Short-Term Programs: SummerChoose from more than 30 summer programs in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. Summer programs are available to both Syracuse University students and students from other colleges and universities.
Short-Term Programs: Academic BreaksShort-term programs that run during winter or spring academic breaks, or in the first several weeks of summer, are available only to Syracuse University students. These programs are the travel components of Syracuse University courses offered on the home campus or online during the semester. To participate in a short-term study abroad experience during academic breaks, you must enroll in the regular semester course associated with it. The program fee may cover the cost of round-trip transportation.
Students from all over the world choose Syracuse Abroad for its academic excellence, unique programming and dedicated faculty and staff. Syracuse Abroad offers flexible study options and generous financial aid so you can build the knowledge and skills that will help you succeed anywhere.
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Why Study Abroad?
- Broaden Your Horizons. Regardless of the academic program you choose, study abroad shifts your perception of the world and enhances your global understanding.
- World Ready. Career Ready. Your global study experience will open doors and employment options. Increasingly, companies and organizations seek to hire people who understand international perspectives and know how to work effectively across cultures, navigate new challenges and engage with a global community.
- Discover what’s on the other side of your comfort zone. With Syracuse Abroad you build lifelong connections and friendships. And you don’t just learn about a new place—you grow your independence and expand your potential.
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Whether you're still deciding if studying abroad is right for you or you've already made a decision to study abroad, meeting with your academic advisor early in the process can help you to select the program that best fits your academic track.