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Visiting the Cornell Abroad website is an important first step toward embarking on an unforgettable, culturally and academically enriching adventure.

Cornell offers a wide array of opportunities to make meaningful international experience a part of your Cornell education.  You may choose to study abroad to enroll at a world-renowned university, improve language skills, conduct fieldwork or research, engage in service learning, or participate in an internship.  Whatever you choose, Cornell Abroad can assist you every step of the way from the moment you begin your application, throughout your term abroad, and even after you return to Cornell.

What are your options?

How can you learn more about our programs?
Talk to a Cornell Abroad advisor!

Drop-in hours are available Monday through Friday from 1:00 to 2:00 PM* for general questions and guidance.  For example:

  • You’re not sure how to get started.

  • You’ve met with us before but have some additional questions.

*Drop-in hours held only while semester classes are in session

Individual Advising appointments are preferred for students who have in-depth questions that require more time, such as comparing programs or gaining deeper knowledge of one particular program.

Need to drop off a form?  Please feel welcome to come by any time during our open office hours:  Monday through Friday, 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Who are the Cornell Abroad advisors?


Advising Region

Dr. Kristen Grace
See bio

France & French-speaking countries
Middle East
South Asia
Southeast Asia
Comparative multi-country programs

Stephen Capobianco
See bio

Latin America and the Caribbean
Europe -- Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain

Alayne Prine
See bio

United Kingdom
New Zealand

Kristin Blake
See bio

East Asia -- China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Mongolia


How do you get started?

Brand new to the process? 

  • Our step-by-step application process is easy and is completed online via the Cornell Abroad website.  Talk to a CU Abroad advisor if you need help choosing a program.

Ready to apply? 

Other questions to consider:

Does my college have special policies and procedures?

When should I start applying?

What are my study abroad goals?

Is there someone in my college who can help me with academic questions I have about study abroad?

How do finances for study abroad work?  Can I use financial aid?

Are there scholarships for study abroad?

GSA Partner

Cornell Abroad 300 Caldwell Hall Ithaca, NY 14853 p: 607.255.6224 f: 607.255.8700

In an EMERGENCY for a student abroad, call the Cornell Police: 607.255.1111
Last modified 11/13/2017