of classes in various disciplines (biology, political science, philosophy, business, economics, to name a few) are offered in English in the afternoons. Participants live with Costa Rican families within walking distance of the university. Home stay arrangements include breakfast and dinner; there are also small "sodas" (restaurants) close to the campus. Optional excursions are offered at an additional cost. For details on cost, dates, course work, daily itinerary, excursions, and more, access www.cortland.edu/studyabroad Eligibility Requirements: Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and must be in good academic standing Credits: 4-7 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 Summer Institute for Teachers of Spanish Country: Costa Rica Location: San José Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: SUNY Cortland, in affiliation with the Universidad Veritas, is pleased to offer its Summer Institute for Teachers of Spanish in San José, Costa Rica. University Veritas is a private university of Art, Design and Architecture. It is extraordinarily well-equipped with state-ofthe-art technology and provides the perfect setting for learning to use technology in the classroom. The program is offered every other year. Participants spend two weeks living with Costa Rican families, attending classes and visiting sites of cultural and historic significance. A total of six graduate credits are earned. Three credits are earned during the component of the course that takes place in San José. Students earn an additional 3 credits after returning to the U.S. upon satisfactory completion of the second half of the course, conducted via the Internet using WebCT software. Participants live with Costa Rican families and are provided with 3 meals per day. Optional excursions are offered at an

COSTA RICA The Costa Rica Program Country: Costa Rica Location: San José Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: The Costa Rica Program includes a variety of options; students may do a full-time internship at a variety of placements, study Spanish language full-time at La Escuela de Idiomas in San José, participate in a part-time internship in conjunction with intensive Spanish study at La Escuela de Idiomas, or participate in a tutorial in Spanish for courses in literature and culture in conjunction with the regular intensive Spanish program or with a full-time internship. The internship placements are in San José and most majors can be accommodated. 104

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additional cost. For details on cost, dates, course work, daily itinerary, excursions, and more, access www.cortland.edu/studyabroad. This program runs in alternate years. The next date is Summer 2012. Eligibility Requirements: Participants must hold a B.A. degree in Spanish and should be teaching or planning to teach Spanish Credits: 6 graduate Application Deadline: March 15

Universidad de la Habana Country: Cuba Location: Havana Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This is a faculty-led and direct enrollment program. Students will take their language course at the FLEX (Facultad de Lenguas Extranjeras) and the companion culture course with SUNY Oswego faculty at the Cuban Institute for International Journalism. The title of the program is Exploring Language and Culture in the Cuban Context. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA; Junior, Senior or Graduate; Intermediate Spanish Proficiency Credits: 6 undergraduate; 6 graduate Application Deadline: April 1

Costa Rica- Tropical Biology Field Study Country: Costa Rica Location: Various Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: We will examine a wide variety of Costa Rican ecosystems from cloud forest to lowland rainforest. In addition to classroom studies, students will spend two weeks in locations around Costa Rica and will conduct research at the Alberto Brenes Biological Reserve. We will also work with non-profit groups to increase understanding of Costa Rican culture. Eligibility Requirements: Junior and Senior science majors or science minors in good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

CZECH REPUBLIC The Artist in the Third Reich Country: Czech Republic Location: Prague (also Berlin and Amsterdam) Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: In this 3-week, 3-credit course, students will explore the fate of select musicians, painters, actors, and film directors, whose lives, careers and creative efforts were irrevocably altered by the Nazis’ rise to power, and consider the various moral and ethical choices they faced in pursuing their art. They will also reflect on choices artists face today, and how their creations continue to serve as instruments of persuasion. The first week of the course will be in Prague, Czech Republic, but students will also spend one week in Berlin, Germany and one week in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

CROATIA Summer in Croatia- International Conflict in the Balkans Country: Croatia Location: Dubrovnik Campus: Canton Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This three-week summer program provides students with a unique opportunity to study international and ethnic conflict in Dubrovnik, Croatia. In order to focus on the wars during the collapse of Yugoslavia, students will also gain an insight into major conflicts of the 20th century that involved the Balkan Region. Formal instruction occurs in the mornings and the field and cultural trips are scheduled during afternoons and weekends which allows students a unique opportunity for experiential learning. The class is taught in English by SUNY Canton faculty. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with a 2.75 GPA or better Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Humanities II in Prague Country: Czech Republic Location: Prague, Bratislava and Vienna Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This four-credit hour Humanities II course is a required course for Geneseo students, but also satisfies the Western Civilization general education requirement of SUNY. The course is held in Prague, Czech Republic, one of Europe’s great undiscovered cultural centers, and the home to some of history’s greatest art and literature. The program runs in May and June - dates vary from year to year. 105

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Students study western literature, history, culture, and institutions primarily through great works of Western European thought from 1600 to the present. In Prague a greater emphasis is placed on Central European contributions to western civilization, complemented by trips to selected sites of particular interest, guest lecturers, and specialized guides. Students will also have an opportunity to explore Prague, Bratislava, Vienna and surrounding areas on their own. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record or pending disciplinary hearings. Geneseo students are given preference, although non-Geneseo students are welcome to apply. Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Community Health and Nursing Country: Dominican Republic Location: Juan Dulio Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The intent of this project is to provide undergraduate and graduate nursing students with a four credit academic international experience for two weeks during the summer. Participants will travel to the rural Juan Dulio area of the Dominican Republic with a faculty member who is knowledgeable about the region and fluent in Spanish. The students and faculty member will engage in direct care of individuals in two established clinics in the region. The students will also participate in health education to address health-promoting behaviors to mitigate the impact of major sources of morbidity and mortality (accidental injury, diabetes, cardiovascular risk and infectious environmental disease). Students will also benefit from presentations by faculty and local health care providers regarding local culture, health practices and health problems. This will provide the students with the opportunity to increase their knowledge about medical and nursing education and practice in the Dominican Republic Eligibility Requirements: Participants are required to be a juniors or seniors with at least one semester of nursing courses. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better is required Credits: 4 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: March 1

DENMARK Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS) Country: Denmark Location: Copenhagen Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Taught in English by Danish professors. Program options include Business and Economics, Sustainability, Psychology and Child Development, HIV/AIDs in Western Europe, Pre-Medicine, Architecture and Design (furniture, textiles, interior, urban, etc), Humanities, Politics, History, and Social Sciences. Study tours to a variety of other cities and countries are an integral part of the coursework. Students either live in a Danish dormitory (Kollegium) or shared apartments with other DIS students. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA; SUNY students only Credits: 3-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; late applications considered, medical and nursing programs fill fast, early application is advised

Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) Country: Dominican Republic Location: Santo Domingo Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: This program offers a combination of intensive Spanish language instruction and topics in Caribbean and African-American Studies taught in English at the PUCMM's Santo Domingo campus. Some excursions and housing with host families arranged by the program, or students may make their own arrangements. No language requirement. Direct enrollment into regular university courses may also be available for students with fluency in Spanish. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; late applications considered

International Social Welfare Country: Denmark Location: Copenhagen Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The purpose of this program is to study the social welfare system and compare it to human services in the United States. Students will visit agencies serving children, youth, and adults. Your base will be at colleges educating social pedagogues (professional human services and direct care workers). Students will stay with students of these colleges and immerse themselves in the local culture.

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Dominican Republic Wintersession Volunteer Abroad Country: Dominican Republic Location: Santo Domingo / Hato Mayor province Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: UAlbany's partnership with the Community Service Alliance in the Dominican Republic gives students the opportunity to spend their winter break helping those in need. This three-credit service learning course focuses on the history, society & culture of the Dominican Republic, and also allows participants to engage in several volunteer opportunities. Past projects include the building of a community center, the construction of a baseball field, and the conducting of youth program seminars (focused on topics such as drug awareness and prevention. Students will spend their time between the capital city of Santo Domingo as well as in communities throughout the province of Hato Mayor. No previous knowledge of Spanish required (classes and field trips conducted in English). Eligibility Requirements: All college students in good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: November 1; late applications considered

out this stimulating, comprehensive foray into Latin American culture. The university's Internship Program gives participants invaluable experience working in a local business or institution, allowing them to practice their professional skills in an environment conducive to intercultural exchange. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; 2 years college level Spanish Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 Economic, Environmental and Human Aspects of a Cloud Forest Region Country: Ecuador Location: Pichincha Province Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Session Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program focuses on learning the threats of biodiversity from an economic, environmental and human perspective. The course format will be hybrid in design and will utilize field exercises, lectures and group reflection in the evening. Students will volunteer five days a week at the La Hesperia nature reserve. Work done at the reserve focuses on natural conservation, combating deforestation, protecting existing forest, restoring degraded areas and searching for sustainable activities that enable us to support the reserve and to offer a better way of life for the local community as well as those who live and work at the reserve. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, Senior Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 26

ECUADOR Universidad Cat贸lica de Santiago de Guayaquil Country: Ecuador Location: Guayaquil Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: Language and culture available in summer semester (July). Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15

Summer in Ecuador Country: Ecuador Location: Quito Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish; English Program Description: This four-week program is designed to provide hands on experience with the Spanish language and Ecuadorian culture in a semi-immersive structure. For this purpose the classes consist of small groups with one instructor. The students will be placed in beginning or intermediate Spanish, or a Latin American literature class for advanced students. In addition, they will take a course on Ecuadorian Society and Culture in a Global Context, offered in English and Spanish, for a total of 6 credits. Students will be taught in groups by excellent language instructors from a language school, as well as by Oswego's faculty director. The course will be supplemented by workshops, lectures, and field assignments while making excursions within Quito and weekend outings to its surroundings. The program includes approximately one week spent in an organic farm on the coast where our study will be enriched by the rural context and local ecological practice. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.5 GPA/ sophomore standing

Summer Latin American Studies in Ecuador Country: Ecuador Location: Guayaquil Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This program offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to study three cultures in one term at the Universidad Espiritu Santo in Guayaquil, the financial center of Ecuador. By experiencing the rich lives and diverse cultural expressions of this multilingual and multiethnic Andean region, students understand the three major African, indigenous, and European cultures that have shaped the character of the region. Students study intensive Spanish language; may also choose from Community Health in a Developing Nation, The Ecology of Coastal Ecuador or complete an internship. Conferences, lectures, and travel to locales such as Quito, Cuenca, and the Amazon will round 107

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Program Description: This program is temporarily suspended. Please contact the James M. Clark Center for International Education if you would like additional information. Founded in 1919, The American University Cairo (AUC) is located in Cairo, the capital of Egypt, and the largest city in Africa and the Middle East. AUC's academic programs are organized into three schools: Business, Economics and Communication; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Sciences and Engineering. Most classes are offered in English. During the AUC summer session students can choose from a wide range of courses and can earn 3-7 credits. Every effort is made to offer courses of special interest to study abroad students, such as Islamic art and architecture, Egyptology, Arab society, and Middle East-oriented courses in history, economics, and management. Intensive courses at all levels in modern standard Arabic and in Egyptian colloquial Arabic are also offered during the summer session by AUC's Arabic Language Institute. The Winter Session provides additional opportunities to students from AUC and abroad to take intensive courses for academic credit. Winter Session courses are normally offered during the first three weeks of January for at total of three credits. For both summer and winter sessions, extracurricular activities are planned for the students and faculty, including trips and cultural events such as performances of Arabic music and art shows. An informal athletic program offers basketball, volleyball, tennis, soccer, and table tennis. Seminars and special lectures by distinguished visitors are also an occasional part of the Summer and Winter Sessions. Student support services include on-site orientation, health and counseling clinics, cross-cultural advisement through student services office, and a wide range of student organizations and activities. There are outstanding library and media facilities. Housing is on campus. Eligibility Requirements: Program available to SUNY students only; 3.0 GPA; good academic standing Credits: 3-7 undergraduate and graduate Application Deadline: Summer, February 1; Winter, September 1

La Universidad San Francisco de Quito Country: Ecuador Location: Quito Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: Spanish at all levels; small selection of courses available in English that focus on Latin American culture and civilization. Family stays. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 6-12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

EGYPT Summer Middle East Studies Program Country: Egypt Location: Cairo Campus: Cobleskill Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Arabic for language studies, only Program Description: The Middle East Studies Program at MIU is a four-week (summer) interdisciplinary program consisting of a number of courses in the humanities and social sciences. The variety of courses presents a comprehensive overview of the potential and challenges of the Middle East. Students in this program will gain deeper insights and greater understanding of the Middle East region. The program is designed for visiting students. Students may select two courses from the summer offerings. Classes are in session four days per week with a total of 16 hours of lectures each week. The three-day weekends allow for organized excursions to museums, the Pyramids, the Center for Political and Strategic Studies at Al Ahram newspaper, the Cairo stock exchange, Alexandria and the north coast, etc. Students study on the university campus and live in nearby housing. Fields of study include: language, literature, communications, government, politics, history, economics, business, sociology, psychology, music, art, international studies. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

FINLAND Oulu University Arctic Biology and Ecology Studies Exchange Country: Finland Location: Oulu Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Exchange students select from a variety of courses, including Bird Watching, Aquatic Animals, Terrestrial Animals, and Baltic Archeology and Biology (including some scuba diving). Courses held on campus and at the Bothnian Bay and Oulanka Research Centers. Skis and rubber boots provided when needed. Previous work in biology required for some options; no prerequisites for

American University Cairo Country: Egypt Location: Cairo Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Summer, Winter Session Language of Instruction: English, Arabic (for language and literature) 108

aquatic animals course. Credits vary with modules selected. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors Credits: 1-15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Known for medieval architecture, Montpellier is also a modern city exhibiting a vitality that includes festivals, theater, music, dance, and more. Program Highlights -Guided tour of Montpellier -4 half-day excursions and 3 full-day excursions -4 cultural workshops highlighting traditional dance, music, and cuisine -Screenings of French movies each week, swimming at beaches and inland rivers, hiking, cycling, and spelunking (exploring caves) -Past excursions have included the following: Nimes/Le Pont-du-Gard, the Camargue region, Arles, Les Baux-deProvence, Les Cevennes, and the Roquefort cheese cellars Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher) Credits: 6-7 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

FRANCE Purchase College on the French Riviera Country: France Location: Antibes Campus: SUNY Purchase Term(s): Summer (June 4 - July 8) Language of Instruction: English; French Program Description: While exploring the French Riviera, the fortified city of Antibes, and the sun-drenched countryside of Provence, Purchase College offers a five week program in June which combines intensive work in the study of French language (taught in French) with study of either Journalism or Drawing (taught in English by Purchase faculty) for a total of eight credits. The final week of the program is spent in Paris. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 8 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1, late applications by space available

Business, Language, and Intercultural Studies in Nice Country: France Location: Nice Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; French Program Description: The SUNY-Oswego summer program in Nice offers two different program options. Students can choose: 1) French Language, Literature, and Civilization - four weeks, or 2) Business and Intercultural Studies - four weeks. Both programs include the services of an on-site director, orientation, airport pick-up, housing placement, weekend excursion options, and some meals. The French language courses are in French and are offered in levels from beginner to advanced. Business courses are in English. Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

University of Montpellier Language Program Country: France Location: Montpellier Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: French Program Description: This eight-week program offers students French language and culture courses at all levels. Students live with host families. On-site support is provided by the Institute of Mediterranean Languages, as well as optional excursions. An additional 3 credits may be earned from a combination of volunteer service and coursework dealing with the structure of French institutions. Participation for July only for a total of 3 credits is also possible. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing; some French recommended. Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; late applications considered

Efrei Summer School Country: France Location: Paris Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: EFREI is situated in Villejuif in a suburb south of Paris and twenty minutes from the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Discover a cosmopolitan European capital, by taking part in many cultural outings and activities in and around Paris (the Eiffel tower, the Louvre museum, Versailles, Montmartre, Orsay museum...). Students can take Management, Computer Science and French language courses. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum GPA 2.75 Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Summer in Montpellier Country: France Location: Montpellier Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Participants will experience French language and culture as students at an international summer school in Montpellier, France. With a population of 230,000, Montpellier is the dynamic capitol of the LanguedocRoussillon region located in the south of France on the Mediterranean Sea. 109

Humanities II in Paris Country: France Location: Paris Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The program is a concentrated version of Geneseo's unique Humanities II course, a required course and part of the core curriculum. It satisfies the Western Civilization general education requirement of SUNY. This course is held in Paris, one of the world's greatest centers of learning, steeped in history, surrounded by the living evidence of human creativity. The program runs in July and August (dates vary from year to year). Students study Western literature, history, culture, and institutions, primarily through great works of Western European thought from 1600 to the present. Students will live in student housing close to the Latin Quarter with private bath, breakfast, and one other meal per day. Kitchen facilities are available. Eligibility Requirements: Priority will be given to Geneseo students who have completed Humanities I and have at least a 2.75 GPA, although non-Geneseo students are welcome to apply. Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

SUNY at the Sorbonne Country: France Location: Paris Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: French, English Program Description: The SUNY at the Sorbonne summer program in Paris, France is an intensive French language and culture program. In this four week program students will earn 3 credits of French grammar and 3 credits of Global Studies coursework. The Global Studies course gives a look into international and French businesses and organizations and their operations in and outside of France. Incorporated in the course are weekly visits to French and international companies. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1 European Cosmetics and Fragrance Industry - CM 351 Country: France Location: Paris Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students study cosmetics and fragrances marketing from the European perspective. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

Summer French Language Studies in Paris Country: France Location: Paris Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: French Program Description: Beautiful, romantic Paris has always been, and remains, the very heart of French culture. The SUNY New Paltz Summer Study Abroad program in French offers four weeks of intensive study in Paris. Students take classes at the French Language and Culture Institute (ILCF), founded in 1948, which annually welcomes thousands of students from all over the world. It is located within the prestigious Catholic Institute of Paris (ICP), a stone's throw from the Latin Quarter, Saint-Germain-des-PrĂŠs and Montparnasse districts in Paris. Courses are offered at all levels. Course offerings emphasize language proficiency, culture and literature. The program provides students with immersion experience and opportunity to earn 6 undergraduate academic credits in a relatively short period of time. Eligibility Requirements: Open to college students with a GPA of 2.5 or higher; all levels of French, from beginner to advanced. Well qualified high-school seniors with advanced French language proficiency may also apply Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Surface Design Research in Paris - SD 211 Country: France Location: Paris Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Learn extensive design research while abroad in Paris; through on-site visits to museums, libraries, stores, design studios, galleries and trend forecasting companies. Research an area of design interest for hard and/or soft product. Students are required to keep a journal/ sketchbook, give a weekly oral presentation of their researched material and write a paper about the projected outcome of their research. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1 Institut de Touraine Country: France Location: Tours Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Intersession Language of Instruction: French 110

Program Description: The Institut de Touraine, in Tours, France Intersession Program allows students to participate in one three-week session. This allows students to continuously progress their French language skills. The Institut specializes in teaching French to non-native speakers. It is a pedagogic branch of the University of Tours and is housed in two wellappointed nineteenth century mansions in the historic old section of the city of Tours. At the Institut students enjoy small class sizes and personal attention. Students can take French courses at nine levels from beginner to advanced and are housed with local families in a homestay. Eligibility Requirements: sophomore, junior, senior Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 24

Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Exchange program for computer and natural science majors to learn about research in Germany and engage in practical scientific work. Areas of study include computer science, mechatronics and micro technology, engineering, and biology. Courses taught in English; no language requirement. Program begins with language and cultural training. Housing in dormitories. 2008 dates: June 9 - July 18. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 German Language and Culture at Technische Universität Darmstadt Country: Germany Location: Darmstadt Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: German, English Program Description: This four-week program of German language and cultural studies offers three levels of German: beginner, intermediate and advanced. The academic program provides German literature, politics, history and language courses taught by qualified faculty of the TUD. All Summer School participants will also take part in the Cultural Studies program of afternoon lectures, presentations, discussiongroups, and field trips and tours to historic sites and leading German industrial companies. Engineering students may extend their stay for 2 weeks of unpaid internship in the research facilities of TUD and associated institutions for an additional 2.0 credit hours. Eligibility Requirements: SUNY students in good academic standing; 3.0 GPA Credits: 4-6 undergraduate; 4-6 graduate Application Deadline: February 15

Institut de Touraine- Summer Country: France Location: Tours Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: French Program Description: The French language immersion program through Brockport is conducted at the Institut de Touraine in Tours, France. The Institut specializes in teaching French to non-native speakers. The Institut de Touraine is a pedagogic branch of the University of Tours and is housed in two well-appointed nineteenth-century mansions in the historic old section of the city of Tours Eligibility Requirements: Junior and Senior Credits: 4 undergraduate credits per 4 week session (4-9 credits) Application Deadline: April 15 or May 1 (Depending on session)

GERMANY University of Braunschweig - Language Exchange Program Country: Germany Location: Braunschweig Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: German Program Description: This six-week program offers students the opportunity to study the German language at the intermediate and advanced levels. Lectures on German culture and field trips are an integral part of the language program. Students can live in dormitories, apartments, or with families. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate standing; one year of college-level German Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Summer in Konstanz Country: Germany Location: University of Konstanz Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Experience international summer school at the Universität Konstanz, one of Germany’s most prestigious institutions of higher education. Take advantage of first-rate athletic facilities, a professional rock-climbing course, and beaches. The city of Konstanz is located in southern Germany near the cities of Zurich, Stuttgart,and Munich. Group excursions include an medieval castle in Meersburg, the Vorarlberg region of Austria, and the state of Liechtenstein. Eligibility Requirements: Student must be in good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher) Credits: 6-7 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Braunschweig University Science Exchange Program Country: Germany Location: Braunschweig Campus: University at Albany 111

University of Wuerzburg - German Studies Exchange Program Country: Germany Location: Wuerzburg Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English (except German language courses) Program Description: The aim of this ten-week program is to enable American students to learn about German and European history, politics, economic life, and culture. The program will be conducted during the regular German university semester; this will expose participants to the normal workings of the Germany university and to German student life. The program will offer intensive instruction in the German language (6 credits), but other lectures and coursework in the program will be conducted in English. Dormitory housing. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; One year of collegelevel German Credits: 6-10 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15; late applications considered if space is available

The course will help students to develop an international perspective of the world, to analyze social issues, to engage in critical discourses of the world as a global community, and to develop an understanding of the self and others in a crosscultural world. A major aspect of the program is that students will learn directly from Ghanaian scholars, students, musicians, filmmakers, and artists. The integrated coursework and study abroad component also gives students an experiential and conceptual understanding of a West African country and culture that contrasts sharply with social practices and aspirations in the United States. Eligibility Requirements: Primarily for Junions and Seniors, exceptionally well-qualified Sophomores may also apply. Graduate students will be considered. Credits: 6 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: March 15 Global Health Country: Ghana Location: Accra and Kumasi Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program introduces students to current ideas and issues in public health for a low-income country. Students will visit different national parks and wildlife preserves to explore some of the ecological challenges, and their ensuing economic and social impacts, that face developing countries in the tropics. Travel through four regions in Ghana, along with visits to a range of urban neighborhoods and rural communities alike, will introduce students to Ghanaian culture as well as contemporary problems in public health that Ghana faces as a nation. Visits to laboratories at the University of Ghana and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology will provide students with an opportunity to meet researchers working to solve a variety of problems in the field of public health. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing. Preference will be given to juniors and seniors Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

GHANA Ghana Inter-session Program Country: Ghana Location: Accra Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Ghana Inter-session Program introduces participants to various aspects of life in Africa as seen in the history, culture, economy, arts, social change and political development of the country or countries visited. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 15 Engaging Africa: Ethnographic Study in Ghana Country: Ghana Location: Accra Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This exciting program will provide students with a unique opportunity to study aspects of Ghanaian culture both in a classroom setting and in the field, in order to develop an individual ethnographic research project that addresses a relevant topic in their field of study. Possible subjects include music and dance, theatre, cultural anthropology, sociology, education, business, health and environmental sciences, comparative literature, cinema, linguistics and Africana studies. Students will learn virtually every aspect of ethnographic research including project planning, research, writing skills, and how to conceptualize and carry out fieldwork, including conducting interviews and recording and analyzing cultural events.

Ghana: An Artistic Expression Country: Ghana Location: Various Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Experience a culture where the heart and soul of music and drumming brings people to their feet to dance; a culture where the arts are a major part of life. Daily activities include: museum visits, music and dance lessons, bead and drum making demonstrations, batik making and kente weaving. We will travel north to the Ashanti Chief's palace in Kumasi; to Mole National Park where the wild elephants and monkeys live; to Kakum National Park in western Ghana where we'll walk on a canopy 200 feet above the ground; and finally to visit the 112

slave trade castles in Elmina and Cape Coast. Students are required to keep a daily journal, attend all activities, and participate in the service learning project and International Expo when they return. Eligibility Requirements: Students in good academic standing; community members Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1- late applications may be considered

philosophy, society, theater, literature, mathematics, art and our form of democracy. Fortunately many of the actual locations where these events and dialogues took place are accessible to the public. By integrating the historical location and activities that have taken place there into an educational program that teaches international business, entrepreneurship, ethics and innovation to name a few courses. Students experience the concept from a physical perspective and are immersed in the environment. Program Highlights -Introduction Bus tour of Athens (Dinner at Authentic Greek Taverna) -Delphi Site of the Oracle Numismatic Museum -Acropolis and Acropolis Museum Constitution Square, Parliament, National Gardens, Arch of Hadrian, Olympic Stadium, Temple of Zeus -Athens and Epidavros Festival, Odeon of Herodes Atticus -Mycenae, Argos, Nafplio, Epidaurus -Dora Stratou Theater -National Archaeological Museum, The University of Athens -Ancient Corinth -Ancient Agora - Athens -Athens Outdoor Movie Theater -Saronic Gulf Island Cruise: Hydra, Aegina and Poros -Athens Plaka neighborhood Courses Offered All participants will register for 6 total credits. BUS 111/115 Introduction to Business (3 credits) BUS 353 Entrepreneurship (3 credits) BUS 440 International Business (3 credits) BUS 447 Business Ethics (3 credits) EST 201 Tech in Society (3 credits) EST 325/BUS 340 Technology in the Workplace (3 credits) GRK 121 Elementary Modern Greek I (3 credits) HIS 105 The Ancient World (3 credits) HIS 202 Ancient Greece (3 credits) Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 GPA or higher) Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1, 2013

GREECE Humanities I in Athens Country: Greece Location: Athens Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Humanities I is a required course for Geneseo students, part of the core curriculum. It satisfies the Western Civilization general education requirement of SUNY. Based on great works, the course examines the search for moral, social, and political alternatives and meaning in the institutions, culture, and literature of Western Civilization from its beginnings to 1600. Students taking Hum 1 in Athens for four weeks are not only made intimate with the published works of the period, they can actually experience the location of so much of the course's content in Athens and through field trips. There is ample free time to explore Athens and its surroundings and to take trips to places like the Greek Islands or the Pelopennessus. Students reside in apartments, shared by three to five students, in the center of Athens and within a short walking distance from the Acropolis. Students may cook in their own apartment kitchens or eat quick food (such as souvlaki, the Greek equivalent to a burger). Eligibility Requirements: The course is primarily directed at Geneseo students but others may apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding financial obligations to the college and an acceptable disciplinary record. Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

Humanities I, Philosophy and Religion: Mediterranean Roots Country: Greece Location: Greece (Crete and Athens); Italy (Rome and Florence) Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This six-credit, five-week program, called Mediterranean Roots, consists of a) Humanities I (HUMN 220), a four-credit course that is required for all Geneseo students that also satisfies SUNY’s Western Civilization general education requirement, and b) Philosophy and Religion in Ancient Mediterranean (PHIL 288), a two-credit general education course. Humanities I examines the search for moral, social, and political alternatives and meaning in the institutions, culture, and literature of Western Civilization from its beginnings to 1600. The two-unit elective course examines the philosophical and religious traditions of the ancient near east, Greece and Rome. Students taking these courses are not only made intimate with some of the great works of the period, they also have the unique opportunity to be at the corresponding location where the era flourished: in Crete during the study of ancient civilizations, in Athens for the classical Greek civilization, in Rome for the Greco-Roman era, in Florence

Summer in Greece Country: Greece Location: Athens Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Dates: May 21- June 17 Program Description Study where western civilization began; immerse yourself in the culture and the land that introduced many of the ideas that we in the Western world hold dear to our hearts. Walk among the hallow pathways where Aristotle and Plato talked and discuss rhetoric, an important tool in today's manager’s skill sets. More importantly understand that rhetoric is more than words it is emotions, it is feelings, it is communications! Ancient Greece, in particular Athens, is keystone to understanding Western culture, science, 113

for Medieval times and the Renaissance. Several field trips to such places as Knossos, Mycenae and Pompeii, along with visits to museums and side trips to renowned places provide for an additional uniqueness to what can be the educational experience of a lifetime. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record or pending disciplinary hearings. Geneseo students are given preference, although non-Geneseo students are welcome to apply Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

and culture of a tropical Caribbean island. Scuba divers and snorkelers welcome: snorkelers are welcome; scuba diving is encouraged, but not required. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; ability to swim Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: Nov 15

INDIA India: World Cultures and Communication Country: India Location: 5 Cities: Delhi, Agra, Varanasi, and Chennai Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Winter Session Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This multi-disciplinary program connects the exploration of interpersonal, mass, digital, print, electronic, applied, specialized and other communication concepts, forms and modalities as they intersect religion, culture, & music during a 14 day, multi-city tour of India. The program is led by SUNY Cortland Professors Syed Pasha (Communication Studies) and Ralph Dudgeon (Performing Arts). Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: November 1

History and Philosophy of the Olympic Games Country: Greece Location: Various Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This course involves a two week educational experience in Greece. During this experience, students will learn about the history and philosophy of the Olympic Games, both ancient and modern. The program includes visits to major historical landmarks in Athens as well as the venues of the 1896 and 2004 Olympic Games, the Hellenic Olympic Committee and the International Olympic Academy. The course also includes visits to the sites of the four ancient Panhellenic Games (Corinth, Delphi, Nemea and Olympia). In Delphi, Nemea and Olympia students will run in the same stadia as the ancient athletes. The content of the program is made up of the trip itself along with discussions of assigned readings, documentaries and lectures. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, Senior Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

We Build Country: India Location: Bangalore Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This four-week program (late Julylate August) gives students the opportunity to study Indian Life, Culture, and Development issues while experiencing it firsthand. Students engage in service learning by building houses for poor communities, and working with children's groups. The program culminates in participation in the Asian Youth Assembly. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1, late applications considered

HONDURAS Purchase College in Honduras Country: Various Location: Roatan, Honduras Campus: SUNY Purchase Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: Coral reefs are among the largest, most impressive, most beautiful, and most endangered ecosystems on earth. One of the world's most impressive coral reef systems is found in the western Caribbean, along the coast of Central America, and one of the most accessible parts of this reef is found close to shore on the island of Roatan, the largest of the three Bay Islands, about 30 miles off the coast of Honduras. Hands-on, experiential educational opportunity; An alternative to the usual oncampus course and total-immersion in the subject and environment. Study the biology and ecology of the living reef and live organisms, rather than learning about them from books and pictures; learn about the organisms that form the reef and live on it. Experience an entire ecosystem firsthand – the living coral reef. Immerse yourself in the environment

Summer in India Country: India Location: Dharamsala Campus: SUNY Purchase Term(s): Summer (May 28 - July 1) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program will take students to a corner of India which has few study abroad programs, at present. It will provide students the opportunity to experience the energy of Tibet’s Buddhist teaching and artistic life as it adapts its traditions to the challenges of exile. Norbulingka Institute for teaching and preserving Tibet’s artistic culture will be the site of classes. Students from any major will learn about Buddhism and Tibetan culture, both 114

theoretically and practically. They will read widely and critically in Tibetan Buddhist philosophical literature and will have active exchanges with the Tibetan population. Eligibility Requirements: Good Academic Standing Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Program Description: This program provides students with a unique opportunity to study and understand the social, technological, economic, and political environment of India both in an academic setting and in the field. Students are exposed to these different aspects of India, using an eclectic mix of lectures, written material, movies, meetings and interviews, and books. The course incorporated into the program using these methods will help students learn historical and contemporary trends in India, develop an international perspective, and understand the opportunities afforded by emerging economies like India. Eligibility Requirements: Students who have completed at least two full-time semesters of college level study are eligible. Minimum GPA of 3.0 required. Credits: 4 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: September 15

Purchase College in India Country: India Location: Dharamsala Campus: SUNY Purchase Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Dharamsala is in the northeastern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, a state known for its mountains and valleys, hill stations, old princely states, local village cultures, and centers of Tibetan culture in exile. This program will take students to a corner of India which has few study abroad programs, at present. It will provide students the opportunity to experience the energy of Tibet’s Buddhist teaching and artistic life as it adapts its traditions to the challenges of exile. Norbulingka Institute for teaching and preserving Tibet’s artistic culture is our collaborator in the project, and will be the site of our classes. Students from any major will learn about Buddhism and Tibetan culture, both theoretically and practically. They will read widely and critically in Tibetan Buddhist philosophical literature. They will have active exchanges with the Tibetan population. Students will have an extraordinary opportunity to become acquainted with a distinctive landscape and material culture. Students will also benefit from the opportunity to contribute to this culture through service learning and active dialog. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 8 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

KEI/ UAlbany at Symbiosis University Country: India Location: Pune Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This undergraduate program offers students the opportunity to study Archaeology, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Cultural and Area Studies, Economics, Engineering, Environmental Science, Fashion Design, Film Studies, Fine Arts (Art, Music, Theatre), Health Science, History, Indian Studies, Journalism, Law, Literature, Mathematics, Media Studies, Medicine, Philosophy, Physics, and TV Studies at Symbiosis. Hindi and Marathi language training available. Internships are available each term. Students live on campus in dorms. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 6- 9 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

Faculty-Led Field Course in India Country: India Location: Multiple Cities Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Travel with Professor Ray Bromley to India on this faculty-led field course. The itinerary includes Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi, Mumbai, and Pune. See famous sites like the Taj Mahal. Eligibility Requirements: Permission of the instructor Credits: 3 undergraduate credits with an additional independent study credits possible Application Deadline: February 15

IRELAND University College Cork Country: Ireland Location: Cork Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University College Cork is located near the center of Cork city, the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland. Cork, a vibrant center of activity for students and locals, was named "The 2005 European Capital of Culture." The four-week summer program commences at the beginning of July and offers a multidisciplinary view of Irish Culture through lectures and seminars covering archaeology, art, economics, folklore, history, literature, music, and sociology. There are a series of field trips related to areas explored in lectures and seminars. Students who attend the school take six credits, three in literature and three in history. Single-room accommodation is provided in an apartment complex very near campus.

Indian Culture, Economy & Society Country: India Location: Indian Culture, Economy & Society Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English 115

Eligibility Requirements: Students must have a minimum 2.85 overall grade point average and be in good academic standing Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

weekend co-curricular field excursions as detailed below. Course Modules Module 1: Irish History Module 2: Irish Language and Folklore Module 3: Northern Ireland Politics Module 4: Anglo-Irish Literature Module 5: Irish Culture and Society Module 6: Economics of Ireland Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Art in Ireland Country: Ireland Location: Dingle Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This 4 week or 8 week faculty led summer program is set on the Dingle peninsula on the southwest coast of County Kerry in Ireland. The Dingle Peninsula is world-famous for its magnificent scenery: mountains cascading into the ocean, lush green farmland, and charming fishing villages. The town of Dingle is colorful and lively, with sandy beaches, seafood restaurants, art galleries, craft shops, summer theatre, and music pubs. Each weekday begins with breakfast and a brief lecture. Monday through Friday mornings are devoted to drawing in the studios; afternoons are spent painting outdoors. After dinner Mondays through Thursdays there are critiques of the day's work as well as talks by local artists, poets or historians. Friday evenings and weekends are free for independent work or travel. Undergraduate students have the option to continue their work to the next level with an additional 4 weeks of study. Students who choose this 8 week experience will earn 12 credits. The program is open to graduate students for the second 4 week period which will run from late June to late July. This program is ideal for working art teachers during summer recess and will earn the graduate student 6 credits. Details concerning supplies and materials are available from the instructor. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing. Minimum overall 2.5 GPA. Credits: 6 or 12 undergraduate, or 6 graduate Application Deadline: March 15

Business Internship Program with University College Dublin Country: Ireland Location: Dublin Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This is an eight-week program that places students in challenging internships in dynamic Irish firms, as well as international firms doing business in Ireland in the following areas: Banking, Finance, Business Management/International Business, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, and Marketing. In addition to the internship placement, students will take an intensive course in Irish history and culture. Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 (NO late applications accepted) Dublin internships - Summer Country: Ireland Location: Dublin Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: All College at Brockport internships in Dublin, Ireland are located in Central Dublin or its immediate suburbs, providing the opportunity to experience how the Irish live and work. Every placement location has its own opportunities to try new things and to create a network of international contacts. The College at Brockport works with the largest independent internship provider in Europe, which places over 1,800 young people each year in a widerange of professional practice situations in a variety of industry sectors. Placements are arranged by an experienced team working with each student on an individual basis. The placement team makes a considerable effort to match each student to an appropriate placement and to monitor the students throughout the semester. Eligibility Requirements: Junior and Senior; 2.5 GPA Credits: 9 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

Foundations for International Education- Dublin Country: Ireland Location: Dublin Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: FIE has partnered with Dublin Business School and School of Arts (DBS) in Central Dublin. DBS is a private, fully accredited institution offering a range of courses. DBS offers a broad range of courses and social opportunities, and the relatively small size of the institution allows good interaction between students and staff. The school stresses sound teaching and individual attention by limiting class sizes The FIE's six-week summer program offers students the opportunity to gain an understanding of Irish culture and society across a broad spectrum of study and experience. The course consists of six 12-contact-hour modules and two 116

Ireland Special Education Program Country: Ireland Location: Dublin and various locations Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This two-week intensive summer session in June includes site visits to schools and colleges of education to do comparative study of methods of teaching reading. Arrangements will be made for visits to special education facilities, as well as comprehensive schools with adaptations for special needs. Whenever possible, visits will be planned to meet particular interests. In addition to classroom observations, conversations are usually possible with staff during common break times. The group also will attend the annual conference of the Irish Association of Teachers of Special Education. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, Senior, 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate; 3 graduate Application Deadline: April 15

Program Description Ireland’s rich cultural heritage endured the colonial period and then the more recent post industrial eras as one of the “Celtic Tigers.” Students will begin their exploration in Galway, then heading to the site of one of the first English Plantations –Kilkenny. The trip wraps up in Dublin, the capital of this flourishing nation. Through visits to cliffs and castles, cathedrals and tombs, fortresses and museums, mountains and more, students will explore the vibrant history and culture of Ireland. Program Highlights Tour the Celtic countryside and mountains, concluding in Dublin. Experience the host country as a group led by a distinguished SBU scholar. Visit places of artistic, cultural, and historic interest. Courses Offered Participants must a take a total of 4 credits. Students will select ONE of the following: • HIS 208 Ireland from St. Patrick to the Present (DEC I) – 3 credits • HIS 392 Topics in European History (DEC I) – 3 credits All students will register for the following: • HIS 447 Independent Readings in History – 1 credit Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher) Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1

National University of Ireland, Galway- Irish Studies or Gaelic Language Country: Ireland Location: Galway Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: University of Galway's summer school has two programs open to SUNY students: Irish Studies and Irish Language (beginning or intermediate language courses). The Irish Studies program serves as introduction to key themes such as Identity, Emigration, and Religion, and a broad range of elective courses (archaeology, culture, film, history, or Irish society). To accompany these courses a series of field trips serves as an integral element in the overall program structure. The Irish Studies program is located at the University's Irish Language Centre (Áras Mháirtín Uí Chadhain), Carraroe (An Cheathrú Rua) in the heart of Connemara. Apart from being a region of great beauty, Connemara is a major Irish speaking district and is endowed with a rich folk tradition. The village of An Cheathrú Rua, therefore, provides the ideal location for learning Irish in its natural environment. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate; 6 graduate Application Deadline: April 15

Summer School in Irish Studies Country: Ireland Location: Limerick Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Limerick is a thriving, modern city; the fourth largest in Ireland as well as the capital of Ireland's Mid-West region. The Irish Studies summer school schedule includes 45 class hours, 3 all day excursions, and assessments. Students choose from one of the following course options: 1. "Irish Life and Literature" - comprises three inter-related topics that provide the student with a comprehensive and rounded insight into the evolution of modern society: the History of Modern Ireland, Irish Literature in English, and Irish Folklore and Folklife. 2. "Sociological Perspectives on Irish Society": For students of sociology, social anthropology, social policy, and cultural studies. Topics included are: Globalization and social change, mass media, immigration and racism, gender, exclusion, and inequality. 3. The "Visual Culture in Ireland" Summer School focuses on history, art history, art and film studies, covering the development of Irish and European art from the medieval to the modern. Other courses may be added. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Winter in Ireland Country: Ireland Location: Galway, Kilkenny, and Dublin Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Winter Session Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Program Type: Group experience led by SBU faculty Dates: January 1 - 18 117

Poetry of W.B. Yeats Country: Ireland Location: Sligo Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Green beer, fuzzy hats ringed with shamrocks, leprechaun-covered t-shirts -- leave all this behind and travel to Ireland to study one of history's finest writers, William Butler Yeats (1856-1939). A Nobel Prizewinning poet, an accomplished dramatist, a founder of Ireland's Abbey Theatre, a senator in the Irish Free State, a nationalist supporter of Irish independence and a critic of nationalist violence, Yeats was a complex thinker whose verse changed markedly as he grew: from his early love poetry to his late meditations on beauty, art, old age, and death. At the Yeats International Summer School in Sligo, students will attend lectures and seminars conducted by the world's foremost authorities on Yeats. Eligibility Requirements: There are no academic prerequisites for this course. Students must be in good academic standing with no disciplinary record. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Program Description: Programs designed by Israeli universities on special areas of interest may be offered. Intensive summer language classes are also available. Eligibility Requirements: Varies; SUNY students only Credits: undergraduate Application Deadline: Varies

ITALY Italian Language and Civilization Country: Italy Location: Altomonte, Florence and Rome Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Italian Program Description: During this four-week program students spend two weeks in Altomonte, a town in the southern region of Calabria. One week will be held in Rome and one in Florence. Students can study Italian at the beginning, intermediate, or advanced level, as well as learn Italian civilization and culture. Excursions to Cinque Terre, Cosenza, Pisa, Pompei, and Venice are included in the program. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Waterford, Ireland: Its Culture, Legal and Social Systems Country: Ireland Location: Waterford Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This five-week program will examine the development of contemporary Irish society and culture and explore the study of the Irish constitutional, legal, and criminal justice systems or child and welfare services in Ireland. In addition to the formal coursework, the program will afford participants the opportunity to explore Ireland by means of both an organized series of excursions and field trips and also by allowing participants the time for additional personal explorations. Excursion sites include educational and social institutions and a variety of villages, cities, and towns on the south coast of Ireland. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1

International Photographic Study and Practice-PH 311 Country: Italy Location: Como, Milan, Florence Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This basic elective photography course focuses on the photographic image within a global environment. Students explore cultural themes and develop an understanding of digital photographic techniques including the proper use of digital cameras, managing digital files and sharing images via an image sharing website. The photography department of FIT is offering its first study abroad course in northern Italy. The class will be based in Como with easy access to the splendor of Lake Como and the cosmopolitan energy of Milan. FIT is partnering with Politecnico di Milano for the class. The Politecnico di Milano has state-of-the-art photography facilities that include shooting studios and digital labs. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course Credits: 1.5 undergraduate, 3 studio hours Application Deadline: December 1

ISRAEL Ben Gurion; Haifa University; Hebrew University; Tel Aviv University (Beer Sheva, Haifa, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv) Country: Israel Location: Various Locations Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English

Italian in Florence - IT 122 Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer 118

Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Provides an opportunity for total immersion in Italian and develops an awareness of the people, culture, and history of Italy during a 4-week stay in Florence. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. One year Italian studies required. Credits: 3.5 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

Eligibility Requirements: 2.75 GPA overall Credits: 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

The Italian Way: Lessons from the Masters for Our Time - IL 261 Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Emphasizes the aspects of Italian art and culture that affect the artist's aesthetic and pragmatic point of view. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate standing; letter of recommendation from home institution Credits: 2.5 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

Men and Women in Cultural Context Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This faculty-lad course explores how our identities as men and women are shaped by the cultural contexts in which we live. Emphasis is on visual representations of culture - from art and entertainment, to the rituals of everyday life. The course makes use of the rich artistic heritage of Florence, while also investigating contemporary Italian life. By making comparisons to the U.S., we'll discover that one of the very best ways to learn about our own culture is to spend some time in another country. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is suggested, All students must be in good academic standing. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 and late applications will be considered

Scuola Lorenzo de Medici Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: This program offers three four-week terms. Selected courses are available in history, language, restoration, and studio art and art history. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: Session I, March 1; Session II and III, March 15

Florence Summer Program Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Italian; English Program Description: Students can enroll in one Italian language course at the beginning, intermediate or advanced level. Students will also take an Italian civilization course for a total of six undergraduate credits. Excursions to nearby Italian cities are included in the program. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Florence Internship - Summer Country: Italy Location: Florence Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: SUNY Brockport's Internship program in Italy is located in Florence, in the heart of Tuscany. The program is designed to give students the opportunity to become immersed in the Italian culture while learning how Italians live and work. Internship placements in Florence vary widely and most majors can be accommodated. Interns will have the opportunity to connect with other Italian language students and participate in optional excursions and outings to the many historical and cultural sites in Florence and the surrounding Tuscan countryside.

The Renaissance: Presence of the Past (Humanities) Country: Italy Location: Florence and Rome Campus: Rockland Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This interdisciplinary course based in Florence and Rome focuses on the achievements of the writers, painters, sculptors, and architects of the Italian Renaissance. In Florence, students will analyze the literature and art of the 14th and 15th centuries by reading the works of Dante, Boccaccio, and Petrarch, and by visiting the city's great museums including the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Academia. Students typically will also see Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistry, the Cathedral of Florence (whose dome by Brunelleschi dominates the city), as well as other historically significant churches : Santa Croce, San Lorenzo, Santa Maria Novella , which both house great art and stand 119

as architectural monuments of the age. Our study tour continues in Rome, where will will study the High Renaissance as a progression from the Florentine Renaissance. Here our focus will be the prose and poetry of the late 15th and early 16th centuries, as well as the painting, sculpture, and architecture commissioned by the Vatican. We will explore St. Peter's Basilica, which is crowned by Michelangelo's dome, tour the Vatican museums, which include the Sistine Chapel, and visit St. Peter in Chains, the church that houses Michelangelo's Moses. While this course supplies the academic foundation for the Italian Renaissance, it also offers a context for experiencing another time. The historical monuments of Florence and Rome are visual reminders of one of the greatest periods of human achievement and, literally, bring the Renaissance to life. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman - Senior, can be audited also, 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Students who receive financial aid (state/federal) may be eligible to apply that aid to Florence program expenses Note: Students can opt to remain at FUA for up to four 3week summer sessions, earning up to 24 credits (6 credits in each 3-week session). EXTRA ONE-WEEK OPTION: Students may also elect to extend their stay by taking a one-week, 1 credit “Cultural Introduction to Italy” in which they will travel and research through Tuscany, learning about local cultures and history while visiting cultural sites and tasting local culinary delights. (extra costs apply for this additional one-week session in Tuscany week = $1,100) FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND APPLICATIONS, WRITE TO: STUDYABROAD@FARMINGDALE.EDU Or call the Study Abroad Office at: 631-420-2479 Eligibility Requirements: College student in good standing; Overall GPA 2.8 (or permission from Study Abroad Dean) Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: Application plus 30% of cost is due April 9th. Balance due May 9th

Summer Study in Florence Italy Country: Italy Location: Florence, Italy Campus: SUNY Farmingdale Term(s): Summer (short term – 3 weeks) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: SUNY Farmingdale Faculty, in affiliation with the Florence University of Arts (FUA), will offer three-week summer courses in Italy during 2013. Students will earn 6 credits, taking one Farmingdale course from those listed below plus one course selected from a wide array of FUA offerings that include art history, studio art, graphic design, photography, literature, journalism, business, economics, politics, psychology, sociology, history, life sciences, environmental studies, Italian cinema, and Italian language & literature. Culinary arts courses are also available. For information on FUA course offerings and Florence, see www.fua.it FARMINGDALE COURSES TO BE OFFERED IN FLORENCE SUMMER 2013: June 2 – 22 Session •HOR 275 – Italian Gardens: Art & Nature Combined (3 credits) – Dr. Richard Iversen June 23 – July 13 Session •SOC 225 – Sociology of the Family (3 credits) - Dr. Angela Danzi •VIS 105 – Introduction to Photography (3 credits) – Professor Bill Steedle Program cost payable to Farmingdale State College: $3,906. (There is a $700 supplemental charge for HOR275 for activities and visits.) This charge covers: 6 credits tuition, housing for 3 weeks in furnished apartments in central Florence, a partial meal plan at the FUA Culinary Institute Restaurant, international health insurance, cell phone, museum pass, student services fee, and orientation. (Note: a $350 refundable housing deposit is required) Extra expenses not included in the payment due to FSC are round-trip airfare, books, additional food.

Florence, Italy Country: Italy Location: Florence, Italy Campus: Suffolk County Community College Term(s): Summer 2013 (6/1-6/29) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Study culinary arts in the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. This five-week program is offered to students in the SCCC Culinary Arts curriculum, included in the program are culinary and baking classes, as well as an internship at a prestigious restaurant in Florence. A trip to Rome with an overnight stay and tours are part of the experience. The itinerary will include sites, such as the Pantheon, Coliseum, Piazza Navona, St. Peter’s Basilica and the Spanish Steps. Eligibility Requirements: All students in good standing are eligible Credits: 7 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1, 2013 Purchase College in Pisciotta Country: Italy Location: Pisciotta Campus: SUNY Purchase Term(s): Summer (June 27 - Aug 1) Language of Instruction: English; Italian Program Description: This five-week program features the opportunity for intensive study of Italian language, culture, and civilization in a picturesque coastal town on the Mediterranean Sea. Three levels of language instruction, from basic to advanced, as well as courses in photography and drama studies, are taught by Purchase faculty. Classroom work is supplemented by excursions to historical sites such as Pompeii and Naples, as well as trips to Rome (3 days) and Florence (2 days). 120

Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 8 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher) Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

American University of Rome Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Italian Program Description: This program has two sessions, in June and July, and has an emphasis on humanities and language. Limited selection of courses. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Decorative Arts, Architecture, and Interior Design – ID 226 Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This cultural class focuses on the development of the major styles of design and decoration from the Etruscan Period through the Baroque. This course will be composed of lectures, seminars, field studies, and tours. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

Humanities I in Rome Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This four-week program offers a course that ranges from the Ancient World to the Renaissance. It is a search for moral, social, and political alternatives and meaning, embodied in the institutions, culture, and literature of Western Civilization from its beginnings to 1600. The course is factual as well as conceptual. It includes a narrative history of the period and fulfills the first half of the humanities sequence required at Geneseo. Offered each year. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; preference given to SUNY Geneseo students Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

Winter in Rome Country: Italy Location: Rome and Florence Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Winter Session Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Program Type: Group experience led by SBU faculty Dates: January 1 - 18 (accepted applicants will purchase flights leaving New York on January 1 and arriving in Rome on January 2) Program Description SBU offers students the opportunity to study abroad in bella Italia. The program offers a 3-credit Italian Literature and Culture course and a 1-credit Directed Readings course in Italian Studies that may be applied toward SBU’s graduation requirements. Program Highlights -Rome and Florence offer moderate weather, traditional culture, and examples of cutting edge globalization -Experience the host country as a group led by distinguished SBU faculty -See places of artistic, cultural, and historic interest Courses Offered Participants must a take a total of 4 credits. Students will select ONE of the following: HUI 216 Italian Civilization Through the Ages (DEC I) - 3 credits HUI 331 Italian Literature (DEC G) - 3 credits OR HUI 333 The Italian-American Experience in Literature (DEC K) - 3 credits All students will register for the following: HUI 447 Directed Readings in Italian Studies - 1 credit

Summer in Rome Country: Italy Location: Rome Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: SBU offers students the opportunity to study for four weeks in bellissima Roma, la città eternal! Wake up to the view of ancient architecture including: The Colosseum, St. Peter’s Cathedral, and Piazza Venezia. This study abroad program, established over 30 years ago, enables participants to gain firsthand knowledge of contemporary Italy. The curriculum offers students an understanding of Italian history, politics, and culture, as well as the possibility of fulfilling Diversified Education Curriculum (DEC) and upper-division requirements. In conjunction with classes, visits will be made to the city’s artistic and historical landmarks. Planned group excursions include Venice, Assisi, Florence, Naples, Capri, Pompeii, the Amalfi Coast and Tivoli. 121

Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher) Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1

over the world in Italian language, art, and culture allowing students to study and carry out research through an exchange between cultures. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Medieval and Renaissance Italian City States Country: Italy Location: Siena Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: After a brief examination of the Etruscan and Roman origins of Italian cities, the course focuses on the rebirth of Italian cities in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries and their history until the middle of the 16th century when for all practical purposes the era of independent city-states had ended. Students examine the political, social, economic, religious, and cultural history of Italian city-states, particularly those in Tuscany with a special emphasis on Siena. Eligibility Requirements: There are no academic prerequisites for this course, but all those applying should be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

Italian Language Studies Country: Italy Location: Urbino Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Italian Program Description: This five-week intensive program emphasizes language proficiency, culture and civilization, and contemporary Italian literature. Topics include Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Conversational Italian, Intensive Practice in Italian, and Italian Culture through Films. Students also enjoy field trips to important Italian historic and cultural areas. These field trips are an integral part of the instructional process as they offer hands-on learning that effectively augments classroom work. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates with a GPA of 2.5 or higher Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1; applications received after deadline may be considered

Sorrento/Rome/Florence, Italy Country: Italy Location: Sorrento Campus: Suffolk County Community College Term(s): Summer 2013 (7/8-7/29) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Sorrento is a beautiful, small resort city near Naples, Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii. Live like Sorrentinos in this enchanted place. Study Italian language and culture, International Business and Intercultural Communications. Day excursions from Sorrento may include Pompeii, Caserta and the Amalfi coast. Students will travel, via motor coach, to Florence and Venice, spending two nights in each. The program concludes with four nights in Rome. Eligibility Requirements: All student in good standing are eligible Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1, 2013

Fabric Styling in Italy (Florence, Milan, Como, Prato, Siena, San Gimignano) - FS 411 Country: Italy Location: Various Locations Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students visit mills, design studios, and markets to learn design research methods during a threeweek stay in Italy. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1 Scuola Lorenzo de Medici/Venice Institute Country: Italy Location: Venice Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Italian Program Description: Beginning through advanced Italian. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 (Session I); March 15 (Sessions II and III

Scuola Lorenzo de' Medici Country: Italy Location: Tuscania Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Italian Program Description: Scuola Lorenzo de Medici has expanded and added a second location in Tuscania, Italy. Tuscania is a small, authentic Italian town about an hour to the north of Rome. The whole town becomes the campus for students taking classes in Tuscania. The Lorenzo de' Medici School in Tuscania offers courses to students from all 122

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Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Winter in Jamaica Country: Jamaica Location: Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Stony Brook University faculty led program with a focus on field research and courses in Marine Science. Housed at the Discovery Bay Marine Laboratory, students explore the ecology of coral reef ecosystems. The laboratory is situated on the west side of the bay, three hundred meters from the reef crest. Students develop and execute individual projects examining organism ecology of coral reefs. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA or higher) Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1

Japanese Language and Culture Country: Japan Location: Kariya Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Japanese; English Program Description: Spend three weeks immersed in the culture and language of Japan at Aichi University. Located along the Tokyo-Osaka corridor, Aichi University is close to Kyoto and Nara, two of Japan's most popular tourist and resort areas. This program, which is meant for students without Japanese fluency, offers intensive language instruction, and daily activities designed to enhance the classroom experience. Housing in in residence halls and with host families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above with 2.75 GPA; Some Japanese language helpful but not required Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1- late applications may be considered

Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts Summer Dance Workshop Country: Jamaica Location: Kingston Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The School of Dance is one of the four schools which along with Art, Music and Drama comprise the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, a co-educational, tertiary level institution. The School trains performers, teachers, artists and community leaders. Its main objective is to provide professional training in a variety of techniques against the background of Jamaica and Caribbean Traditional Forms which is the main technique taught. Students will take Technique, Dance and Culture, and Repertoire. Eligibility Requirements: 2.75 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Summer in Mishima, Japan Country: Japan Location: Mishima Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Stony Brook University offers a study abroad experience in Mishima, Japan. Students have the opportunity to live with host families and attend classes under the shadow of Mr. Fuji. This program includes a weekend excursion to Tokyo, as well as visits to local museums and cultural sites. Japanese language and culture courses are offered. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing; 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

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Japanese Conversation I in Tokyo-JA122 Country: Japan Location: Tokyo Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Japanese Program Description: Students learn to converse in Japanese by emphasizing interaction in real-life situations. Functional and practical verbal communications are addressed, with a focus on Japanese culture. Eligibility Requirements: Prerequisite: One Semester of College-level Japanese or Equivalent, Permission of Instructor Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

Akita International University Country: Japan Location: Akita Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Japanese Program Description: Akita is located 400 miles to the north of Toyko on Honshu Island. Students will participate in AIU’s Intensive Japanese Language program designed to improve language skills in a small classroom setting over a period of 6 weeks. Participants will also take part in various campus and off-campus cultural activities.

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Konkuk University Summer School Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Konkuk University, conveniently located in Seoul, is one of the leading private universities in Korea and generally regarded as one of the top 10 universities in Korea out of over 370 universities and colleges. The university has over 1,000 full-time faculty members and over 1,100 part-time instructors, offering 120 undergraduate, 69 graduate, and 55 doctoral degrees. The university has an enrollment of about 25,000 students including around 3,000 graduate students. The university is renowned for its research, having over 30 research centers and institutes. Some of the best known academic disciplines include Real Estate, Economics, Business and Public Administration, Political Science, Humanities, Veterinary Medicine, Aeronautical Engineering, Bio-molecular Science, Industrial Design, Animal Bioscience and Technology. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum GPA 2.75 Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Stony Brook in Korea Country: Korea Location: Ajou University, University of Seoul, Konkuk University Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This dynamic six credit summer program offers a unique combination of study tours and class lectures in two main areas: Korean History and Korean Language and Culture. Students will explore Korea's past and today while learning its history and culture through visiting, documenting and analyzing important issues Korea had and has been facing on site. Enroll in one of the Univeristy's according to your academic needs. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman and above. 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1 Hallym International School Summer Program Country: Korea Location: Chuncheon Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: This 4-week summer program (from late June to late July) features practical and experiential exploration of Korean language, history, culture, and customs. Topics such as Korean food, Korean arts and music, intercultural communication, Korean history, and Korean pop culture are included and conducted in English. Field trips are also included. On campus housing available. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; late applications considered

Ewha Womans University Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: Ewha Womans University is the highest ranked private university in Korea. This six week international co-ed summer program is open to students with little or no Korean language ability. Instruction in specific courses in English with intensive Korean language study is possible. Fields of study include economics, fine, visual and performing arts, history, international business, Korean language, law, political science, religion, sociology, and women's studies. Eligibility Requirements: Freshmen and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 7-10 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Chunma International Summer School at Yeungnam University Country: Korea Location: Gyeongsan Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: On this 4-week summer program (from late June to late July), students may earn up to 6 credits studying Korean language and culture, as well as the economy, politics, and history of East Asia. Field trips, homestays, and buddy programs are offered on weekends. Students are housed in on-campus dormitories. Eligibility Requirements: Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors Credits: 3-6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15; late applications considered

Yonsei University Exchange Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Korean Program Description: Students choose courses in anthropology, art history, business, economics, history, Korean language, law, philosophy at communications, culture, literature, political science, religion, sociology, and visual arts. Participants live in the international dorm on campus or make their own arrangements. No prior language training required.

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Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1; late applications considered

Korea University International Summer Campus Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: This six-week program includes over 100 challenging courses taught by distinguished faculty from prestigious universities around the world. Participants take three courses for a total of 9 credits. The courses cover a wide range of subjects pertaining to international issues, with a particular emphasis on the East Asian region, including history, culture, society, politics, economics, law, business management, science and art/design. These courses are all taught in English. Korean language classes are also available. Eligibility Requirements: SUNY undergraduates; 3.0 GPA Credits: 9 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Dongguk University Summer School Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Dongguk International Summer School(DISS) offers a unique opportunity for students to share knowledge with world-class scholars, and learn about Korea throughout its historical and cultural excursions. This program has become a bridge between East and West by covering a wide range of academic subjects, such as “Global Economy and Business”, “Eastern and Western Cultures” and “Science and Engineering”. Academic credits or certificate will be properly given to the students. If students are looking for gaining extra credits or broadening their knowledge, we believe that they will get an outstanding experience at Dongguk International Summer School in the heart of Seoul. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum GPA 2.75 Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

University of Seoul Summer School Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Korean Program Description: Offer courses ranging from Korean Language to International Studies as well as Korea's famous attractions. In addition, the University of Seoul will organize a special field trip to southern cities in Korea, to Osaka and Kyoto in Japan, or to Beijing in China so that students can broaden their understanding of Asia. * Free on campus housing * Select free excursions in Seoul * $500 Reimbursement toward airfare * 50% funding of 4 day field trip to southern cities in Korea, Japan, or China Eligibility Requirements: Student must be in good academic standing; 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Korean Cultural Studies Country: Korea Location: Seoul Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program, at Sogang University in Seoul, lasts six weeks from mid-June until the end of July. It includes one three-day field trip, as well as many other extracurricular activities. Courses in Traditional Korea, Modern Korea, the Korean Economy, and intensive language classes at beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels are offered. Special lectures on North Korea are also available. All instruction (except for language classes) is in English. Sogang is one of Korea’s most prestigious universities, with an enviable reputation as a dynamic center of academic excellence. The summer school attracts not only students from around the world but also Korean students. Its campus is both compact and student-friendly, and is situated in a very safe area of Seoul, close to other great Korean universities. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with no disciplinary record or pending disciplinary hearings. Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

MADAGASCAR Summer in Madagascar Country: Madagascar Location: Ranomafana National Park Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: A two-day intensive orientation on the Stony Brook campus, then travel to Madagascar's Ranomafana National Park. Courses taught by Stony Brook University and host country faculty. Field courses include: Biodiversity Science Field Methods, Madagascar Ecosystems, and Primate Behavior and Ecology. In addition, independent research in the tropical rainforest is supervised by international faculty conducting research on site. 125

Spanish Language and Cultural Immersion Program Winter Intersession Country: Mexico Location: Cuernavaca Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Intersession Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Brockport's winter program in Mexico allows students to spend time in Cuernavaca, "the city of eternal spring", where winter temperatures range from 75 to 85 degrees. Students will earn three foreign language credits towards their undergraduate degree. Classes range from pronunciation, to advanced grammar, to a conversation workshop. There is also a list of pre-approved classes in English for Brockport students. Students stay with host families and services include an in-country resident director, extracurricular activities, and excursions. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: October 15

Students tailor their research to their specific academic program (primatology, anthropology, ichthyology, ornithology, biology, limnology, etc.). Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing; 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

MEXICO Research and Service Learning Country: Mexico Location: Coba Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Winter, Summer Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: This three-credit hour course allows students to engage in research and participate in a servicelearning experience in a small Mayan village in southern Mexico. Student research has included women's studies (cultivation of kitchen gardens, studies of sewing cooperatives, studies on female reproduction and childcare), studies focused on men (traditional agriculture, wage labor, specialized craft production) and studies focused on tradition and modernization of peasant society. Students will conduct individualized research. Students also experience the magnificent archaeological ruins in the area. They live in the village of Coba, and visit the ruins of Ek Balam, Chichen Itza and Tulum. The group will be housed together with a Maya family. The housing is traditional with limited running water and primitive bathroom facilities. The mother of the family will provide three meals per day. All students will sleep in hammocks. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good standing and have proficiency in Spanish at the intermediate level. Acceptance into the program is at the discretion of the instructor. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: Not Currently Running

Spanish Language Institute Country: Mexico Location: Cuernavaca Campus: SUNY Cortland Term(s): Winter Session Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This Winter Session program is designed to permit students at all levels of Spanish proficiency (beginning to advanced) to earn 3 credits of Spanish while living with a Mexican family. The program is offered at the Spanish Language Institute in Cuernavaca. Students attend classes from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Small group grammar classes have a maximum of 5 students. The remainder of the classes focus on improving students' conversational skills. Specialized grammar workshops are available at no additional cost. Mandatory excursions to Teotihuacan, Mexico City, and the Brady Museum are included in the program fee as are round trip transfers to and from Mexico City Airport. Optional excursions to regional sites of historic and cultural interest, including Acapulco, are available at an additional cost. Students must participate in the group flight. A faculty director accompanies the group. All classes are taught in Spanish. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates in good academic standing. Students taking second semester Spanish and above must have completed a Spanish class within the academic year prior to applying. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1

Spanish Language and Cultural Immersion Program Country: Mexico Location: Cuernavaca Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Students can choose to do a five or ten week course in Spanish language at all levels of ability. The program is intensive and highly individualized; designed for students who are not yet fluent in Spanish. Classes are small, approximately 4-5 students per instructor. All instructors are native speakers. Students live with families. Internships also available. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6-12 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 15

Summer in Mexico at ITESM Country: Mexico Location: Cuernavaca, Monterrey, and Guaymas Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English and Spanish Program Description: The SUNY-Oswego summer 126

program in Mexico is actually several separate programs. The six-week, six-credit summer program in Cuernavaca offers Spanish language from the beginning to advanced levels. Students with intermediate to advanced Spanish proficiency can choose from an expanded curricular offering. The sixweek program at the Monterrey Campus allows students the opportunity to study in the areas of Intensive Spanish as a second language, Mexican culture, and Business in Mexico. The eight-week program is divided into four weeks at each the Monterrey and Guaymas campuses. Students can also opt to take only one of the four week programs. At the Monterrey campus students will choose between Intensive Spanish as a second language, Communicative Skills Development, Spanish for Business, Latin American Culture, and Business in Mexico. At the Guaymas Campus on the Pacific coast, students choose between Intensive Spanish as a second language, Spanish for Business, and Latin American Culture. Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Students applying for the eight week program must have at least an intermediate level Spanish proficiency. Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Universidad de las Americas - Puebla Country: Mexico Location: Puebla Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Four-week intensive program in Spanish language and Mexican civilization. Direct enrollment possible with permission. Trips to archeological and cultural sites. Students housed in university residences or homestays. No previous language training required for introductory courses. Eligibility Requirements: minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA; Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing (exceptional Freshmen will be considered) Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 UPAEP Country: Mexico Location: Puebla City Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: UPAEP is located in Puebla City, Mexico about 75 miles south of Mexico City. Puebla is the fourth largest city in Mexico and is considered one of the most important and beautiful colonial cities in the country. The university was founded in 1973 and offers 41 undergraduate programs. Students studying at UPAEP through SUNY Fredonia will have the opportunity to be immersed in the Spanish language for four weeks. Language professors at UPAEP help students to appropriately understand and learn the language using a methodology that promotes the constant practice of the language, enhancing the linguistic and cultural immersion to the maximum. During the summer, the core courses of Language, Writing and Conversation are complimented by courses in Latin Dance, Mexican Cuisine, Popular Songs, and Filming Experience. Housing is in host families. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Credits: 3-6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Language and Culture in Oaxaca, Mexico Country: Mexico Location: Oaxaca Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: SUNY Fredonia and Ollin Tlahtoalli Centro de Lenguas y Cultura Mexicana have created a full time study abroad summer program for students interested in an intense cultural experience. This program offers so much more than typical summer study programs. The name of the language center is composed of two Nahuatl words "Ollin" and "Tlahtoalli" which mean movement and language respectively; it is a way to honor the ongoing process of language change...Nahuatl is an indigenous language to central Mexico where it is spoken by more than 1.5 million people, some people still use Nahuatl in Oaxaca too. Their mission includes the preservation of endangered Mexican indigenous languages, and the teaching of Spanish within a Mexican cultural framework and the promotion of Mexican culture and traditions. For six weeks students will live with families in the city of Oaxaca, and attend personalized instruction in groups of two or three students. Our aim is to increase our students´ understanding and appreciation of Mexican values, traditions and behaviors which can sometimes be a mystery to outsiders. We do this through carefully selected readings and presentations along with class discussions. Students seeking a volunteer experience can work with the local indigenous population in their community programs. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate students, 2.5 GPA, 2 semesters intermediate Spanish Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1- late applications will be considered

Academia Hispano Americana Country: Mexico Location: San Miguel de Allende Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: The unique feature of this program is the accommodation of students with children. The Academia Hispano American offers small classes of instruction in Spanish, integrating language and Latin American Studies, with special emphasis on Mexico.

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The Intensive Spanish program includes 35 hours instruction weekly, 15 hours of language instruction, a pronunciation clinic, a writing workshop, 5 hours of discussion of current events and history of Mexico, and 15 more hours of devoted to grammar, Mexican culture and literature, folk singing and dancing and a cooking class. San Miguel De Allende was founded 450 years ago by Fray Juan de San Miguel and is preserved by the government of Mexico as a national monument. A rich cultural life brings the famed Conchero dancers to San Miguel to celebrate traditional occasions with music, elaborate fireworks and dancing. There are also bullfights, rodeos, dances, tennis, golf, horseback riding, and swimming in hot thermal springs. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above (exceptional freshman will be considered); minimum cumulative 2.75 GPA Credits: 3-6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

The itinerary: The program will start in the city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez in the state of Chiapas and will continue to the cities of: Palenque San Cristobal de las Casas Campeche Mérida Playa del Carmen Optional trip to Canún The program includes trips and excursions to places such as: Chichén-Itzá , one of the most important political, religious and commercial centers of the Mayan civilization and voted one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. The Sumidero Canyon , a spectacular natural park where you will have the opportunity to ride a boat and navigate through the canyon's impressive walls. Xcaret , an eco park that during the day offers you adventure and fun through its many activities and at night becomes the setting for experiencing Mexican culture, dances and music through a performance that will take you into a journey through time and history. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors Credits: 6 undergraduate (3 language, 3 Mexican History) Application Deadline: April 1

Mexican Solidarity Network Country: Mexico Location: Various - Study Tour Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer: terms vary Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: The Mexico Solidarity Network is a grassroots-based organization dedicated to profound social change that challenges existing power relationships and builds alternatives. The Mexico Solidarity Network struggles for democracy, economic justice and human rights on both sides of the US-Mexico border. The program utilizes the modular system. The modular system is a multi-disciplinary, student-centered pedagogy that emphasizes discussion, student presentations, group reflection and integration of theory with hands-on experience. Professors are activist/academics with years of firsthand experience in popular struggles in Mexico and the United States. Each program features dozens of workshops with base communities and activists from Mexican social movements. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors; 3.0 GPA Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Art, Architecture, Archaeology in the Yucatan Country: Mexico Location: Yucatan Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Spring Break Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: This one-credit hour course in March allows students to visit and study the magnificent ancient Maya archaeological sites located on the Yucatan Peninsula in southern Mexico. In addition, students will tour historic sites and be introduced to ancient and contemporary art in a variety of venues (on archaeological sites, in historic cities, towns and villages, and in museum settings). Students will keep a detailed journal detailing their experiences and will record Maya culture in digital photos and on video. Students will be trained to document and evaluate the Maya landscape and culture, past and present. The group will be housed together in a small hotel in Merida, a small hotel in Valladolid and in beautiful hotels in Coba and Tulum. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing. In addition, students with some proficiency in Spanish will find the trip more enjoyable. Acceptance into the program is at the discretion of the instructor. Credits: 1 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 1

Mayan Route Program (ITESM) Country: Mexico Location: Various Cities in Mexico Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer (4 weeks) Language of Instruction: Spanish and English Program Description: Taught entirely by Tecnológico de Monterrey faculty, this program will offer you the possibility to study Spanish language in combination with a Mexican Culture class (taught in English) for a total of 6 credits. For those students interested in learning more about ancient cultures, such as the Mayan, we have a great itinerant program that will take place in south region of Mexico. Take this opportunity to learn about a place full of traditions, folklore and historical sites. 128

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Program Description: Travel to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to explore how Dutch attitudes toward social policy differ from those of the United States, and how these differences explain success or failure of social policy outcomes. Students may choose one of two 3-credit hour Sociology courses. In SOCL 102, Introduction to Social Problems and Policy, we discuss contemporary social problems, including macro-problems (e.g., the economy, politics, inequality), and micro-problems (e.g., crime, health care). We will also explore the relationship between the two. SOCL 378, Senior Seminar in sociology- Study Abroad in Amsterdam, meets the seminar requirement for sociology majors at SUNY-Geneseo. Students are expected to produce a research paper and present their findings. The emphasis in both courses will be on comparing and contrasting the ways in which American and European countries deal with major social issues. As a leader in European social policy initiatives, the Netherlands offers a unique opportunity to explore the most progressive social policy approaches in Europe. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing and have completed at least one collegelevel introductory level Sociology course. Geneseo students are given preference, but non-Geneseo students are welcome to apply. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

Arabic Language and Culture at Al Akhawayn University Country: Morocco Location: Ifrane Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Arabic Program Description: Designed to immerse students in Moroccan culture, this four or eight-week program hosted by Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane offers Arabic language (beginning through advanced) and North African studies. Moroccan dialect is also offered. A Moroccan culture course includes weekend excursions to Fez, Casablanca, Rabat, Marrakesh, and other historical locations. Students live on campus with Moroccan students. Eligibility Requirements: Freshmen and above Credits: 6-8 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

NETHERLANDS Human Sexual Behavior Country: Netherlands Location: Amsterdam Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program examines questions regarding the normative aspects of human sexual behavior, and the influence of cultural norms and standards on behavioral variations. The program offers one three-credit course -- Human Sexual Behavior (PSYC 236). The course is an overview and critical analysis of theory and research on human sexual behavior. Psychological and behavioral aspects of human sexuality are considered, along with the role of biological influences, social contexts, and culture on human sexual behavior. Exploring this material in Amsterdam, one of Europe’s most dynamic and youthful cities, will allow students to apply a cross-cultural perspective. Eligibility Requirements: Students must have taken PSYC 100 or the equivalent. They must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. Geneseo students are given preference, but non-Geneseo students are welcome to apply. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

A Documentation of Culture in the NetherlandsAmsterdam Study Tour Country: Netherlands Location: Amsterdam Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: A faculty-led tour of the Netherlands, with an emphasis on the documentation of culture through photography, writing, group discussions, and experiential observations. The tour will integrate a Sociology course and a Digital Photography course, collaboratively taking each course to a higher level of understanding and conceptualization, as we explore Amsterdam and surrounding areas. The study abroad tour will include 6 academic credits for two courses, Social Problems and Issues—Documenting Dutch Culture and Society and Digital Photography. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 31

Comparative Social Policy in Amsterdam Country: Netherlands Location: Amsterdam Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English

Doing Business in Europe Country: Netherlands Location: Arnhem Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English

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Program Description: This course is an introduction to Dutch and European Culture and Economy, followed by a business case. There are seminars in European Logistics, Business Law, and Consumer Behavior. The final week is reserved for a Business Management Game. Excursions to Rotterdam and Amsterdam are part of the program. Accommodation is in off campus housing arranged by the host university. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

It is hoped that your understanding of how these cultural differences translate into social psychological differences (as well as similarities) will help you to understand intergroup relations in general. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 3 undergraduate or 3 graduate Application Deadline: March 25 Service Learning in New Zealand Country: New Zealand Location: Various Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This 10-day program examines the ecological restoration and resource conservation of New Zealand's North Island through an active engagement in service learning projects. New Zealand is at the forefront of restoring degraded habitat by reintroducing native animals and original native flora after removing animal pests. Students will learn about restoration approaches and how they can lead to improvements in biodiversity conservation and carbon offsetting through classroom lectures and field trips. They will then use their knowledge to assist community groups with long-term restoration projects. The course will include an examination of Maori conservation values and culture and how these social aspects influence restoration outputs. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, Senior Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

NEW ZEALAND International Study of Culture and Leisure: New Zealand Country: New Zealand Location: Various Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Intersession Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program familiarizes students with the interrelationship between society and leisure in an international forum. Students will investigate leisure from anthropological, sociological, psychological, humanities and human development perspectives. They will identify the influence of social/political structures and geological factors and their impact on leisure experiences, and explore how culture creates and transforms individual experiences, everyday life, social relations, and power. This cultural study is devoted to understanding the processes through which societies and the diverse groups within them come to terms with history, community life, and the challenges of the future related to leisure. Students will be traveling throughout the North and South Islands of New Zealand to the most popular commercial recreation/tourism locations to experience first had the unique geography and culture of this area of the world. Eligibility Requirements: Must have: A cumulative GPA of 2.8 (on a 4.0 scale) Credits: 3 undergraduate, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: October 15

NICARAGUA Humanities II in El Sauce Country: Nicaragua Location: El Sauce Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Humanities II evokes many themes that manifest themselves in the history and culture of Nicaragua. European colonialism, the slave trade, and Marxism are just a few. In this course, students will have a chance to read great books in an environment that will foster new perspectives. Classes will meet in El Sauce, where students can expect a challenging and robust experience in a small town of the developing world. Spanish language is not required, but this course presents an excellent opportunity for Spanish speakers to improve their skills. Students will also participate in excursions to Managua and Le贸n. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with no disciplinary record or pending disciplinary hearings. Geneseo students are given preference, although non-Geneseo students are welcome to apply. Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

Understanding Intergroup Relations in New Zealand Country: New Zealand Location: Various Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This purpose of this trip is to learn more about how a different culture (New Zealand) conceptualizes prejudice and discrimination, and how they deal with creating positive intergroup relations. This will be accomplished by visiting with social service agencies, prejudice researchers, and attending activities related to understanding minority cultures in New Zealand. Although there are many similarities between the US and New Zealand culture, there are many important differences as well. 130

International Service-Learning Internship Country: Nicaragua Location: El Sauce Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Winter, Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This unique program provides students the opportunity to apply their spirit of volunteerism and their education in El Sauce, an economically disadvantaged community in Nicaragua. Program participants are guided and supervised as they live and work alongside residents of El Sauce. Service learning opportunities are available in the following areas: computer education, economic development, ecotourism, teaching English for adults or children, health services, marketing, small business development, youth education, and youth art and recreation. Students may spend two weeks in El Sauce during the January intersession. During the summer, students have the option of spending three, six or nine weeks in El Sauce. Students participating in the summer program are required to take a one-credit course about Nicaragua during the spring semester. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. Spanish proficiency at the intermediate level or higher is recommended but not required. Credits: 2-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: Winter, October 15; Summer, March 1

Peru, South America Country: Peru Location: Peru Campus: Suffolk County Community College Term(s): Summer 2013 (6/9-6/30) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Experience the wonders of the Andes in this in-depth program spanning Peru"s multilayered pre-Inca, Inca and Spanish colonial past. Travel through Peru"s uniquely different regions while enjoying indepth tours of important Inca sites like Cusco, Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu. Marvel at the flight of Andean condors at the rim of Colca Canyon and enjoy the hospitality of indigenous people on the island of Amantani, situated over 12,000 feet above sea level on Lake Titicaca. Visit the Spanish colonial cities of Lima and Arequipa as we follow the path of the Conquistadors through the crown jewel of their New World Empire. Eligibility Requirements: All students in good standing are eligible Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1, 2013

POLAND Experiencing the New Europe Country: Poland Location: Wroclaw Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Experiencing the New Europe is a month long interdisciplinary summer program that explores how large processes of geopolitical change-the aftermath of World War II, ethnic and national upheavals, the fall of Communism, democratization, European integration-play out in the local setting of a European city and its inhabitants. The interactive curriculum combines classroom study with travel in Central Europe. The home base of the program is the beautiful and lively city of Wroclaw, located in southwest Poland. Excursions in Krakow, Prague and Berlin and the Auschwitz-Berkenau concentration camps are among the many unforgettable learning experiences. The program consists of two interdisciplinary courses. The first course, "Explorations of Modernity" explores the culture and collective experience of people in Central Europe. The second course, "Urban Research Seminar" introduces students to methods of qualitative ethnographic research, which will then be used to study the changes in Wroclaw's urban life and multiethnic culture. Examining architectural remains and stories of the city's inhabitants, students spend most of their time outside of the classroom. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA, Sophomore, junior , or senior standing Credits: 6 undergraduate, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: March 15

PERU Summer Spanish Language and Culture Studies Country: Peru Location: Cuzco Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This program is designed to provide students seeking to fulfill Spanish language requirements at the beginning, intermediate or advanced levels the experience of studying the language, and Hispanic cultures and literatures in one of the most ethnically, historically and naturally rich regions of the world. Program participants receive one or two field trips (depending on the duration of the program) that complement the academic component of the program and enrich their experience of the culture of PerĂş, the Andean regions and the Hispanic world. These outings highlight different elements of the region, including its topography, pre-Columbian heritage, colonial past, religious tradition, arts and folklore. Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing with an acceptable disciplinary record. Credits: 4, 8, or 12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

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Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: This program provides an opportunity for students to earn credits at Onondaga Community College for supervised intensive study and travel in the commonwealth islands of Puerto Rico, Vieques and Culebra (Spanish Virgin Islands). Students will be immersed in the culture of these U.S. islands, allowing them to interact with native speakers and local artists, while studying their civilization in order to understand local culture and linguistic developments. The program is offered as a three week course during winter break (January)for a total of 4 credits. In addition to traditional classroom instruction, there will be field trips, workshops, and cultural activities. Travel expenses are the responsibility of the student. Students will travel to the islands of Puerto Rico, Vieques and Culebra to experience first hand the local culture and study the major global and local soci-economic, historical, political, environmental and intellectual developments that have contributed to shaping its civilization, as well as the contributions of the local peoples around the world. The course is taught in English. Students are recommended to take either SPA201 or 202 simultaneously with the 1 credit Culture and Civilization course. See pre-requisite below for the language courses. No pre-requisite for the Culture and Civilization course. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum age 18;minimum GPA 2.5 and faculty recommendation. Spanish 102 or EQ or POI to enroll in SPA 201 or 202. Credits: 1-4 undergraduate Application Deadline: November 4

University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras Country: Puerto Rico Location: Rio Piedras Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish; English Program Description: Students will enroll for six credits during the program, following the curriculum of INIM. A placement test will be administered during orientation to determine language level, beginning to advance. Courses meet six hours per day, five days per week, for four weeks. Students choose from Spanish language (beginners to advanced), Puerto Rican Linguistics and Literature (advanced Spanish students only); Spanish Composition (advanced Spanish students only); Spanish Conversation (beginners and intermediate students only); Society and Culture in Puerto Rico (offered in Spanish and English); and Hispanic Caribbean History and Literature. Eligibility Requirements: Minimum 2.5 GPA; sophomore standing Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1 Spanish Language and Culture in Puerto Rico Country: Puerto Rico Location: San Juan Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program, held at the University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras campus (UPRRP), is designed to increase participants' ability to communicate in all aspects of the Spanish language, as well as to enhance their understanding of Puerto Rican cultural patterns. In addition to traditional classroom instruction, weekly field trips, workshops and cultural activities are built into the program to enhance learning and to allow students to become better acquainted with some of the most important features of Puerto Rican culture and landscape. The program also includes the opportunity to participate in additional field trips and social and cultural activities. Previous programs have included trips to the Puerto Rican Art Museum, the Camuy Caverns, El Yunque Rain Forest, Ponce, Old San Juan, Luquillo Beach, meetings with local authors and artists, bomba and plena music workshops. Eligibility Requirements: Students in good academic standing Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1

RUSSIA Siberian State Aerospace University Country: Russia Location: Krasnoyarsk Campus: SUNY Oneonta Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Open to all SUNY students, all majors. Communication Studies and Business courses taught during the summer at SibSAU, 6 credit hours each, by SUNY Oneonta faculty. Summer six week program is contingent upon SUNY faculty teaching assignments each year. Krasnoyarsk is known as “the City of Fountains” and is a distinguished scientific and educational center. Located just east of the center of Russia, near the Yenisei River, it is the third largest city in Siberia. The city has a plethora of historical buildings, museums, and theatres. The towns are populated with quaint cafés, street vendors, souvenir and antique shops, and fine restaurants. Historical churches and cathedrals with intriguing architecture amidst the backdrop of gorgeous cliffs, forests, and national parks offer memorable scenes. Cultural events are prolific, celebrating the city’s history of jazz, museums, outdoor activities, art, dance, and music. The city has a railway system and airport, with routes to Moscow.

Culture and Civilization on Location: The Spanish Virgin Islands Country: Puerto Rico Location: Various Campus: Onondaga Community College Term(s): Winter 132

Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore Standing; Cumulative 2.5 GPA minimum Credits: 3-6 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

SOC 1133: Russian Culture and Society Country: Russia Location: Moscow and Perm, Russia Campus: Alfred State College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This study abroad course explores Russian culture and society through readings, discussions, presentations, and field trips to sites in Moscow and Perm. Students will have the opportunity to see the Red Square and the Kremlin in Moscow, ride the Trans-Siberian train for 23hrs from Moscow to Perm (seeing birch forests, medievallike villages, and small industrial cities), have home stays with Russian students, do a civic engagement activity at an orphanage, go to the Perm Ballet (or other performance), and participate in a conference at the Higher School of Economics (HSE) National Research University http://www.hse.ru/en/. The topic for the conference will be High/Low Context Communication as related to Russian and American culture. Eligibility Requirements: Students at any SUNY institution, or accredited higher education institution— preference given to applicants with a 3.0 GPA or better. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Summer in Moscow: History, Politics, and Culture Country: Russia Location: Moscow Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program offers two three-credit courses during a one-month period. The first course, Politics of Russia (PLSC 291 Russia Yesterday and Today), is taught by Prof. Robert Goeckel of SUNY Geneseo. It provides an overview of Russian history—pre-revolutionary as well as Soviet—and analyzes the collapse of communism under Gorbachev. Changes under Yeltsin and Putin as well as current dilemmas of the transition are also covered. A second course (INTD 250 Russian Civilization) is taught by a variety of professors from Moscow State University. It covers several aspects of Russian civilization such as Moscow’s development as a city, Moscow architecture, contemporary media and film, business culture in Russia, 19th and 20th century Russian art, and religion in Russia. Excursions may include the Kremlin, World War Two museum; Lenin's tomb in Red Square, KGB headquarters, political cemetery of the Young Maidens, the Duma (Parliament), Gorky Park, orthodox monasteries of Sergeev Possad and more together with concerts at the Moscow Conservatory. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Novgorod, Russia Summer Program Country: Russia Location: Novgorod Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Russian Program Description: This five-week Russian language immersion program offers instruction in intensive conversational Russian. Classes meet three hours daily and include no more than six students at the same level of competency. Students also participate in a class entitled "History and Culture of Russia." Internship placements are available. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6-12 undergraduate, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: April 1

Russia Internship Program Country: Russia Location: Moscow Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Russian; English Program Description: The Summer Internship Program is designed for students to study Russian language intensively as well as to gain a work experience and a deeper understanding of the contemporary Russian society by living and working in a Russian context. Internship placements are available in a variety of businesses or NGOs. Students without Russian language background are welcomed to participate. Eligibility Requirements: Students in all fields are welcome at all levels of study. No prior knowledge or Russian is required. Though applications of students with lower GPAs will be considered, we prefer students with a 3.0 or better Credits: 9-10 undergraduate credits; graduate credits can be arranged Application Deadline: April 1

Russian History and Culture Country: Russia Location: St. Petersburg Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students will travel to St. Petersburg, Russia for a three week learning experience accompanied by Fredonia faculty. St. Petersburg is Russia's second largest city and is often described as the most Western European styled city of Russia. When not in class, students will have an opportunity to visit the many interesting sights that St. Petersburg has to offer. The Hermitage Museum includes the former imperial residence and a vast collection of art. There are many amazing palaces, among them are Peterhof, with its majestic fountain cascades and parks, and the famous 133

baroque Catherine Palace. Students will have a chance to visit Moscow for a few days as well. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate and graduate students in good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate or 3 graduate Application Deadline: December 1- late applications may be considered

*Option to participate in the New York—St. Petersburg Institute of Cognitive and Cultural Studies Courses Offered 9 credits from the following : RUS 311 Russian Conversation and Composition I – 3 credits RUS 312 Russian Conversation and Composition II – 3 credits RUS 411 Advanced Russian I – 3 credits RUS 412 Advanced Russian II – 3 credits RUS 439 Structure of Russian – 3 credits RUS 447 Directed Readings in Russia – 3 credits RUS 500 Reading Russian – 3 credits SLV 578 Directed Independent Studies – 1-6 credits SLV 579 Directed Independent Studies – 1-6 credits Living Arrangements ACLI students are placed in home-stays with local families. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum of 2 years of Russian language, good academic standing; 2.0 GPA or higher Credits: 9 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis from February 1 – March 15

Study Abroad in St. Petersburg, Russia Country: Russia Location: St. Petersburg Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Stony Brook Department of Linguistics, in collaboration with the Office of International Academic Programs, Stony Brook University, and St. Petersburg State University, announces a unique summer Study Abroad program based in beautiful St. Petersburg, Russia. Students take seminars (in English) at the New YorkSt. Petersburg Institute of Cognitive and Cultural Studies while being immersed in one of the world's greatest cultural centers. The Stony Brook Study Abroad summer program is unique in providing students with a truly international experience -- students take Russian language classes (beginner to advanced available) and also receive from 3-6 credits for seminars taken (in English) with scholars in Linguistics, Psychology and Cultural Studies at the New York-St. Petersburg summer Institute. Courses offered in Linguistics, Comparative Literature, and Russian language and culture. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing; 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

International Social Work Practice in Russia Country: Russia Location: Velikiy Novgorod, St. Petersburg Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Social work models practiced in the United States are embedded in U.S. culture and social constructions. Many international societies do not share these social constructions. For today's social worker, practicing abroad or in the U.S. with an immigrant or refugee population, an international lens is needed to be an effective practitioner. The influence of cultural understandings and the impact of those forces on individuals, families, organizations, the community and the wider social context are integrated throughout the course. This course is designed to introduce students to international social work practice abroad. Students develop knowledge and skills in culturally competent approaches to effectively enhance assets and empower individuals, families, groups, agencies and communities within an international context, specifically those involved with gerontological issues and to health and social services. This course provides a beginning knowledge base for international social work practice from a collaborative perspective with emphasis on reciprocity with the host culture, to identify the needs impacting older adults and their families related to informal and formal caregiving, service delivery models and interprofessional approaches in identifying and managing functional health challenges. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, Senior Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Advanced Critical Language Institute Country: Russia Location: St. Petersburg Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Russian Program Description: *Students pledge to communicate in “Russian language only” throughout the duration of the program *For more information, visit http://advancedrussian.org Dates: June 23 - August 7 Program Description Participants study at Russia’s oldest university for 6 weeks, taking courses in Russian language and culture Program Highlights *Six week intensive language study program in the magical atmosphere of St. Petersburg in the summer *Language instruction led by qualified St. Petersburg Russian language faculty *Cultural program created to best experience the classical and modern wonders of St. Petersburg’s cultural heritage including the Hermitage Museum, the canals and courtyards, and the White Nights 134

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practice, development, and use of the basic spoken and written structures of contemporary Spanish. Emphasis is placed on immediate active use of the language. Field trips will fulfill the lab component of this course. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. SP111 or two years of high school Spanish or one semester of college Spanish or equivalent.SP111 or two years of high school Spanish or one semester of college Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 16

Asian Business and The Global Economy Country: Singapore Location: Singapore Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Participants will earn 6 credit hours by completing one required course and one elective course during this six week program. The required course, Asian Business and the Global Economy, focuses on key markets in the Asian economy, their political and economic systems, their comparative strengths and weaknesses, and their role in the global economy. The elective choices include Basic Chinese Business Communication, Human Resource Management, and Consumer Behavior. This program brings together students from the US, Japan and Singapore, enhancing the cross-cultural experience. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates with 3.0 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

University of Barcelona Country: Spain Location: Barcelona Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Participants study Spanish culture and language at the University of Barcelona for a total of five weeks. Field trips and visits also comprise the coursework. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: 1-Apr

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Summer Business and International Relations Program Country: Spain Location: Bilbao Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish; English Program Description: This program is designed for those of you who want to learn Spanish business language skills while learn about international business or international relations. Company and cultural visits supplement course content. Students will earn six undergraduate credits by completing two courses. Examples are Spanish for Business and International Relations, Spanish Culture, and International Business. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students currently enrolled in a US college or university; minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Political History and Contemporary Culture Country: South Africa Location: Cape Town Campus: University at Buffalo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This program provides participants with a comprehensive introduction to the history and culture of South Africa as well as introducing some of the challenges facing the sub-continent. The program lasts a total of four weeks and will consist of two intensive 300-level, 3 credit hour courses. Previous field trips have included: Outside Cape Town; Week-end in Cederberg Mountains; 4-day road trip: Oudtshoorn/Cango Caves/Coastal Garden Route/Outeniqua Railroad; and numerous excursions in and around Cape Town. Please note this program does not run every summer. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates with 3.0 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

University of Deusto Summer Spanish Language and Culture Program Country: Spain Location: Bilbao Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This program is a wonderful opportunity if you would like to learn Spanish and visit some of Spain’s major cities. Excursions play an important part of the summer program. The city of Bilbao is major city in northeast Spain - right on the coast with beaches, but offers a more authentic experience than some of Spain’s more known tourist cities. The program is worth seven credits. Students typically take a four-credit Spanish language course and a

SPAIN Spanish Conversation in Varying Locations - SP 122 Country: Spain Location: Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Provides an opportunity for total immersion in Spanish and for developing an awareness of the people, customs, and cultures of Mexico. Continuation of the 135

three credit content course. You may choose between living in Deusto’s residence halls or living with a host family. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students currently enrolled in a US college or university; minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 7 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

experience. Students live in a centrally located Spanish residence hall, the Colegio Mayor Mara. An organized long weekend excursion to one of Spain's other regions is optional. The program culminates with a weekend in Paris. The six week program begins with two weeks in the lovely Andalusian city of Malaga on the Costa del Sol in the south of Spain. Participants then join the program in Madrid. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA, undergraduate and graduate student applications welcome Credits: 6-9 undergraduate, 6-8 graduate Application Deadline: Rolling admissions from December 1-April 1.

Purchase College - Universidad Nebrija in Madrid Country: Spain Location: Madrid Campus: SUNY Purchase Term(s): Summer (July 1 to July 28) Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: Nebrija is a small university (around 2800 students) and it is noted for giving students individual attention. The University has a Centre exclusively dedicated to the teaching of Spanish Language and Culture. Nebrija University Hispanic Studies Programs include complementary activities such as movies, guided walks through old Madrid, visits to the Prado Museum, Archaeological Museum, Royal Palace, Senate, Congress, etc. Students participating in the summer program can opt to spend a long weekend enjoying the sights and cultural attractions of Barcelona for an additional fee. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing Credits: 8 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Spanish Language Studies Country: Spain Location: Oviedo Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: This summer program takes place at the University of Oviedo in northern Spain. For more than 20 years the University of Oviedo has held courses in Spanish Language and Culture for foreign students. Oviedo is the capital of Asturias and is the administrative, commercial and cultural center of the region. Part of "Green Spain," Asturias offers beautiful mountains, picturesque villages and miles of seacoast. Students take a placement exam on arrival and are placed in one of 3 levels of Spanish language instruction. Students at each level receive approximately 5-6 hours of language instruction per day, Monday through Friday. Grammar and vocabulary are the focus of the morning session. Oral and written expression/comprehension are stressed in the afternoon. Students at the Intermediate or Advanced level will also have 20 hours of society and culture studies, choosing one modular course from several complementary electives available. (Students at the Elementary level receive additional Spanish language studies instead.) Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate students with a 2.5 GPA or higher Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

University of Madrid Complutense Country: Spain Location: Madrid Campus: Broome Community College Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: Courses in language and area studies taught at the University of Madrid Complutense are designed to develop strong communication skills. Emphasis is on language training, one course in Spanish language and one in culture and civilization. This program does not provide for direct enrollment in host university courses. Usually for the month of July. Eligibility Requirements: 1 year college-level Spanish or 2 years high school Spanish required Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: 1-Feb

University of Salamanca Country: Spain Location: Salamanca Campus: SUNY College at Buffalo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: Spanish Program Description: Designed primarily for intermediate and advanced-level students and for teachers of Spanish. The aims of the program are the strengthening of participants' language abilities, enriching their humanistic education through the study of Spanish art and culture, providing training in applied linguistics for both present and future teachers of Spanish. This program does not provide direct enrollment in host university courses.

Spanish Language and Culture in Madrid Country: Spain Location: Madrid or Malaga and Madrid Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Summer, 4 or 6 weeks Language of Instruction: Spanish; English Program Description: Madrid, the lively and sophisticated capital of Spain, hosts Binghamton's summer study abroad program during the month of July. The broad purposes of this program are to provide intensive language instruction at all levels form beginning through advanced and immersion in Spanish culture. There are advanced courses in literature and history. All the cultural resources of Madrid contribute to the 136

Eligibility Requirements: 2.67 GPA; 1 year college-level Spanish Credits: 6 undergraduate; 6 graduate Application Deadline: April 1 with rolling admissions; space-available basis after deadline

poetry, and the mystical philosophy of the Sufis of alAndalus all found their way across the Pyrenees, influencing the music of the troubadours, the courtly love tradition, and Christian religious orders in the Europe that lay beyond. And with the gradual conquest of Islamic Spain by the Christian states of the north, Muslims steeped in this rich culture migrated across the Mediterranean, establishing enclaves that have transformed society in several places in North Africa. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher Credits: 3 undergraduate or 3 graduate Application Deadline: March 1

Spain: The Magic, the Passion, the Experience Country: Spain Location: Santiago de Compostela Campus: Suffolk County Community College Term(s): Summer 2013 (7/3-7/29) Language of Instruction: English and Spanish Program Description: Discover lush emerald green valleys, picturesque vineyards, secluded fishing villages, dramatic river estuaries, as well as amazing beaches, medieval towns, Roman walls, museums, monasteries and churches full of modern and ancient art. Enjoy the Spanish way of life, vibrant summer street fairs and medieval markets, festivals, concerts, street theater, fireworks and much more. Eligibility Requirements: All students in good standing are eligible. Successful completion of Basic Spanish required for Intermediate Spanish. Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1, 2013

Summer in Alcalá Country: Spain Location: University of Alcalá Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Stony Brook University offers students the opportunity to visit Alcalá, the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes. This four week, total immersion program is hosted by one of the oldest and most prestigious Universities in Europe, the University of Alcalá (UAH), founded in 1499 by Cardinal Cisneros. The university offers a college town atmosphere conveniently located near Madrid. Eligibility Requirements: Student must be in good academic standing; 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 6-7 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

University of Santiago de Compostela Country: Spain Location: Santiago de Compostela Campus: SUNY Old Westbury Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, Spanish Program Description: Immerse yourself into the culture, art and language of Spain while earning four undergraduate credits at the historical University of Santiago de Compostela. This program will focus on the artistic expressions of artists from El Greco to contemporary Spanish painters. Field trips include visits to cultural and historic areas of the beautiful city of Santiago de Compostela. Students will stay on campus at the hosting university. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above; 2.5 GPA Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

AIP Language Institute, Valencia Country: Spain Location: Valencia Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Spanish Program Description: Valencia is a beautiful city of about one million inhabitants located on the Mediterranean coast which attracts many Spanish vacationers during the summer months, giving it a dynamic atmosphere that students love. In this six-week program (late June to early August), classes are designed for students at all levels of Spanish, and are held at the AIP Language Institute. Undergraduates take a threecredit Spanish language course and a three-credit course on either Spanish culture, literature, or cinema for a total of six credits. Students can elect to take the Spanish culture course or the literature course in Spanish if they have at least intermediate Spanish skills. The Spanish cinema class is taught in English but the films are in Spanish with English subtitles. There are several on-site directors who provide extensive support for students, including arranging excursions and housing with host families. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates in good academic standing; no language requirement. Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15; late applications considered

Islamic Spain Country: Spain Location: Spain and Morocco Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: For nearly eight centuries—711 to 1492—Muslim kingdoms ruled large portions of the Iberian Peninsula, creating a rich cultural and historical legacy, which has profoundly shaped both Europe and the Islamic world. Islamic Spain (al-Andalus in Arabic) was an important point of cultural and scholarly contact by which the classical Greek heritage in science and philosophy first began to reach universities in Cluny, Paris and England. Even more, the musical forms, the Arabic courtly tradition of “chaste love” 137

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teaching, and women's group activities. Eligibility Requirements: Freshmen and above. Good academic standing. Credits: 0-6 undergraduate; graduate by arrangement Application Deadline: Rolling admissions

Survey of International Organizations Country: Switzerland Location: Fribourg Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This Survey of International Organizations (SIO) provides students with an overview of the goals, functioning and significance of key international organizations in today’s fast changing global environment. The course examines the achievements and failures of some of the world’s most important economic, political and humanitarian organizations from an interdisciplinary perspective. The goal of the course is to equip participants with a well-rounded set of analytical tools that help them assess both the future role of international organizations in the 21st century and their past and present effectiveness in addressing important societal challenges. The structure of the SIO revolves around regular coursework and relevant field visits. The interdisciplinary course is organized into modules in various areas of study, including economics, political science, international law, and sociology. Class meetings are held four days a week, with a fifth day of each week reserved for a field trip allowing students to see the day-to-day operations and meet with distinguished representatives of major international organizations, such as the United Nations, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the International Labor Organization, the World Trade Organization, the World Health Organization, and the International Committee of the Red Cross (all based in Geneva), and the E.U. Parliament in Strasbourg, France. The SIO offers students an intellectually stimulating, innovative and diverse program of study in a safe environment, with maximum exposure to the cultural and political life of contemporary Switzerland, Europe and the world of international diplomacy. Eligibility Requirements: Must be currently enrolled in a US college or university and have a minimum 3.0 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15

Tanzania Service Learning Program--Summer Country: Tanzania Location: Arusha and Maasailand Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Jointly run by University at Albany and Global Service Corps, this 9-week program provides service learning opportunities in the fields of HIV/AIDS prevention, food security and rural sustainable agriculture in Arusha and Maasailand, Tanzania. Semester options are available. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is suggested, All students must be in good academic standing. Credits: 9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1 Academic Safari in Northern Tanzania Country: Tanzania Location: Various Locations Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Visit various locations in northern Tanzania for a firsthand experience of the cultural and natural landscapes. Course content includes language (Kiswahili), Tanzanian history, and culture. Site visits include: Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge, Serengeti National Park, a Maasai village, and Mt. Kilimanjaro during a one-week safari. Independent study available for additional three credits. Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing; 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

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Global Service Corps Country: Thailand Location: Various Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Anytime during the year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Global Service Corps provides opportunities to people who want to share their time and experience to help make the world a better place. Volunteer participants live and work in developing countries and work on a wide range of projects. In Thailand these include: assisting with conversational English instruction, environmental projects, community health care, and HIV/AIDS awareness activities.

Global Service Corps Country: Tanzania Location: Arusha Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Anytime during the year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Global Service Corps provides opportunities to people who want to share their time and experience to help make the world a better place. Volunteer participants live and work in developing countries and work on a wide range of projects, which in Tanzania includes assisting with HIV/AIDS prevention education, clinical health care, sustainable agriculture training, classroom 138

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Eligibility Requirements: Freshman and above. Good academic standing. Credits: 0-6 undergraduate; graduate by arrangement Application Deadline: Rolling admission

American Intercontinental University-Dubai Country: United Arab Emirates Location: Dubai, UAE Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English; Arabic Program Description: American University in Dubai (AUD) in a US accredited university that welcomes study abroad students from all over the world. AUD has an international student body with a high percentage of students from the Arab world and a multinational faculty. Located roughly 20 minutes southwest from the city of Dubai, AUD is surrounded by many famous landmarks of the region such as Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City, Mall of the Emirates and the Dubai Marina. While modern in style, AUD combines both traditional Arabic architecture with the luxuries of the high tech world at your finger tips. This exquisite learning mecca is home to the largest English language book collection in the Gulf, various athletic fields and state of the art student housing. Course offerings include Arabic language, middle-eastern studies, political science, business, liberal arts, interior design, media production, visual communication, fashion design and marketing. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 3-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

TURKEY Bosphorus University Country: Turkey Location: Istanbul Campus: Binghamton University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This seven-week program at Bosphorus University offers a magnificent campus in one of the world's most beautiful and fascinating historical cities. Students live on campus in beautiful, modern dorms with Turkish and other International students. All courses are taught in English, and include anthropology, art history, history, international relations and political science, education, psychology, sociology, Middle East studies, business, economics, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, electrical, mechanical and computer engineering, Turkish language and literature and Western languages and literatures. Summer Term runs from late June to early August. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 8 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15 Globalization and International Business from a Turkish Perspective Country: Turkey Location: Istanbul Campus: SUNY Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Undergraduate and Graduate Business and Health Services Management students can choose Business Internship, Health Services Management Internship, or Business Coursework and Internship. Students will intern at a Turkish organization, and can take optional coursework in International Business. Learning how other nations view globalization, the strategies they use for its challenges and how they view their international counterparts represents a significant advantage. Field trips to historical and popular sites provide students a view of history, culture, and lives of Turkish people. Turkey is at the crossroads between Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Baltics. Istanbul, spanning both Europe and Asia, is a vibrant and modern city with rich historical imprints of the Roman, the Byzantine and the Ottoman empires. Students will stay on campus at Yeditepe University. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate and graduate business students including those in Health Services Management Credits: 1-6 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: Revolving

UNITED KINGDOM Cambridge University International Summer School Country: United Kingdom Location: Cambridge (England) Campus: Rockland Community College Term(s): Summer - 3 week sessions Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students have the unique experience at studying at one of the world's oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. Three week courses are available in 5 areas: Art, History, Shakespeare, Science and English Literature. Students select which school to attend, then with the help of your SUNY Rockland mentor, select special subject courses. The Cambridge faculty determines reading and discussion topics for each subject class, however students will work with their mentor to develop a course of reading and proposal of a research topic. Students work closely with their mentor to develop their research papers. In addition, students also have the experience of attending several plenary lectures and writing summary critiques. Students who are not at Rockland are eligible for this program and are encouraged to apply. Eligibility Requirements: Must have a 3.0 GPA and have taken English writing prior to departure. Must have 3 strong academic references. Must be 18 years old at time of departure. 139

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credits fulfilling DEC F, as well as a DEC D or a DEC G. Program Highlights -Excursions include Harry Potter World, The Globe Theater, and Buckingham Palace -Tours of London, Cambridge, and St. Albans -Close proximity to London (about 30-45 minutes via public transportation) Courses Offered Participants will register for 6 total credits comprised of the following courses: Global Perspectives in Business – DEC F European Cinema and Culture – DEC D or DEC G (students may elect one but not both DEC categories!) Eligibility Requirements: Good academic standing (2.0 GPA or higher) Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1, 2013

Summer Studies in Scotland - University of Dundee Country: United Kingdom Location: Dundee (Scotland) Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Take courses in Scottish Studies while enjoying all that Dundee has to offer. Being at the heart of Scotland's road and rail network puts spectacular scenery, skiing, championship golf, mountain climbing, and sailing within easy reach as well as the major cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. See our website for more information regarding courses and descriptions. Eligibility Requirements: All undergraduates with a minimum GPA of 2.5 are eligible to apply Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

University of Leeds-Summer Program Country: United Kingdom Location: Leeds (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The International Summer School at the University of Leeds takes advantage of the rich history, culture and natural beauty of Yorkshire, enabling you to take part in academic-related, experiential field trips to complement the academic modules available as well as going further afield in the city of London. The Summer School will last four weeks and is composed of two 2-week blocks, running back-to-back. Students can choose from the following four modules: A Social History of the English Country House, British Literature, Pop Music of the North, or The Olympic Games-Sport in the UK. Eligibility Requirements: Summer prior to Sophomore year and beyond, 3.0 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Queen's University International Study Center at Herstmonceux Castle Country: United Kingdom Location: East Sussex Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer 4 weeks Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Located 100 kilometers from London at the Hestmonseux Castle, the International Study Center (ISC) is renowned for its picturesque location and small classes providing an ideal location for both study and cultural immersion which many of the larger urban universities cannot. This program offers a varied curriculum in the Humanities and Social Sciences for academically motivated students. Typical courses for all ISC students include: art history, astronomy, business, classics, cultural Studies, computing, drama, economics, English, film, French, geography, German, history, international studies, math, music and much more. Field school options may also be available. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, 3.0 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15, late applications considered

Summer Studies at Kingston University, London Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The town of Kingston-uponThames, a short railway ride away from the center of London, is a mixture of old and new with a daily open-air fruit, vegetable, and fish market as well as major chain stores, supermarkets, a shopping mall, night clubs, and multi-screen cinemas. The main campus is situated near two railway stations, 17 minutes away from the center of London, and a 12 minute walk from a boat service to Hampton Court Palace. The nearness of London, together with the proximity of Richmond Park, Chessington Zoo and theme park, Kew Gardens, and Windsor make Kingston-upon-Thames an ideal place for study. The summer program at Kingston uses its London location to its best advantage. Courses offered focus on their subject matter as it applies to London and the United Kingdom. Courses include: London and Its Literature, Shakespeare: Reading and Performance, Poetry

Summer at the University of Hertfordshire in England Country: United Kingdom Location: Hertfordshire Campus: Stony Brook University Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Dates: July 4 - August 1 Program Description Experience International Summer School at the University of Hertfordshire, one of SBU’s most popular partner universities! Hertfordshire University is in close proximity to London via public transportation (about 30-45 minutes), provides college town atmosphere near a major international city. Participants will earn 6 upper division 140

Now: Reading and Writing Contemporary Poetry, Creative Writing and Theory, Border Crossings: Social Spaces in the Age of the Empire, Contemporary British Fiction, Outsiders in Film, Digital and Video Editing, British Culture and Society, Live Theatre, Scriptwriting, Acting for the Camera, British Art and Architecture, Museums and Galleries, Introduction to International Business, International Politics and Policy Issues in Criminal Justice. Subject Areas: Architecture, Art History, Comm. (Radio, TV, and Film), Creative Writing, Criminal Justice, English, English Literature, International Business, Liberal Arts, Literature and Theater Eligibility Requirements: Students with a minimum GPA of 2.75 or higher Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Summer Internship, Fashion Merchandising in London - FM 491 Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: A summer internship in a Londonbased merchandising company. Scheduled for a minimum of 120 hours from the end of May through June. Includes three 3-hour classes based at FIT prior to departure, as well as three seminars in London. Completion of daily journal, oral presentation, and written report are required. Applications must be submitted in the fall semester prior to acceptance into the program. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

London Art Seminar Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The program is a two week seminar in London in early January, covering the historic traditions and contemporary trends inherent in British Art. Through a series of visits to London's major museums, art galleries, alternative spaces and other cultural institutions, students will gain a deeper insight into the distinctive nature of British Art and Culture. Studio visits, interviews with artists and administrators, and field lectures are also planned to offer an inside perspective on what it means to practice art in London. Seminar participants will meet regularly in the program residence to discuss and critically evaluate the art scene. Excursions outside of the city and attendance of plays and other events with the London Theatre Seminar may be planned as well. Eligibility Requirements: A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for admission to this program. Credits: 3 undergraduate; 3 graduate Application Deadline: October 1

Literary London: Bloomsbury Modernism and Women Writing Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: SUNY Fredonia Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Literary London program features two separate courses for undergraduate and graduate students and a variety of content-related learning experiences in central London. Bloomsbury Modernism focuses on the historical significance of the intellectually innovative, notoriously bohemian, multidisciplinary avant-garde "Bloomsbury Group," a loose assembly of friends, artists, writers, economists and philosophers who helped define what would become known as "modernism." Women Writing London focuses on women writers of the 20th century, exploring British women's experiences centered in London History. Excursions of interest feature an angel tour at Highgate Cemetery, research on Roman London and militant suffragists at the Museum of London, and on Virginia Woolf at the Women's Library, the poet's corner at Westminster Abbey, as well as day trips to Vanessa Bell's country home, Charleston. Other excursions include trips to view the design history and fashion trends in Britain at the Victoria and Albert Museum of Textiles and Design, exploring the Indian and Bangladeshi communities of London at Brick Lane, as well as related art exhibits at the British Museum, Tate Modern and the Institute for Contemporary Arts. Students will also get to visit Cambridge and spend one night in Oxford, touring the campuses and seeing what college life in England is like. We will also take a day trip to Stonehenge, Avebury, and Glastonbury. Time in London will also be allowed for general sightseeing, so that students can experience the London Eye, Shakespeare's Globe, the Tower of London and the like.

Marketing Communications: An International Perspective - AC 424 Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Study public relations by combining course work and internship with London companies. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

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Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate students in good academic standing and community members are welcome to participate. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1, late applications considered

Program Description: Participants spend two weeks in London attending and discussing plays presented by the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratfordon- Avon, West End theatres, and experimental companies of the Fringe. When possible, seminars discussing productions will include guests from these companies. Backstage tours and visiting the sites of London will also be part of the itinerary. Robert Frame, director of theatre operations instructs. Eligibility Requirements: Open to All Students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29th

Origins of the English Imagination Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students will travel with Professor Florence Hunt to London, England for three weeks in late summer on this faculty-led option. The English Imagination can be difficult to understand because of its multifaceted nature. The course will attempt, through English prose, poetry, and physical media art, to provide a better understanding of this multifaceted nature. To accomplish this, students will examine several attributes of the English Imagination: Trees and Woodlands, The Weather, Melancholy, Gothic and Ghosts, Gardens, and the Sea. This course includes multiple excursion and tours. Accommodation is in the Umi Hotel. Eligibility Requirements: Permission of the instructor Credits: 3-6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Foundations for International Education- London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer 10 weeks or 6 weeks Language of Instruction: English Program Description: FIE was established in 1998 and is a private, independent, non-profit educational organization based in London, England offering academic year, semester or summer study abroad programs for college undergraduates. The Summer 10 week program includes the following course: British Life and Cultures (3 credits)plus an Internship. Internships meet 3 days a week with class meetings throughout the term. The 6 week program includes the following courses: British Life and Cultures (3 credits) plus an additional elective class of your choosing. See our website for more details. Eligibility Requirements: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior Credits: 6-9 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 1

Britain in History Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Travels and studies in England will take participants from pre-historic to modern times. The purpose of the course is to acquaint students with a variety of ways to experience history and to gain a much greater appreciation and knowledge of Great Britain. Students will examine Stonehenge and pre-historic London; tour the Roman ruins in the cities of London and Bath, and visit museums, such as the Museum of London and Victoria and Albert Museum. In addition, participants will tour medieval cathedrals (Westminster Cathedral and St. Paul’s Cathedral) as well as visit historic castles, including the London Tower and Windsor Castle. Additional points of interest will be discussed and explored throughout this course. Eligibility Requirements: Open to All Students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29th

Art and Design in London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: An intensive two-week, on-site museum and gallery course held during January. Touring London’s museums and galleries, students view old masters as well as contemporary works of art and photography. Lectures and discussions focus on fine and design arts. Visits include the National Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and many others. Students can create their own images for a photographic journal of their tour. Aggressive walking and stair climbing are a part of this program. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

Selected Topics in International Theatre: The London Theatre Country: United Kingdom Location: London Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English

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Campus: SUNY Oswego Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students have the option of taking courses, doing an internship, or both. Courses offered typically include topics in communications, business, politics, culture, and more. Internship students engage in placements in such areas as small business, corporations, art facilities, government agencies, brokerage houses, publishing companies, museums, radio stations, and many others. Orientation and excursions are provided. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29 International Business Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: For two weeks in January students explore the world of international business as they tour London’s renowned commercial and financial landmarks. Points of interest on this in-depth guided excursion may include Lloyds of London, the Bank of England, London Stock Exchange, American Embassy, Guild Hall, Baltic Exchange, Docklands, Port of London Authority, City of London Museum, Fishmongers Hall and Harrods. Aggressive walking and stair climbing are a part of this program. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

Criminal Justice Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Two-week course in January which includes exploring British public safety issues and their historical and cultural influences and compare trends in American and British systems of public safety and law. Visits and lectures include Scotland Yard and its Counter-Terrorism Squad, where you will see weapons of terror and their efforts to combat this. Also includes: demonstrations and hands-on at the Kensington Fire Station of the London Fire Brigade; a tour and presentation of the Supreme Court of Great Britain; a Legal walk with England's #1 tour guide Thomas Hooper O.B.E., where you will sit in on an actual British criminal trial; a Jack the Ripper walk, as well as dinner/discussion with a former British Ambassador. In addition, castles, dungeons, royalty, history, art, culture and more. Aggressive walking and stair climbing are a part of this program. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

London Theatre Seminar Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students experience a broad spectrum of the best in English theatre. The group attends productions in small "fringe" theatres, large state-supported theatres like the Royal Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon, the Royal Court or the Royal National Theatre, Shakespeare's Globe, and commercial theatres in the famous West End. In addition tours take you to the West End theatre district, the Theatre Museum, and backstage at the Royal National theatre. A full-day trip to Stratford-upon-Avon includes not only a theatre performance but visits to Shakespeare's birthplace and Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above in good academic standing Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 5

Health Care in Great Britain Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Two-week course in January includes tours, lectures, and discussions enable participants to meet, compare experiences, and exchange ideas with their counterparts in the British National Health Service. Points of interest include the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Hunterian Museum, Old St. Thomas Operating Theatre, Welcome Collection, the Nurses’ Chapel at Westminster, and others.

Media: The British Experience Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: In this comprehensive exploration of 21st-century media, professionals from the British broadcasting industry provide an indepth view of radio, television, cable, and satellite in Great Britain. Tours, lectures, and discussions feature BBC television and radio facilities, the National Science Museum, a backstage tour at the National Theatre and many other highlights. Two weeks 143

in London in January. Aggressive walking and stair climbing are a part of this program. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 4-8 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1 Comparative World Religions Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: London’s diverse communities embrace many belief systems, creating a real world context to explore Eastern and Western religious thought. Offered for Philosophy credit, this course includes presentations by believers of several faiths and visits to noted cathedrals, temples, mosques, museums, and historic sites. Aggressive walking and stair climbing are a part of this program. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

Wintersession in London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Rockland Community College Term(s): Winter (Jan 5 - 15 , 2008) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Based in central London, this January program offers many courses (Art, Drama, Criminal Justice, Media, International Business, Performing Arts, History, ) each with its own itinerary of activities. The emphasis is on learning from experience and direct interaction with people and institutions in Britain. Courses are taught by Rockland faculty. Eligibility Requirements: Freshmen, 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 20 London Internships Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This internship program allows students to participate in full-time professional internships in London. Most majors can be accommodated, with possible placements in accounting, anthropology, communications, computer science, criminal justice, finance, health science, history, international business, international studies, journalism, nursing, physical education, political science, psychology, recreation and leisure, sports management, sociology, and social work. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA; Juniors and Seniors. Credits: 9 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

American Intercontinental University Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: American Intercontinental University (AIU) is a U.S.-accredited university that welcomes study abroad students who want to enrich their academic work through international study and internships. AIU's study abroad program was established in 1989 and has hosted students from over five hundred U.S. colleges and universities. Located in central London, AIU has an international student body, multinational faculty members, guaranteed housing, and organized travel and activities. Course offerings include business, liberal arts, interior design, media production, visual communication, fashion design and marketing. AIU-London also offers a wide range of internship opportunities for academic credit. 5 or 10 week summer study program options. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA for study abroad; 3.0 GPA for internship program; SUNY students only Credits: 3-12 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

University of Westminster-Summer Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This summer session program is designed to enable participants to earn four-eight credits in a wide variety of liberal arts, humanities and social science courses and disciplines during a three-six week summer school session (students choose to do one or two sessions) conducted by the University of Westminster in the center of the British capital. Housing is in University-owned accommodations.

Contemporary Social Issues Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English

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Program Description: Two-week study where landmark attractions of London, Stonehenge, Bath and Greenwich are our classroom as we trace the history, culture, and traditions of Great Britain. Visits and lectures explore the causes and effects of social classes through the ages, from the extravagance of the royals to the struggles of workers, serfs and slaves. We also look at how Britain—once the seat of the global British Empire — has influenced the world by imposing its ways and laws on non-British subjects. Aggressive walking and stair climbing are a part of this program. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

Eligibility Requirements: All college students with a GPA of 2.5 or higher Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 1 Summer Studies at Middlesex University, London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Spend the summer session at Middlesex University, one of Britain's largest and most dynamic universities. Students choose from a wide selection of courses drawn from the regular academic curriculum in this program held at MU's Trent Park campus, a beautiful mansion set on 950 acres of rolling park land 30 minutes from central London. Courses include art, design, and performing arts, business and management, health and technology, humanities, and social science and education. Students enjoy a tour of London, visits to local theaters and historic centers, and on-campus entertainment. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduates with a GPA of 2.5 or higher Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

British Perspectives on the American Revolution Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: British Perspectives on the American Revolution summer program in London provides an opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to understand the meanings of the American Revolution from British perspectives. Some in England offered moral and financial support as well as revolutionary theories and ideas to the colonists in their rebellion against English domination. Others fully supported the extension of British imperial strength in its colonies. Many of the most prominent English writers and politicians of the last half of the eighteenth century weighed in on this important debate. Their writings offer fascinating insights into the larger significance of the American Revolution. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: February 1

Literary London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Explore landmarks of British poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and drama. Tour medieval through 18th-century London within the old city walls; visit the south bank of Shakespeare and Jonson, the Romantics’ Hampstead Heath, the haunts of the “Eminent Victorians” and PreRaphaelites, Bloomsbury of the early 20th century, and contemporary settings of such writers as Zadie Smith. Students will receive a packet of reading materials and a list of films to view before departure. Aggressive walking and stair climbing are a part of this program. Eligibility Requirements: Open Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

London Theatre Seminar, London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Winter Intersession Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students get to know the historical, cultural, and creative traditions of British theater as they attend and then discuss six plays. This two-week seminar provides access to the best available performances at both the Royal National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as other interesting works in the West End, Fringe, and experimental theaters. In the past, excursions outside the city went to Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare's birthplace), or Bath.

University of Westminster- Summer School Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Two sessions are offered, lasting three weeks each, four credits per session offering you the opportunity to stay in London for three or six weeks. Academic pathways include areas such as Liberal Arts and Sciences, International Business and Media, Arts and Design. 145

Liberal Arts and Sciences Classes: Designed to enable participants to earn four credits in a wide variety of modules in the liberal arts and sciences, which have proved stimulating and enjoyable for students over the past years. London Media, Arts and Design: Designed to enable participants to earn four credits in a broad range of modules in media, arts and design. To help you get the full value from your time in London, some Media, Arts and Design classes will be taught at the state-of-the-art Harrow site. London International Business: Designed to enable participants to earn four credits in a cross-section of business areas highly relevant to the demands of working in today's global business world. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 3.0 GPA or higher both overall, and within major Credits: 4 undergraduate credits per session, graduate credit by approval Application Deadline: May 7-June 1, varied

Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 3.25 GPA or higher Credits: 3-6 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 31 University of East Anglia Summer Study Abroad Program Country: United Kingdom Location: Norwich Campus: SUNY Plattsburgh Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: By choosing UEA, students have the opportunity to study at one of England's top and internationally renowned universities. UEA offers a dozen summer modules in a variety of subjects like business, science, theater, history, film communication, psychology, and more. The program also offers academic field trips and social excursions. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students currently enrolled in a U.S. college or university; minimum 2.5 GPA Credits: 5 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Psychology of Multicultural London Country: United Kingdom Location: London (England) Campus: Cayuga Community College Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: London is known as the multicultural center of Europe and has the largest non-white population of any European city. This course will not only investigate the broad aspects of psychology, but will also examine how diversity effects the population as a whole. Students will be able to observe the perspectives of different cultural groups and their traditions, language, and customs. Individual and multicultural identities will be also investigated. Several historic sites including the famous Freud museum, London’s street markets, and various ethnic neighborhoods will be explored. Eligibility Requirements: Open to all students Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 29

Humanities II at Oxford Country: United Kingdom Location: Oxford (England) Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Four-week program (mid-July to mid-August) fulfills the second half of the humanities sequence required at Geneseo. The course consists of a search for moral, social, and political alternatives and meaning embodied in the institutions, culture, and literature of Western Civilization from 1600 to the present. The course is factual as well as conceptual, including a narrative history of the period. The prerequisite for Geneseo students is successful completion of Humanities I; the prerequisite for non-Geneseo students is coursework in Western Philosophy and European history and literature (prior to 1600). Offered each year. Eligibility Requirements: Preference given to Geneseo students Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: October 15

King's College Country: United Kingdom Location: London, England Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: King’s College is one of England’s oldest and most prestigious university institutions: a multifaculty research-led university college based in the heart of London with over 19,700 students, of whom more than 6,200 are postgraduates. In 2007 King’s entered the Times Higher-QS World University Rankings as one of the top 25 universities. London is, in addition to being the center of British politics, business, art, music, and culture, a great city for students. There is always lots to do and see, and many opportunities for research, study, entertainment, and fun.

The Brockport Oxford Summer Program Country: United Kingdom Location: Oxford (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The Brockport Oxford Program is one of the oldest and most respected of the many study abroad programs in Oxford. Administered in partnership with Arcadia University's College of Global Studies, the Oxford program provides an environment for students that 146

is astonishingly rich in resources and learning. All students in the Brockport program are under the tutelage of an academic advisor and are taught by tutors (usually one-on-one) in the same way and to the same standard as matriculated Oxford undergraduates. The tutorial system at Oxford is ideal for hard-working, independent students who are passionate about academics and who crave an intellectual challenge. Eligibility Requirements: 3.3 GPA Credits: 6 Undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15

Glastonbury, UK Country: United Kingdom Location: United Kingdom Campus: Suffolk County Community College Term(s): Summer 2013 (5/ 29-6/ 24) Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Imagine… Seeing Stonehenge up close and personal-inside the great stone circle. Standing in the castle ruins at the accepted birthplace of King Arthur. We’ll do all this in this month-long trip to the Southwest counties of England. Plus, learn how to conduct Anthropological Ethnographic Fieldwork in a real-world setting. We’ll be ‘in the field’ with the people of Stoughton Cross, Wedmore and Somerset for 4 weeks. You’ll get the opportunity to see what it’s like to be a professional anthropologist. You’ll also learn about this region of England from the time of the building of Stonehenge to the presentday sheep farm where we’ll be staying. Eligibility Requirements: All students in good standing are eligible Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: May 1, 2013

Oxford University - Summer Country: United Kingdom Location: Oxford (England) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: The University of Oxford is one of the oldest and most distinguished educational institutions in the world. The University has been a center of learning since the Middle Ages and continues to provide an environment for students that is astonishingly rich in resources and learning. The Brockport Oxford Program offers you the opportunity to: -Live and study in one of the world's most rewarding and cosmopolitan environments, -Receive instruction in a tutorial conducted by a member of the faculty of the University of Oxford -Improve your writing and research skills, Have total integration with students from Oxford as well as international students. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore status or higher, 3.0 GPA or higher, 3.25 GPA in major or higher Credits: 6 undergraduate, graduate credits by approval Application Deadline: February 1

VARIOUS Antarctica Country: Various Location: Antarctica Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Intersession Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Imagine visiting the coldest, windiest, driest, most remote, and least understood continent on Earth, one that is undoubtedly the most fascinating to the human imagination. Students in the program earn 6 upperdivision credits (three credits for an online portion during the fall semester and three credits for the Antarctica "field trip" over the winter break). Coursework is in the subject of "Human Impacts on a Fragile Ecosystem". All majors are encouraged to apply as we take an interdisciplinary perspective to examine contemporary issues in Antarctica. While on the field trip portion of the program, students will travel on an expedition ship equipped with a fleet of Zodiac landing crafts, allowing students to take daily excursions ashore to explore the spectacular scenery and close encounters with wildlife. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above, 2.5 GPA Credits: 6 undergraduate Application Deadline: August 10

University of Stirling Country: United Kingdom Location: Stirling (Scotland) Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Located just 2 miles from the city of Stirling and within an hour of both Edinburgh and Glasgow, this program provides a unique opportunity to sample student life at the University of Stirling while gaining credits towards your degree programs at your home institution. The University of Stirling is running a new International Summer School, open to international students from around the world. The program is run under the direction of full professors at Stirling and will be almost wholly taught by the University's academic staff who are experts in their respective fields. There are two sessions. Students can earn 6 credits for one session (either one) and 12 for participating in both. Eligibility Requirements: 3.0 GPA Credits: 6-12 undergraduate Application Deadline: April 15

Business in Europe Country: Various Location: Brussels, Amsterdam, Bruges, Normandy, Giverny, Versailles, Paris, Barcelona Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English 147

Program Description: Participants will have the unique opportunity to appreciate the complexity of the European scene, both from a Northern and Southern European perspective. Visits scheduled as part of the program include the European Parliament, US Mission, American Chamber of Commerce, US and Australian Embassies. Visits to local firms in most locations will also be organized. Eligibility Requirements: Open to students with a strong business background and a 2.5 cumulative GPA. Credits: 3 undergraduate or graduate Application Deadline: March 1

Program Description: Featuring a hands-on learning process, the program focuses on the senses- the sight, aroma and taste of the diverse foodstuffs that comprise the acclaimed Mediterranean diet and its intricate associations with regional cultures. Readings, field trips, discussions, archaeological site visits, informational walks and cooking demonstrations help students appreciate the links between ancient mythologies, the biodiversity of magnificent landscapes and healthful cuisine. In this journey across the Aegean students will interact with local peoples and diverse geographic locations experiencing how the Mediterranean diet is not just a way of eating-- but a lifestyle rooted in sustainable community-based food production and longstanding cultural traditions of music and dance. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, Senior Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 15

Civilizations of West Francophone Africa Country: Various Location: Dakar, Senegal Campus: SUNY Geneseo Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: French Program Description: This four week program will take place in the port city of Dakar in Senegal. Students are introduced to the basics of Wolof language in their first week to better connect with the community, while taking the 4credit course FREN 388: Civilizations of West Francophone Africa. During their four weeks in Senegal, students will conduct research on carefully chosen topics including Islam, history, culture, politics, music, or other country-relevant topics as approved by the instructor. Students will also participate in many pre-planned cultural events, weekend excursions, and site visits. Applicants will need to demonstrate successful completion of intermediate French courses in addition to one conversation or composition French course. Eligibility Requirements: French major, minor, or 300level proficiency Credits: 4 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1

Greece and Italy Winter Program Country: Various Location: Greece and Italy Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This course involves a fifteen day faculty-led educational tour of Italy and Greece. During this fifteen day course students will learn about Renaissance Italy as well as ancient Rome and Greece through guided tours that will discuss the political, religious, architectural and artistic history of all three civilizations. Eligibility Requirements: Sophomores and above, 2.5 GPA Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 15

Fashion in France and Italy (Paris, Milan, Rome, Venice, Florence) - CL 131 Country: Various Location: Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice, Paris Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Compares fashion industry in France and Italy, with visits to couture and ready-to-wear houses, museums, etc. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate standing; letter of recommendation from home institution Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

International Buying and Marketing (London, Paris, Milan) - FM 226 Country: Various Location: London, Paris, Florence, Rome Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This three-week course focuses on the study of important sectors involved in fashion marketing and European attitudes toward fashion. Major area elective for Fashion Buying and Merchandising majors; free elective for other majors. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate standing; letter of recommendation from home institution Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

Greece: Food and Culture of the Aegean Country: Various Location: Greece Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English

International Comparative Design-MW 271 Country: Various Location: New York, Paris, Milan Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English 148

Program Description: This course will enable students to increase their ability to analyze trends, colors, fabrications, and apparel details from three international fashion hubs: New York, Paris and Milan. Students will learn how to conduct primary design research required for the development of a structured contemporary fashion collection. They will then travel to Paris and Como/Milan, to gather additional source and market information, and complete the research for their final presentation with the collaboration of their FIT professor and a professor of Milan Politecnico University. Eligibility Requirements: Undergraduate student with one recommendation. Interview required by professor giving the course. Credits: 3 undergraduate Application Deadline: December 1

Operation Crossroads Africa (OCA): Service Learning in West and East Africa Country: Various Location: Various Locations in Africa Campus: SUNY Potsdam Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English, French, Portuguese Program Description: During this seven-week program (late June to mid-August), students live and work in an African community, participating in its daily life. Grouporiented cultural exchange and community development projects are supervised by OCA in conjunction with local, regional, or national community development organizations. Projects typically involve physical labor using indigenous resources. Academic credit for an orientation course in African history and culture is supervised by SUNY Potsdam. Although the language of instruction will be either English or French, assignments in Portuguese are occasionally available. Living standards are consistent with local standards. A personal interview is highly recommended and may be arranged at the home institution. Eligibility Requirements: Juniors, Seniors, and exceptional Sophomores; minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA; those seeking assignment in a French or Portuguese speaking country should have 1 year of language study Credits: 3-7 undergraduate Application Deadline: February 15; late applications considered

International Trade Practicum - IN 492 Country: Various Location: Various Campus: Fashion Institute of Technology Term(s): Winter Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Provides students with an opportunity to observe international trade in action. Practicum Winter 2008: In this program students will learn about Panama’s fashion, textile, music, culture, and ecotourism industries. The program will also visit apparel and jewelry factories, shopping centers, and popular sites. Eligibility Requirements: International Trade students with recommendation from home institution chairperson. Interview required. Credits: 3.5 undergraduate Application Deadline: September 6

Global Service Corp Country: Various Location: Various locations: Cambodia, Tanzania, Thailand Campus: University at Albany Term(s): Anytime during the year Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Global Service Corps provides a variety of project placements in Cambodia, Tanzania, Thailand in orphanages, private nonprofit schools, and community-based organizations. Volunteers can choose from a variety of service-learning programs including HIV/AIDS Prevention, Orphange Care, Teaching English Abroad and International Health. Integrated Programs allow for combining two of more of these programs. By evaluating each participant's interests and skills as well as the community's needs, every effort is made to match the participant with the appropriate placement to ensure a mutually rewarding experience for both. Eligibility Requirements: Freshmen and above. Good academic standing. Credits: 0-12 undergraduate; graduate by arrangement Application Deadline: Rolling admissions

On-Site Studies in Art History Abroad Country: Various Location: Various cities Campus: SUNY New Paltz Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: This intensive program in art history examines the art of a specific place and time. Past study topics have included the Romanesque architecture of Italy, decorative arts of Tokyo and Kyoto in Japan, Art and Architecture in Paris, 1853-1933, and the Byzantine mosaics and frescoes of Rome, explored in the Italian cities of Rome, Ravenna, and Venice. Summer 2006 focused on plein-air practice in the context of the Impressionist and PostImpressionist movements in late 19th Century France. Eligibility Requirements: All college students with a 2.5 GPA or higher. Credits: 3 undergraduate; 3 graduate Application Deadline: March 1

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VIETNAM The Brockport Vietnam Program (Summer) Country: Vietnam Location: Danang Campus: SUNY Brockport Term(s): Summer Language of Instruction: English Program Description: Students take courses in language, culture, history, and politics at Danang University, Duy Tan University (a private university), and the School of Politics (a state political education institute). Each institution exposes students to different philosophies and teaching approaches in Vietnam. The participants also engage in educational activities while providing service in the community. These activities will be tailored as much as possible to the student's major or academic interest and could include working in a community clinic or local nursing home, distributing food and clothing in poor, mountainous villages, or teaching staff at a four star hotel about American customs and language. Eligibility Requirements: 2.5 GPA Credits: 15 undergraduate Application Deadline: March 1 (Summer)

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