Study Abroad

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SUNY Ulster and the Office of Academic Travel offers students, adult learners, veterans and community members alike the opportunity to experience education in a global classroom and gain a broader perspective.

Life Adventures Start Here

SUNY Ulster offers 3 ways to participate in Study Abroad

  • COIL - Collaborative Online International Learning

    • Through short projects, you have the opportunity to collaborate with an international partner building technical skill and earning credit in a variety of subject matter at no additional tuition fee while you are here on the SUNY Ulster campus.COIL foster’s cross cultural competence through multicultural learning linking a variety of courses and international schools together via the internet and social media on a global level.

  • Short Term Study Abroad

    • SUNY Ulster is a leader in Short Term Study abroad programs for Community Colleges.  Short Term Study Abroad classes will earn you credits towards your degree and run 2 weeks to 17 days and are offered during the summer and winter sessions.  Classes are instructor developed and lead, with attention to one to one learning and based on the personal expertise of the instructor and subject matter.

  • Semester or Full year Study Abroad

    • We have access to opportunities for studying and travel across the globe for a half and full semester. The Office of Academic Travel assists students in researching programs, making connections and filling out applications.

Study abroad is fun, exciting and offers genuine experiential learning guaranteed to help you grow academically and globally.  Financial aid or scholarship money may be available.

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Go Wherever SUNY Goes

SUNY Ulster Community College is one of  the 64 State University Schools of the New York public school system, we offer our students, adult learners, veterans and community members Study Abroad opportunities in over 400 programs in more than 60 different countries with linkages to more than 200 overseas institutions in:

  • North and South America

  • Africa

  • Asia

  • Western and Eastern Europe

  • Australia

  • New Zealand

  • And more!

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Whether you plan on transferring to a four-year college or university, jump starting your career or boosting your resume; study abroad with SUNY Ulster and the Office of Academic Travel offers the opportunity to experience education in a global classroom.

For more information contact:

Chris Seubert
Program Coordinator of Academic Travel


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State University of New York Study Abroad Guide 2014





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