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Cornell University is considered to be the first American University. It’s motto, is “Any Person, Any Study.”
Everything you need to know about planning and managing your international travel.
With the number of possibilities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, Cornell offers an almost limitless opportunitity for any student to find instruction in any study.
Campus Life Resources
Both on and off campus, in Ithaca, N.Y., there is tremendous opportunity to meet, live, and work with international students and scholars drawn to Cornell’s enlightened campus. Despite its small town appeal, Ithaca is a surprisingly cosmopolitan city, thanks largely to Cornell, which is overflowing with the perspectives, ideas, and cultural traditions of countries all across the globe.
Cornell has for most of its history had a long list of international agreements with institutions across the globe. The University recognizes the value these exchanges have in strengthening the teaching, research, and extension capabilities of the institutions involved, broadening the international experience of the participants, and fostering goodwill between Cornell University and the international community.
The Cornell Library offers outstanding collections and specialized staff dedicated to international studies. Library collections currently include nearly 1,800,000 volumes, one million of which concern Asia, the remainder Africa, Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Cornell University offers a variety of programs for Study Abroad and International Experiential Learning.