International partner representatives from the United Kingdom, Belize, Costa Rica and Egypt, as well as representatives from other SUNY campuses, will showcase their international programs at a Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 29.
Sponsored by the College’s James M. Clark Center for International Education, it will be held from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Corey Union lower level, Dragon Court Hallway. The fair is free and open to the campus community. Funding and scholarship information will be available.
Study abroad allows students to explore the world for a summer, winter session, semester, or a year while earning credit. Students may choose from more than 500 SUNY programs, virtually anywhere in the world, in a range of disciplines. Students may attend a college or university, participate in an internship, student teach, or join a short-term specialized program.
Students who study abroad describe their experiences as life changing. Surveys that have explored the long-term impact on a student’s personal, professional, and academic life show that the experience positively influences their career paths, world-view and self-confidence.
For more information, contact the James M. Clark Center for International Education by e-mail or by phone at (607) 753-2209.