Cornell Abroad offers a wide variety of academic programs abroad that are intellectually challenging, socially diverse, and culturally enriching. Students apply to a program and a back-up, if desired. In the case of direct enrollment in foreign universities, only one application is sent and the back-up is held in reserve until needed. Cornell students can study on programs run by Cornell or by other educational institutions or organizations. Given the range of options, early planning is important.
SEARCH the extensive Education Abroad database for Cornell-managed and Cornell-approved programs
Types of Programs
(Note: Not all colleges approve all programs. Consult the relevant College Policies and Procedures)
direct enrollment in top international universities
program classes especially designed for study abroad students
language programs at all levels
directed field research or independent study
comparative study (multiple destinations)
Walk-in hours are available Monday through Friday from 1:00 to 2:00 PM at 250 Caldwell Hall for general questions and guidance.
For more in-depth questions, see "Cornell Abroad Advising" to schedule an appointment with the appropriate Education Abroad Advisor.