Welcome Exchange Students!
Thank you for your interest in studying at Syracuse University! We are a private research institution of 10 schools and colleges in Syracuse, New York, located one hour by plane from New York City and one hour by plane from Washington, D.C. Our diverse student body includes thousands of international degree students. Syracuse University has a long tradition of international education, with eight overseas campus centers as well as domestic campus centers in New York City and Los Angeles for specific program majors.
Incoming Exchange Student Status
First, let’s quickly review what it means to be an incoming exchange student: SU maintains exchange agreements with approximately 25 universities around the world – and if you’re a student at one of those schools, you can come to SU as an exchange student. Your first step is to work with the international office at your home university, as your nomination is required before Syracuse can consider you here. Once your nomination is forwarded to SU, you may complete the attached Syracuse University Exchange Student Application Form. As an exchange student, you will pay no tuition fees to Syracuse University, however, there may be fees you pay to your home university, and you will need to pay other non-tuition fees. This is explained in our frequently asked questions about exchange programs.
To Apply to Syracuse University as an Exchange Student
April 15 for following fall or academic year
November 1 for following spring semester