Study abroad offers a great opportunity to gain a deeper perspective on a topic as well as the chance to explore new subjects as well as languages and cultures.
For information on specific courses available through this Global Learning program, go to the program’s website by following the link in the “Snapshot” section of this page.
For more information on Cornell University and college requirements for credit earned abroad as well as information on how courses and grades appear on the Cornell transcript, go to the Global Learning website.
Remember that you must study the language (or take a course in the language) of the host country when studying in a non-English speaking country for a semester or year.
On the Global Learning website you will find a list of current returned students who have agreed to share contact information, stories from students in their own words, and selections of recommended programs (“Cornell-In, “College Administered,” Global Issues, STEM-focused, Beyond Europe, or Intensive Language).