World Partner Affiliated Programs are available to Syracuse University students only.
Is a World Partner Affiliated Program Right for Me?
- Looking to study in locations other than Syracuse Abroad's centers and featured programs in Florence, Hong Kong, London, Madrid, Santiago, Strasbourg and Central Europe?
- Eager to explore an academic area or language study not offered through a Syracuse center?
- Seeking a program with a specialized focus in your field of study?
If so, a World Partner Affiliated Program might be right for you.
With careful planning, students in most majors can take courses toward their degree through a World Partner program.
You should consult with your academic advisor and Syracuse Abroad to ensure that World Partner courses fulfill degree requirements.
World Partner Locations
How to Apply
You are required to make an appointment with a World Partner admissions counselor before beginning your application.
Knowing what type of program you are applying to will help you understand what to expect in terms of support during the application and pre-departure phases and during your semester abroad.
Yes! We are committed to making the Syracuse Abroad experience possible for all students. Your financial aid package may apply to Syracuse Abroad, and there are a host of other assistance options including named scholarships, grants and awards.
Housing varies by program, and many types of living options are offered: You might live with a local family in a homestay, or you might room with other students in the program's residential housing or in an apartment in the community.
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Meet with Your Academic Advisor.
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.