Study Abroad Programs and Other
News & Events
Scholarships Available for Spring 2013
Act now: OCTOBER DEADLINES!
Tuesday, October 23, 2 - 3 pm, Bouck Auditorium
Presentation and book signing by author. This young professional takes her audience on an educational and motivational journey to the other side of the world. Recognized by ForbesWomen and the New York Times.
Costa Rica: January 2 -17
Argentina: January 1 - 16
Led by SUNY Cobleskill faculty, these two-week Winter Session programs will have you soaking up the sun as you explore another culture in these beautiful countries. Scholarships available. Apply Now! Email Andrew Lucas for instructions.
Missed an event? Make an appointment to talk with Andrew Lucas, Study Abroad Coordinator, and learn about all the possibilities for study abroad firstname.lastname@example.org
(including SUNY and non-SUNY programs, international internships, volunteer, and career counseling)
GOING GLOBAL Career and Employment Resources
Interested in an international career? Want to live abroad? Going Global career and employment resources include more than 10,000 pages of constantly updated content on topics such as job search sources, work permit/visa regulations, resume writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing advice… and much more! Click on the link above.
Studying in another country during your college years can expose you to experiences and opportunities you never dreamed of. An international experience can help you:
- Gain a competitive edge in the job market or for grad school
- Learn another language fluently
- Expand your understanding of other cultures
- Gain a new perspective in your field of study
- Earn academic credit toward your degree
- Make new friends and grow as a global citizen
- See the world!
Opportunities include academic semester/year or winter/summer abroad, internships, volunteer programs, and international career counseling. SUNY Cobleskill offers several exciting programs, and as a SUNY student you have access to over 600 other options available from SUNY universities, in addition to non-SUNY programs.
To begin your exploration of international options, review the links above and make an appointment to meet with Andrew Lucas, Study Abroad Coordinator in the Office of International Education by phone, email or stopping by the office: 518-255-5556, email@example.com, 116 Bouck Hall. Please note that you MUST meet with the study abroad coordinator if you plan to study abroad.
A note about cost: Affordable opportunities exist for studying abroad. Financial aid may apply to most programs and some scholarships are available. Do not be discouraged. Review the financial aid/scholarship information above, and speak to the study abroad coordinator to review affordable possibilities.