Syracuse Abroad ranks #9 in US News & World Report

Syracuse University has been ranked #9 in study abroad in the latest 2022-2023 US News & World Report. US News ranked the top 40 study abroad programs in the nation, with Syracuse Abroad landing in the top 10. Tied with Arcadia University and Michigan State University, Syracuse Abroad programs have been recognized for its academic excellence and valuable programmatic experiences, fostering student growth and immersion.

Syracuse Abroad has moved up two spots, since ranking #11 in the 2021-2022 report. Its annual, prestigious ranking is largely due to its five study abroad center programs and award-winning featured program in Central Europe, along with annual summer and short-term program options for students.

Read more

Syracuse Abroad hosting Annual Syracuse Abroad Week: Sept. 12-16

This year, Syracuse Abroad Week will take place Sept. 12-16. Students, partners and faculty are invited to take part in a variety of in-person and virtual events to learn more about study abroad opportunities and program offerings. Throughout the week, Syracuse Abroad staff will host virtual information sessions discussing program options, financing study abroad, internship opportunities and more. To view all events and sessions, visit the schedule of Syracuse Abroad Week events.

Syracuse Abroad is taking over Shaw Quad on Sept. 14! Students, campus partners and faculty are invited to visit the Syracuse Abroad tent on the quad from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday to learn about options for international study and explore more than 100 programs in 60 different countries.

Read full story

Syracuse Abroad Announces New Immersion Program in Buenos Aires

Syracuse Abroad is excited to announce a new addition to the Santiago Center program.

Reintroducing the intensive Spanish immersion program, students will now have the opportunity to begin their semester in Argentina, as part of a prequel course prior to arriving in Chile. This new Buenos Aires immersion will prepare students for the Spanish language program in Santiago, while introducing them to the modern culture and iconic city of Buenos Aires.

Read full story

Dr. John Goodman named Center Director of Syracuse University Strasbourg

The retirement of Dr. Raymond Bach, Center Director of Syracuse University Strasbourg, has paved the way for new leadership in France beginning this fall semester. As this new chapter unfolds, Syracuse Abroad is excited to announce the new director for the Strasbourg Center, Dr. John J. Goodman.

Goodman joins Syracuse University Strasbourg with an extensive background in law, diplomacy and conflict resolution, education, and leading international organizations, having served as a lawyer, an international relations scholar, a delegate in South Sudan for the Red Cross, and an advisor to former United States President and Nobel Laureate, Jimmy Carter.

Bach will be retiring after leading the Strasbourg Center for 22 years. During his tenure, he has been a pillar of Syracuse Abroad and integral in the development of the Strasbourg Center programs and curriculum. Bach is a leader of great intellectual force and a respected mentor and guide to students and colleagues alike. 

Syracuse Abroad is grateful for the dedication and innovative spirit that Bach has provided for the past 22 years, and is excited for this new chapter of leadership Dr. Goodman will deliver.

Read more

A successful semester in Santiago

Hola!! I am Olivia Budelmann and I am pursuing degrees in Mathematics, Spanish, and Environment, Sustainability & Policy. My anticipated graduation date is May 2023. I chose to study abroad in Santiago, Chile during the spring 2022 semester. This program is longer than most of the other Syracuse Abroad programs, so as I’m writing this in June, I still have a month left of living in Santiago!

Read more: A successful semester in Santiago

Living, Learning and Interning in Strasbourg, France

Learn more about Ben Shultz and how he spent his final semester of graduate school abroad at the Syracuse Strasbourg Center.

As a dual-degree M.A. in International Relations and Master of Public Administration student at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Strasbourg presented him with an unmatched opportunity to explore the European policy space in a hands-on manner.

Read more: Living, Learning and Interning in Strasbourg

Daniel ’68, H’20 and Gayle D’Aniello Donate $10M to Invigorate Syracuse Abroad Florence Program

In support of academic excellence and the University’s expansion as a global institution, Life Trustee Daniel D’Aniello ’68, H’20 and his wife, Gayle, are gifting $10 million toward significantly enhancing the Syracuse Abroad Florence program. The transformational nature of this gift will expand opportunities for students, attract exceptional faculty and improve facilities in Florence, Italy. In honor of the couple’s gift, the program will be renamed the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello Syracuse University Program in Florence.

Read full story

Apply now for spring 2023 programs!

Apply now for spring 2023 programs – applications are due October 1 and reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications should be completed as soon as possible, as some programs have limited space.

Florence, Italy

London, England

Madrid, Spain

Santiago, Chile

  • Santiago Center – all participants will receive a $2000 location grant!

Strasbourg, France

World Partner programs

Learn more about grants and aid available for spring 2023, and check out our video series: Financing Study Abroad!

Apply Now

Syracuse Abroad alumni named 2022 Fulbright recipients

Of the ten Syracuse University students that have been named as 2022 recipients of awards through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, eight students and one alternate are alumni of Syracuse Abroad programs!

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program funds a range of awards that include English teaching assistantships (ETA) and study/research grants in over 140 countries.

2022 recipients and Syracuse Abroad alumni:

Syracuse Abroad program alumni alternate:

Read SU News story