Architecture concentrators normally complete study abroad during the spring semester of the junior year. Students interested in study abroad should attend a meeting with the Departmental Representative and Program Coordinator early in the fall to begin planning. Students must be in good academic standing with adequate degree progress to be approved for study abroad.
Architecture majors can study abroad through a variety of programs. Below are some suggestions from your study abroad advisers:
- Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS), Copenhagen, Denmark
- Center for University Programs Abroad (CUPA), Paris, France
- Cornell in Rome, Italy
- Syracuse University Abroad in Florence, Italy
You can search for all study abroad options by visiting the Global Programs System. The Office of International Programs encourages all students interested in studying abroad to make an appointment with a study abroad adviser to discuss options.