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Study Abroad Programs

SUNY Oneonta offers several exchange programs through the Office of International Education.  Oneonta students also have access to over 1,000 study abroad programs within the SUNY network.  All programs carry academic standing and eligibility requirements.  Programs vary in duration, scope, and purpose to intriguing places around the world.  Courses taken abroad are offered in English or other languages, depending on the overseas institution, and may be transferred back into the student’s academic program for college credit.  Financial aid is available for qualified applicants but early planning is key to a successful experience abroad. 

Studying abroad is a life changing experience that exposes the individual to a variety of viewpoints while growing personally and professionally.  Students traveling abroad gain valuable insights as they meet the challenges of a competitive economy and diversified world. 

Throughout the year, SUNY Oneonta hosts a Study Abroad Fair and a variety of workshops on campus.  The Office of International Education invites students to explore their world for the enriching experiences studying abroad offers.   The Office of International Education continues to grow its overseas partner programs; thus, students are encouraged to check the OIE’s website for updates routinely.

For information on study abroad programs, contact the Office of International Education.

The Office of International Education

Study Abroad Coordinator

103 Alumni Hall

Oneonta, New York 13820

(607) 436-3369

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