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The choice to study abroad is exciting and a little bit daunting. We are here to help you learn more about study abroad opportunities, navigate the application process, and provide the necessary support to ensure you are prepared for international travel and living abroad.

Whatever your major, your budget, your dreams: You can make it happen, and we are here to guide you. Before you know it, you’ll be stepping off a plane and into an exciting adventure!

Drop-in Hours

The Education Abroad team is conducting business and advising remotely until further notice. While we won’t be holding regular drop-in hours or in-person appointments right now, our advisors are eager and excited to help you explore study abroad opportunities, navigate the application process and provide support to your global learning journey.

Appointments

Appointments will be conducted remotely either by phone or Zoom. Schedule your individual appointment through our online tool using the link below each advisor’s name.

Not sure where to start? Do you have more general questions about the process? Email us at abroad@cornell.edu and an advisor will reach out to you! Follow up may include setting an appointment to help you chart your path.

As you explore opportunities and your own academic, professional and personal reasons for studying abroad, we encourage you to consider and share with us the following:

  1. What’s your college and what are you studying/interested in?
  2. What program characteristics are you seeking?
  3. Are you interested in classroom learning, field-based, internship and/or research opportunities abroad?
  4. How do you want to bridge your studies to the experience?
  5. When do you want to study abroad and where might you like to go?
  6. Reason for appointment (how can we help you?)

Meet The Advisors

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Connect With Returned Students

We have compiled a list of students who have returned from their time abroad—and who are willing to be contacted by students who are considering programs. Reach out to them. You’ll see how many will passionately encourage you to study abroad.

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