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Study abroad

SUNY Oswego offers a multitude of semester and year-long study abroad opportunities in Europe, Asia,and Latin America. Immerse yourself in another culture and enhance your fluency in a target language. The college offers many scholarships to help cover flight costs for majors.]


GETGO grant
The global experience travel grant from Oswego is an award specifically designed to encourage, support and promote student travel abroad to countries where languages other than English are spoken. The primary purpose of such travel abroad shall be for study or work/internships.

Contact: Modern Languages and Literatures Department.


Margaret C. Nation Scholarship
This scholarship is for the study of French in the overseas program in Paris. Candidates for this award will be evaluated on academic achievement and must have completed one academic year prior to the year in which the award is to be made. Nomination and selection are made by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures faculty. Amount may vary from year to year.

Contact: Modern Languages and Literatures Department or Dr. Susan Bertonneau.

Modern Languages and Literatures French Scholarship
This scholarship is established to help provide financial support for senior or junior level French majors who demonstrate excellence in their field. The annual award will be $1,000 for one recipient or $500 for two recipients. The student(s) are nominated by a member of the scholarship committee or faculty member based on merit and need.

Contact: Modern Languages and Literatures Department or Dr. Lenuta Giukin.