Education Abroad

The Education Abroad Office at SUNY Oswego sends over 400 students per year on more than 80 overseas academic programs to over 30 countries. Roughly 20% of SUNY Oswego students participate in an Education Abroad program at some point during their college studies, making SUNY Oswego one of the leading campuses for study abroad in the SUNY system.

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Virtual Global Tech Programs

Students will earn six credits through distinctive projects using real world organizational examples, data, and case study approaches in such areas as: using global data, promoting digital content, web development for global audiences, and more.

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Diversity Abroad Award


SUNY Oswego wins excellence award from Diversity Abroad

"SUNY Oswego earning an Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion in International Education (EDIIE) award from Diversity Abroad reflects a campus-wide culture and efforts to support student opportunity"

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Virtual Global Programs and Internships

Apply now for Spring or Summer virtual international programs for at least 3 and up to 15 credits! Don't forget the opportunity to add a remote global internship for credit!

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We're Open, We're Online!

Start planning your next international experience now so you're ready to go! Schedule a virtual advising session with our coordinators to get started. (No walk-in hours are scheduled for Fall 2020.)

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High Rankings

The college’s efforts were recently recognized with a 12th-place national ranking for master’s universities in the most recent Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.

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Scholarship Opportunities

All students are encouraged to apply for scholarships to fund their education abroad experience. Feel free to contact the Education Abroad office with any questions you have about the available scholarships or the application process. 

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Diversity and Identity Resources

At SUNY Oswego Education Abroad, we are committed to making sure that all students are welcomed and supported in international education. Browse through more information and resources to help learn more about how to successfully navigate your own study abroad journey.

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Accepted to Another SUNY Program?

SUNY Oswego students who are participating on another SUNY school's study abroad program must register with the SUNY Oswego Education Abroad Office. 

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Oswego, NY 13126

Phone: 315.312.2118
Fax: 315.312.2447