Whatever your goals for education abroad, there is a program right for you, and our office is here to help you through the process, from choosing a program to returning to Binghamton after your fabulous experience abroad.You can study abroad any time from the summer after your freshman year, to the summer after your senior year: start making your plans for education abroad NOW by researching programs and funding opportunities!
While studying abroad you can..
Take classes for your major, or explore new fields of study
Learn a new language or improve existing language skills
Gain a competitive edge in the job market or for graduate school
Develop intercultural knowledge and abilities
Do field work or an internship in another country
Gain a new perspective on your field of study
Develop independence and self-reliance
Explore commonalities and differences between cultures
Binghamton University, a member institution of Generation Study Abroad which aims to increase the number of U.S. students who study abroad, currently sponsors over 40 active study-abroad and exchange programs in a wide variety of locations and fields — and new programs are constantly being developed.In addition, Binghamton students have access to the nearly 900 study-abroad programs sponsored by SUNY institutions, and even have the option of looking at programs outside the SUNY system. There are programs in every field, on every continent, so start exploring your options!
Want to stay closer to home? Check out the opportunities through the National Student Exchange.
Click here to learn about how you can also participate in other SUNY programs or non-SUNY programs.
Do you already know that you will be studying abroad on another SUNY or non-SUNY program? Please complete the appropriate corresponding application below. This should be completed AFTER you have been accepted to your program. This will ensure that you receive some very important information from us. Thank you!
Students who have previously been convicted of a felony are advised that this may impede your ability to study abroad or participate in an internship. Students who have concerns about such matters are advised to contact staff with the Office of International Education and Global Initiatives.