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Current Cornell Student
Students can begin their study abroad program search by browsing the links to Cornell sponsored programs and other academic study abroad options found in this site.
Applying Your Experience
Perhaps you’ve already secured your international academic program, you’ve studied abroad, or you are an international student currently on the Cornell campus. If you are eager to apply your valuable international experience to a worthwhile project while you finish your degree, here is a sampling of what you can do.
Catherwood Library: International Research Portal
The International Information links from this Portal are designed to lead the researcher and practitioner to the most reliable and fundamental information sources available in matters related to Industrial and Labor Relations. To assist in this process some sources have been grouped into categories such as Best Regional Sites, including Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America, and Key State Department Sites.
Centers reporting to the Vice Provost for International Relations
The work of the Office of the Vice Provost for International Relations (OVPIR) has steadily evolved in order to reach its goal of "Bringing Cornell to the World and the World to Cornell." In addition to its other cored duties, the OVPIR oversees the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Cornell Abroad, and the Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development (CIIFAD).
Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia
STARTED OFFICIALLY IN 1918 with a donation of around 9,500 books, 1600 pamphlets and 550 manuscripts, the Charles W. Wason Collection on East Asia (http://asia.library.cornell.edu/ac/Wason/index) is among the top East Asian library collections in the country. Originally named the Charles W. Wason Library on China and the Chinese, the backbone of the collection began as the private library of the late Charles W. Wason (Cornell class of 1876), a railroad magnate based in Cleveland.
College of Arts and Sciences Study Abroad
To prepare graduates for the challenges of international citizenship in the 21st Century, study abroad opportunities are extensive and diverse for students in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO)
The Cornell University library system subscribes to CIAO, a comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs. Because this is a subscription service, it is restricted to users who access the database from computers connected to the Cornell network.
Cornell Career Services (CCS) Fellowships
The Cornell Career Services website is intended to students learn what fellowships are, who should consider applying for them, when to apply, and the fellowships services CCS offers to students.
Cornell Career Services International Job Search
Cornell Career Services helps students with career exploration, graduate and professional school advising and preparation, health careers, legal careers, internship and full-time job searches, fellowships, and specialized advising needs. They also have an extensive library of career-related materials, including general information and resources, to help students explore their options for the future.
Here's a great way to experience countries and cultures around the globe without leaving Ithaca. Pick up a Passport at the Cornell Cinema box office at either Willard Straight Theater or Uris Auditorium during show times, or from the Cornell Cinema Office at 104 Willard Straight Hall any weekday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Throughout the year Cornell Cinema features a wide array of foreign films and with the passport, every fifth foreign film is free!
Cornell Educational Resources in International Studies
The Cornell Einaudi Center for International Studies in partnership with Area Programs is committed to extending its resources to the wider community. Outreach programs in International Studies offer post-secondary conferences, professional development opportunities for teachers, public programming, business workshops, speakers bureaus, and much more.
Cornell Graduate School Graduate Fellowship Notebook
This is a searchable database for a variety of fellowships and scholarships.
Cornell Graduate School Travel Grants and Research Awards
This Gateway is the central electronic access point to the more than 7,000,000 volumes, 7,000,000 microforms, 65,000 cubic feet of manuscripts, and 400,000 other materials held by Cornell University Library that place it among the ten largest academic research libraries in North America. Cornell acquires all books published by university presses in the English-speaking world, the output of some 140 American trade publishers, complete sets of thousands of scholarly series from around the world, and more than 60,000 periodical and newspaper titles.
Cornell Travel Resources
Click here for a comprehensive list of travel-related information and services offered directly through Cornell offices.
Cornell University Summer Session
The Cornell University Summer Session and the Winter Session, which welcomes international students to the Ithaca campus and provides opportunities for local students to study and/or intern overseas. Among our recent off-campus course and program offerings are Tropical Field Ecology and Behavior in Kenya; Quechua Language Training in Bolivia; Creative Writing Workshop in Rome; and International Business Program and Internship in Hong Kong.
Cornell-Michigan-Penn Sevilla Program
Cornell has one of the largest courses of study of any university, with international components found in every college and school.
CyberTower (CT), which provides a Web-based portal to Cornell_s fine teaching and learning resources at no cost to its participants. Available to audiences around the world, CT is an online program that gives alumni, prospective students, and others access to Cornell's best professors at any time and from virtually anywhere. CT currently features study rooms on topics from archaeology, history, and literature to nutrition, engineering, and paleontology.
Distance Learning, which transforms any place within reach of the Internet into a Cornell classroom. In our distance learning classes, students can earn credits and learn something new without ever setting foot on campus. These courses feature Web-based components and/or related materials. Students interact with their professor and other students by telephone or e-mail.