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Exploring Study Abroad

Study abroad students sit down to discuss what to expect and prepare for before venturing overseas.

Syracuse University students who study abroad praise it as a life-changing experience. With Syracuse Abroad, experiential learning meets a powerful global network, allowing students to expand their personal and professional impact. “Going abroad and experiencing people, experiencing nations, experiencing countries, and experiencing cultures fundamentally alters who you are as a person, and it changes you for the better,” says Danis Cammett ’25 of his time in Strasbourg, France.

Along with Cammett, Kaden Warner ’24, who studied in London, England, and Callie Amill ’24, who studied in Madrid, Spain, gathered to share their experiences and insider tips for students thinking about studying abroad. They discussed several important issues, including housing, cost and budgeting, support and safety, academics, and why the fear of missing out dissipates as unique experiences overseas abound.

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Study Abroad

As one of the leading international study programs in the nation, Syracuse Abroad provides you with opportunities to take your education—and career—to a whole new place. From cultivating new connections to catalyzing your career, you can go nearly anywhere and explore the world from every side.

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