They seek opportunities to understand different cultures and extend the classroom to enrich their education. They also know that Syracuse University has one of the longest running—and most highly ranked—study abroad programs in the nation. You can choose from over 100 different programs within 60 countries, and engage in internships, Signature Seminars, language study, homestay, and community engagement projects.
Beijing is one of the great cities of this century, with its high concentration of historical treasures and wealth of creative talent.
Through comparative study in six countries and their urban centers, you will explore some of the most rapidly changing regions in Europe.
Florence is bursting with architectural and artistic masterpieces—a beautiful culture that will undoubtedly enrich your studies.
Hong Kong, China
Syracuse Hong Kong takes full advantage of its connections with leading education institutions, organizations, and businesses across the region.
The art and architecture of ancient Greece, the Eastern Roman Empire, and the Ottoman Empire still coexist and permeate the contemporary life of Istanbul—a melting pot of cultures, traditions, and lifestyles.
As one of the biggest cities in the world, London’s cultural, social, and ethnic diversity is unlike anywhere else on earth.
Syracuse’s program in Madrid is designed to give you a rich experiential understanding of Spanish history and culture.
From the top of the Andes to the Southern Cone, this two-site program is your gateway to the diversities of South America.
More than 50,000 college students from across the world flock to picteresque Strasbourg each year, drawn by its central location, fascinating history and great European institutions.
World partner programs
SU Abroad’s World Partner programs allow Syracuse University students to choose from over 60 partner institutions in cities across the globe. Students who choose World Partner programs are often independent and driven. They’re usually looking for a very specific abroad experience—film school in Prague, practicing Hebrew in Israel, studying biodiversity in Madagascar—that our center programs don’t offer.
We offer many different lengths of study, including short-term programs, which run for one to three weeks at various times of the year including winter break, spring break, and summer. Short-term study abroad is perfect for students who can’t commit to a whole semester away, but still want to experience the excitement of the world classroom. Courses are available in Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Summer study is about flexibility. Explore an interest that may not be part of your major, catch up on credits, and do it all in a country that you’ve always been curious about. Syracuse offers a vast array of summer classes in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East.
First-semester Discovery Program
We offer accomplished first-year students the exciting opportunity to spend their first semester abroad in Florence, Italy; Madrid, Spain; or Strasbourg, France.The Discovery Program will help set the tone for your college career, and is designed for those interested in the arts, humanities, languages, international studies, or social sciences.
We’re committed to making study abroad a reality for all students seeking academic opportunities beyond main campus. Grants, scholarships, and financial aid can make your experience affordable and feasible. Learn more about your financial aid options.