|Hudson Valley graduate Jessica Kornhaber spent her
semester abroad at Thames Valley University, London.
Here she is on a visit to Stonehenge.
College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS)
The College Consortium
for International Studies (CCIS) has programs that are ideal for
Hudson Valley students because it is not necessary to speak a foreign
language to participate. Courses are taught in English and students may
choose from a wide range of curricular options including liberal arts,
social sciences, human services, business and marketing, studio art and
design. Internships are also available in some countries and in some academic
disciplines. All courses are fully transferable to Hudson Valley.
First- and second-year students are welcome to apply. In recent semesters,
Hudson Valley students have studied in England, Ireland, Italy and Switzerland.
Judging from their rave reviews, it's safe to say that you may find study
abroad one of the most academically rewarding experiences of your life.
It truly offers an exciting and enriching addition to your college experience.
You can select from a variety of CCIS programs in Asia, Europe, and South
America, or from an array of SUNY-sponsored programs. Programs include
liberal arts in the bustling city of London, the thriving city of Limerick,
Ireland or "the eternal city" of Rome, Italy. For those studying
business, you may pursue courses in international business in Heidelberg,
Germany, Seville, Spain or Robina, Australia on the Gold Coast. Students
of the fine arts may take drawing and painting courses in Florence, Italy
or Aix-en-Provence, France.
State University of New York International Programs
International Programs are offered to all students within the SUNY
system. State University of New York currently offers 291 overseas study
programs in more than 51 different countries: in North and South America,
Africa, Asia, Western and Eastern Europe, Australia and New Zealand. These
programs range from 2-3 week intensive courses to an entire semester or
academic year abroad. Courses are available in more than 100 subjects,
ranging alphabetically from aboriginal studies and aerospace engineering
to western philosophy and women's studies. While many programs focus on
language learning and are conducted in the language of the host country,
others are conducted wholly or partly in English.