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Syracuse Abroad Hosts Annual Study Abroad Week Sept. 11-15
It’s time to gear up for another year of excitement and exploration around the globe. Syracuse Abroad welcomes all Syracuse University students to explore study abroad options for spring 2024 and beyond during this year’s Syracuse Abroad Week.
Syracuse Abroad Week, Sept. 11-15: Students, partners, faculty and families are invited to join a variety of virtual events to learn more about study abroad programs. Throughout the week, Syracuse Abroad staff will host information sessions on Zoom discussing program options, financing study abroad, internship opportunities and more. To view and register for information sessions, visit the schedule of Syracuse Abroad Week events.
Syracuse Abroad on the Quad, Sept. 13: Students, campus partners and faculty are invited to visit the Syracuse Abroad tent on Shaw Quad on Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to learn about options for international study and explore more than 100 programs in 60 different countries. The first 44 guests to arrive will receive an exclusive Syracuse Abroad tote bag.
In the event of rain, the event will be held in Goldstein Auditorium.
Students, be sure to grab your event passport when you arrive. Travel to tables throughout the tent to meet with program advisors, representatives from World Partner programs and Global Ambassadors to learn more about study abroad opportunities. Receive a stamp at designated tables and once your passport is completed, enter for a chance to win Syracuse Abroad swag items.
“Syracuse Abroad on the Quad is the perfect opportunity for students to get an early start on planning their global experience.” says Nicole Collins, director of strategic partnerships and outreach for Syracuse Abroad. This event is ideal for first-year students who are interested in learning more about study abroad opportunities available to them at the University.
“With dozens of programs and global representatives under one tent, students can explore unique courses, internships and opportunities that will launch not only a lifetime love of travel but will provide students with invaluable skills to achieve professional and personal goals,” says Collins.
While at Syracuse Abroad on the Quad, learn more about:
- Syracuse Abroad Center programs in Florence, London, Madrid, Strasbourg, Santiago and featured fall-only program, Exploring Central Europe;
- World Partner programs with representatives from partner programs, including CEA (programs in Czech Republic, Italy and Spain), DIS (programs in Denmark and Sweden), Amideast (programs in Jordan and Morocco), SIT (programs in India and Africa), Sea Education Association and many other universities around the globe;
- Summer and short-term programs taking place in 2024;
- Financial assistance available for students studying abroad; and
- Program alumni experiences abroad from Syracuse Abroad Global Ambassadors.
Spring 2024 Abroad
Students can apply now for spring 2024 programs. The application deadline is Oct. 1, and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Some spring 2024 programs have already reached capacity, so students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Syracuse Abroad is committed to making study abroad a reality for students seeking academic opportunities beyond their home campus. There are many financial assistance opportunities for undergraduate Syracuse University students participating in study abroad programs, including need and merit based awards, and travel assistance grants.
Spring 2024 students studying at Syracuse Santiago and Syracuse Strasbourg will receive a $2,000 location grant, automatically applied to program costs. To learn more about awards and grants, visit Grants and Aid for SU Students.
For more information about spring programs, students can schedule an appointment with an international program advisor or make a general advising appointment to explore options. General advising sessions take place at SyracuseAbroad@Bird, located in Bird Library, Room 002 or virtually over Zoom.