World Partner Programs in Europe and Russia
To begin your application, click the link in the appropriate program title, and then ‘Apply Now.’ Most program applications are due March 15 for fall and October 1 for spring. Please note that some programs have early application dates – check the individual program pages for details.
Students enrolled in this program will study and live as an Austrian student, immersing yourself in the culture and attending classes alongside other international and local Austrian students. Classes are offered in both German and English, though there is no German language pre-requisite. The three-week intensive German language courses offered at the beginning of the semester are highly recommended as linguistic and cultural preparation for your semester.
This program through CET gives students an opportunity to spend a semester at FAMU. Among the oldest and finest film academies in the world, FAMU has played an integral role in Czech cultural history for the last sixty years. The FAMU campus is located in the historic Lazansky Palace with a view of the Prague Castle.
Another program taught at FAMU, CET Art Photography, consists of two core courses, a required Czech language course, and two to three elective courses from FAMU’s international program. The core courses focus on analog techniques and darkroom developing. The electives specialize in areas such as digital photography, still life, and restoration. All courses are taught in English.
On the CET New Media at FAMU program, you will take courses in video installation, conceptual artworks, experimental documentary, expanded-to-database cinema, intermedia performance, or interactive work. There will be opportunities to explore the local Prague arts scene, exhibit works at a local gallery, and receive hands-on mentorship and critique sessions with FAMU faculty and visiting artists. This program is small and very selective, and is uniquely designed specifically for new media or intermedia artists.
Study abroad on the campus of Anglo-American University, taking classes in English with Czech, Eastern European, American, and international students. Prague, the City of a Hundred Spires, is known as the cultural, political, and economic center of Central Europe, and is famous for its beautiful architecture, fascinating history, and exciting cultural attractions. Anglo-American University offers a comprehensive course listing, specializing in communications, business, humanities and social science, and international relations.
Located in the heart of Old Copenhagen, you will choose from a range of course options, including international business, justice and human rights, sustainability in Europe, urban design, and global economics, among many others. All courses are taught in English. You will choose one core course (which includes a weeklong study tour) in your designated program and then fill your schedule with electives from any discipline. Danish language is offered but not required. Field studies and practicums will ensure that you interact with the city and its people and benefit professionally and socially.
The London College of Fashion has a long tradition of providing specialized education for the fashion design and product development industries. Students take a full semester of courses in fashion design alongside other international and British students. Open only to fashion majors.
This program provides a range of learning and research experiences at the highest levels to enable students to acquire knowledge and skills in an environment that places theatre and performance practice at the center of the learning experience. The practice-based nature of the program requires an extensive range of specialist studios, workshops, rehearsal and performance spaces. Open only to drama majors.
The Sciences Po program offers advanced undergraduates and graduate students a broad-based education conveying multidisciplinary knowledge in social sciences within an international context. It is located in one of Paris’s most famous districts, Saint Germain des Pres, which has been host to the literary and artistic life of Paris since the 17th century. Open only to undergraduates in the social sciences with 400-level French proficiency or previous study abroad experience in France. Open to graduate students studying international relations.
This program is designed to give students the opportunity to develop and polish their language skills in a German-speaking environment. Two required courses are delivered via a pre-semester traveling seminar led by Colgate faculty. The semester at Freiburg University begins in mid-April, when you will take two to three elective courses in German alongside other German students.
The FU-BEST Freie University Berlin program is located at Freie Universität, one of Germany’s premier institutions of higher education. Most FU-BEST courses are taught in English, in such disciplines as cultural studies, art history, comparative literature, the European Union, German history, German and European politics, sociology/psychology, film studies, comparative religion, and philosophy. There is no German language pre-requisite to apply, but students are required to take a language course during the semester in Berlin.
This program takes place at the top university in Ireland. Founded in 1592, it is Ireland’s oldest operating university and one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland. The historic and beautiful campus is home to one of the most iconic libraries in world and has a wonderful mix of modern and historic facilities. Trinity sits in the very center of Dublin city, with access to all that the capital city has to offer, yet maintains a truly cohesive campus community.
Located on the Belford campus, a vibrant, modern university situated on a spacious and leafy campus about a 20 minute bus ride from Dublin city center. It is one of the 30 top research universities in the European Union with a student population of 22,000 (2,000 international students). Syracuse students choose from the same range of courses as full degree students and are taught and examined in the same manner.
Located astride the majestic river Shannon, the University of Limerick enrolls over 12,000 students. You’ll take a full semester of courses alongside other international and Irish students. UL offers a wide selection of undergraduate courses from its six colleges of the University: Business, Education, Engineering, Humanities, Informatics & Electronics and Science.
This program is for students with an equivalent of four semesters of college-level Russian. Students usually take between 12 and 18 credits per semester, 9 of which are typically in the Russian as a Second Language Program. Students are able to chose from a variety of liberal arts courses taught at Smolny College; these classes are taught in Russian. Homestays with Russian families are available.
School of Russian and Asian Studies Programs
Founded in 1996, the School of Russian and Asian Studies (SRAS) offers programs across Russia.
Students who wish to focus intensively on improving their Russian language skills should choose the Russian as a Second Language program, available in either Moscow or St. Petersburg.
The Russian Studies Abroad program offers intensive Russian language courses, but also provides opportunities to take area studies courses in English. You can apply to either Society, Business, and the Arts in St. Petersburg or Diplomacy and International Relations at MGIMO in Moscow.
The European University at St. Petersburg (EUSP) is a non-state, independent, graduate university founded in 1994 for the purpose of advancing training and research in economics, anthropology, history, political science, sociology, and art history. It is the only university in Russia which offers international study programs in English to students from North America, Western Europe, and other parts of the world. The program is open to graduate international relations students only.
The CEA Barcelona program is designed for students of all language levels who wish to take courses in English and Spanish from a wide variety of subject areas within the liberal arts and social sciences. The program offers many opportunities for students to actively engage in the local culture through in- and out-of-class activities, tours, lectures, and workshops.
At DIS Stockholm, you will choose from a range of programming options, including gender and sexuality, global economics, medical practice, psychology, neuroscience, and public health. All courses are taught in English. You will choose one core course (which includes a weeklong study tour) in your designated program and then fill your schedule with electives from any discipline. Swedish language is highly recommended but not required.