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Explore the world with Projects Abroad! Participants can engage in fulfilling work both inside the classroom and out through teaching, internships, volunteering, conservation, care, sports, and more projects. Customize your own trip by selecting the number of week and amount of credit you'd like to receive.

City, Country 

Varies - Locations available in 28 countries

Session 

Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall

Dates

Varies based on placement and number of credit hours desired

Requirements

2.5 GPA

Application Deadline

Summer Admission: April 1st

Fall Admission: April 15th

Please submit the following by the above deadline:

The Course Approval Form (due May 1st) is to be submitted by SUNY Cortland students only.
Non-Cortland students must speak with their home campus study abroad office for information on the course approval process.

Non-Cortland students must return completed Judicial Review and Code of Conduct forms along with the SUNY application.

Travel Information

Flight arranged by the participant. Upon arrival, the participant will be welcomed by Projects Abroad staff and taken to their placement.

Program Costs Costs vary based on the length of program and credits desired. Please contact the International Programs Office for more information.

Accepted students will receive an updated budget as a part of their acceptance packet.

Program Course Information

Participants are given the opportunity to volunteer, teach, study languages, and intern in the following countries:

Argentina
Bolivia
Cambodia
China
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Fiji
Ghana
India
Jamaica
Kenya
Mexico
Moldova
Mongolia
Morocco
Nepal
Peru
Phillippines
Romania
Samoa
Senegal
South Africa
Sri Lanka
Tanzania
Thailand
Togo
Vietnam

Accommodations Varies based on placement
Student Mentors  
Contact

SUNY Cortland Study Abroad Advisor, Gonda Gebhardt