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Spring 2016 Pre-Departure Orientation (World Partner Africa Programs): December 2, 2:30 p.m., SU Abroad

Spring 2016 Pre-Departure Orientation (World Partner Asia Programs): December 2, 3:30 p.m., SU Abroad

Spring 2016 Pre-Departure Orientation (World Partner Middle East Programs): December 3, 2:30 p.m., SU Abroad

Spring 2016 Pre-Departure Orientation (World Partner: Tel Aviv University): December 3, 3:30 p.m., SU Abroad

Info session: South Africa: Implementing & Evaluating Health Education Programs: December 3, 5 p.m., Archbold Rm. 210

Summer Programs Information session: December 4, 12 p.m., Crouse-Hinds Rm. 20

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With over 100 programs in 60 countries, narrowing down your choices might seem overwhelming! Here's an overview of academic specialties on SU Abroad programs. For course offerings, visit the destination page for the specific program you're interested in.

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Ricky Cieri

Ricky Cieri is a dual international relations and modern foreign languages major from Upstate New York who spent Spring 2015 in Strasbourg and Summer 2015 in Madrid. For future abroad students, he recommends diving in and meeting locals, as it will improve your language skill exponentially.

Connect with more alumni and ask for their advice on our Global Ambassadors page!

SU Abroad Update, 11/20/15

A statement from Margaret Himley, Associate Provost, International Education and Engagement:

SU Abroad, both here on the main campus and at our international centers, would like to express its solidarity with the victims and all those affected by terrorist attacks in recent weeks.

We have been monitoring each situation continually, reviewing State Department and International SOS travel guidance, and are formulating our responses in light of the changes that are taking place on the ground.

In particular, the staff at the five European SU centers are working closely with our students, especially with those who were in Paris at the time of the attacks, and are offering counseling to those who request it. In addition, there are ongoing discussions, both informal and in relevant classes, about these dramatic events, their meaning and their implications. As international educators, we are working to balance our commitment to engagement with the world with our responsibility for the safety of the students on our programs.

We plan to continue all of our programs. We are, however, reviewing all center-related field trips. The SU Strasbourg Center has a weekend field trip planned to Paris, for example, and the center's staff has decided that trip shall go forward as planned. Some field trips will be maintained, others modified, and others may be postponed or even canceled.

We are requiring all students who do engage in any independent travel to register their travel plans with their respective SU centers as well as with the International SOS MyTrips Personal Travel Locator. We require that they provide their center with an active cell phone number where they can be reached at all times. Students who are traveling are reminded to be aware of their surroundings, thoughtful about their own personal safety, plan their itinerary with safety in mind, and refer to the US State Department for security updates.

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SU Abroad has eight center-based programs, 10 short-term programs, 30-plus summer programs and over 65 World Partner programs. Financial aid is available.

  • Summer 2016: February 20, 2016
  • Fall 2016: March 20, 2016

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