ALBANY – SUNYand CUNY will return roughly 300 students and faculty studying abroad in five countries due to growing concerns over the spread of coronavirus. Gov. Andrew Cuomo and college officials made the announcement Wednesday,saying the study abroad programs in China,Italy,Japan,Iran and South Korea have been suspended immediately.
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What is CUNY study abroad?
CUNY Study Abroad offers students a wide range of short-term, semester and year-long programs that lead to significant cultural and academic experiences. As a CUNY student, you are eligible to participate in programs offered by your home college, or in EPermit-eligible programs offered by any CUNY college.
Do SUNY students pay for study abroad programs?
Study abroad students pay SUNY tuition (in-state or out-of-state, depending upon New York State residency) plus costs, which vary from program to program. Matriculated students at a State University of New York campus register on their home campus for programs offered at any other campus.
How do I apply for a non-CUNY study abroad program?
If you are interested in a non-CUNY program, consult the Study Abroad Office/International Education Liaison at your home campus. CUNY Study Abroad offers students a wide range of short-term, semester and year-long programs that lead to significant cultural and academic experiences.
What are CUNY international programs?
These programs consist of courses aimed toward a particular course of study and are taught by faculty of the host institution or by visiting CUNY faculty. Students usually pay tuition to the foreign institution through the sponsoring CUNY college.