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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.
CALS International Exchange Program
The CALS International Exchange Program is comprised of unique, one-to-one agreements with prestigious universities around the world, including universities in Europe, Mexico, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. For a semester or a year, CALS undergraduate students attend one of our partner universities and in exchange, their students come to study at CALS.
CALS International Opportunities for Undergraduates
In addition to the CALS International Exchange Program, CALS undergraduates can spend a semester or year studying abroad through the Cornell Abroad office. Students enroll directly in universities in Australia, participate in fieldwork in Africa, or explore the wonders of a foreign city while participating in an internship. CALS recognizes that students study abroad for a variety of reasons, and as a result, offers a great deal of choice for its students.
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.
Cornell in Rome, AAP
The Cornell in Rome program in the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning provides students with a submersive experience in Italian culture to study art, architecture, or urban planning in the context of the city.
Cuba General License for Educational Activity
The United States Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") amended the Cuban Assets Control Regulations on January 28, 2011. A new general license authorizes accredited U.S. graduate and undergraduate degree-granting academic institutions to engage in Cuba travel-related transactions incident to certain educational activities. To be eligible, faculty, staff or students must meet the qualifications outlined on page 5075 of the Rules and Regulations related to Educational Activities under the General Cuba license.
Engineering Study Abroad
There are a variety of options available for engineering students interested in studying abroad. The College of Engineering has programs specifically developed for engineering students in several countries including France, Mexico, Germany, India, Spain, and China.
ILR School Study Abroad
Students in ILR who wish to study in another country have a choice of programs sponsored by Cornell, or by another institution and endorsed by Cornell, or ones approved external programs with sponsors.
ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program
The ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program is the first initiative in what is intended to be a comprehensive educational and professional collaboration between the ILR School at Cornell University and the Industrial Relations and Human Resources Group of the School of Business at University College Dublin. The program_s purpose is to afford eligible ILR juniors and seniors opportunities to enhance their understanding of various international dimensions of the field of industrial and labor relations through courses taught by leading scholars at one of Europe_s most vibrant and dynamic universities. The curriculum, which places a special emphasis on illuminating the most important issues of work and workplace relations affecting the 27 member nations of the world_s largest trading bloc, the European Union, is a joint design of ILR and UCD faculty members.
International Experience Grants for ILR Students
ILR International Programs will make available a limited number of small grants to ILR undergraduate and graduate students to support educational and research activities that enhance the student's international experience and facilitate their presence abroad. Funding will be awarded on a competitive basis to support activities that enhance your ILR education through an international experience, such as: 1)international volunteer work with a group or organization engaged in activities broadly related to ILR_s mission; 2) the international fieldwork component of a research project; 3) participatory role at an ILR-related global conference; 4)language immersion program where student has already undertaken classroom study.
International Programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS)
International Programs (IP/CALS) takes the lead in promoting international collaboration in Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. It combines experience, technology, and innovation to coordinate projects and support faculty and students in their initiatives around the world.
Law School Study Abroad
For those wishing to study abroad during law school, Cornell offers a wide range of possibilities.
Master in European Business (MEB) for ILR Seniors
ILR seniors now have an opportunity to earn a one-year Master in European Business from one of the world's top business schools. The program includes two semesters of study, each at a different campus of the European School of Management (Paris, London, Madrid, Berlin, Torino) or partner institutions in India (MDI Gurgaon), Thailand (AIT) Bangkok and Mexico (ITESM Monterrey). Coursework is followed by a 12-week internship in the country of the student’s choice. This program builds on an existing and successful partnership between the ILR School and the ESCP-EAP European School of Management. Graduate students at both institutions have had an opportunity to participate in a dual degree program at the graduate level. The MEB program now offers ILR seniors the chance to enroll after completing your ILR degree.
Summer off-campus courses in Qatar
In partnership with the Weill Cornell Medical College_Qatar, the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions provides academic and administrative services to the pre-medical component of the program. In addition to assistance with curriculum planning and other matters, the School helps to recruit and appoint qualified faculty members to teach Cornell undergraduate courses in Doha. The School also registers undergraduate students for courses in Doha and for their summer studies in Ithaca.
The ILR International Credit Internship Program
For most of its history the ILR Credit Internship Program operated almost exclusively within the United States. In recent years, however, we have sought to expand its scope in attempt to offer our students unique opportunities to experience industrial and labor relations in an international setting. The ILR School established a unique partnership with the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland several years ago. We now routinely place students in the various offices, agencies and departments of the ILO, including recent placements in Nairobi, Kenya and Beijing, China. Other opportunities exist with ILO offices in Cairo, Egypt, Bangkok, Thailand, and other select locations.
Weill Medical College in Qatar
Weill Cornell in Qatar is the third campus of Cornell University, and the first American medical school ever set up overseas. Established through a partnership between Cornell and the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, WCMC-Q shares the triple mission of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York: education, research, and patient care.