SUNY Oneonta offers a huge variety of International Programs through the SUNY International Office and through the Foreign Languages and Literatures Department.
The Department offers three options for study abroad: the programs provided by the SUNY International Office, its own faculty led off campus courses, as well as the Academia Latinoamericana in Quito, Ecuador, where Carol Dean established a partnership. Students are encouraged to spend a semester or a year abroad, for which appropriate course credit is granted. Summer study abroad may also receive course credit. Additionally, the Department offers faculty led off campus courses in Spanish- and French-speaking countries, with two recent trips to San Andres, Colombia (Spring 2012 and Spring 2014), and a trip to Paris, France (Spring 2013).
Students are encouraged to apply to the Gilman Scholarship Program for a scholarship designed for undergraduate study abroad. This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding to participate in study and intern abroad programs worldwide.
The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures offers faculty led off campus courses in Spanish- and French-speaking countries, with a recent trip to San Andrés, Colombia (Spring 2012) and a future trip to Paris, France (Spring 2013).
SAN ANDRES, COLOMBIA, SPRING 2012
A PARISIAN CELEBRATION, PARIS AND PROVENCE, FRANCE, SPRING 2013
San Andres 2014 Blog: http://suny-oinsanandres2014.blogspot.com/