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SU Abroad Information Sessions

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Want to go abroad next semester but still have questions? No matter where you want to go (and even if you're thinking of going next summer or fall), stop by these information sessions to get all the information you need to apply, get financial aid, and find the program that's right for you.

Religion, Law, and Human Rights in Comparative Perspective, Summer 2015: November 19, Eggers 228B, 4 p.m.

Where should you study abroad?

Disciplinary specialties

With programs in 60 countries, choosing a location can be challenging. Here's an overview of academic specialties at SU Abroad programs. For course offerings, visit the destinations pages of this website. Read more.

Get on the plane

Student snapshot: SU Istanbul Alum Ivan

Ivan Zhivkov

Fall 2013 SU Istanbul alumnus Ivan Zhivkov '15 was profiled in the Summer 2014 edition of Syracuse magazine. He spoke about his time in Istanbul, and the Gilman Scholarship he earned. Ivan is also one of the SU Istanbul global ambassadors - so you can get in touch with him if you have any questions about studying abroad in this dynamic, cosmopolitan city!

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Upcoming Application Deadlines


SU Abroad has eight center-based programs, 30-plus summer programs and over 65 World Partner programs. Financial aid is available.

  • Summer 2015: February 20, 2015
  • Fall 2015: March 15, 2015

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Gap Year Semester

Gap Year

Designed for students living in Europe, this non-residential semester provides a combination of U.S.-accredited first-year courses and exciting electives--all transferable to most US universities. Available in both London and Madrid. Learn more.

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