Course travels to China to study economic growth

Todd Knoop's macroeconomics seminar studied China's rapid growth during a block-long tour of the country in December. Tiffany Monreal '14 captured her impressions of the experience through a photo essay. Read More

Students explore 17 Chicago museums and related careers

Boren Scholarship helps Voas study Arabic abroad

Literature course explores Dante’s world in Italy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

International & Off-Campus Studies

Whether you want to study abroad for a block or a year, you're a language novice or a pro, Cornell offers a program that will allow you to get off-campus while fulfilling your academic and personal goals.

There are three ways to study off-campus at Cornell:

1. Take one of Cornell's block-long off-campus courses.

2. Study through a Cornell affiliate institution for as little as a block or as long as a year.

3. Choose an unaffiliated program to match your needs.

Questions? Please start with our list of frequently asked questions or contact Kimberly Cullen to make an appointment or ask for assistance.


Students Win Prestigious National Awards

The Office of International and Off-Campus Studies is pleased to share that two Cornell students, Kayla Jeannene Clark and Yesenia Hernandez, are the recipients of the prestigious Gilman Award. The Gilman Award is a selective grant which funds overseas study.

Kayla Jeannene Clark, an English and International Relations major, will study Middle-Eastern and Arabic language studies in Jordan this fall through the ACM Jordan program.

Yesenia Hernandez, a double major in Human Rights and Religion, will study Human Rights this fall through the SIT: International Honors Program in New York City, Nepal, Chile, and Jordan.

Hana Martin, a Secondary Education and Spanish major, was selected as alternate for the Gilman Award. Hana will study this fall in Granada, Spain through CCA.

New Language Software

The library has purchased a new language software available to students, faculty, and staff. Mango is an online language tool for learning the basics of a new language. Contact the library for help and more details.