Syracuse University

Summer study abroad programs

Welcome to SU Summer Abroad!

Students choose to go abroad in summer for a number of reasons - maybe you have a double major would like to catch up on some credits during the summer semester, maybe there's a course you'd like to take that's only offered in South Africa, or maybe you just can't commit to an entire semester away from their home university. SU summer abroad also offers you the chance to explore a particular interest that may not align with your major - perhaps you're a business major, but also interested in London theater?

Whatever your reason, summer abroad will help you grow as an individual, give you an international perspective, open your eyes to new foods, ideas, music, and people, and boost your resume. Financial aid is available.

Summer 2015 programs now listed below! Applications will be available fall 2014.



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Navigate to your desired program of study, then click on the title for more information and to begin your application now:

Africa
Asia
Europe
Latin America
The Middle East
Multi-Country Travel Seminars




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SU Abroad Summer Viewbook

Summer Cover

Overviews of the 2014 summer programs are available in our new viewbook! Click the photo above for the pdf version, or request a copy of your own by filling out this form to have one mailed to you!

Meet our students

Ayania Wellington

Ayania Wellington is a broadcast and digital journalism major at Syracuse University who spent Summer 2013 in Grahamstown, South Africa on the Socio-Economic Enterprise in Post-Apartheid South Africa program, and counts the experience as the best thing that has ever happened to her.

Visit our Summer Global Ambassadors page to meet more alumni ready to share their advice and experiences with you.

Summer at SU: Abroad and On Campus

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Get ahead or stay on track to graduate by combining your summer abroad courses with Summer at SU courses offered by University College. Registration for on-campus summer courses begins March 20!

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