Study Abroad with Cazenovia College

Students at Cazenovia College are encouraged to expand their college experience by taking advantage of international study opportunities. Our current study abroad opportunities include both full-semester study in England and Japan, as well as shorter duration travel during semester breaks. Students are able to earn course credit while traveling. Additionally, you can choose to use your financial aid to cover the cost of this unique opportunity.

Full-Semester International Study
Students travel to Canterbury, England
Canterbury, England

Cazenovia College students have the opportunity to spend a semester studying abroad in Canterbury, England. This program runs during the fall term. By participating in the Canterbury Program, Cazenovia students will live in, study, and explore the same city that inspired Geoffrey Chaucer. Inside the classroom, students will study an extensive variety of subject matter, including English literature and the history of Great Britain. Outside the classroom, the learning continues as students visit the very places they are studying.

Information Sessions:
January 29 at 3pm in Coleman B

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Upcoming Study Abroad Opportunities
Visit Spain!

Students experienced firsthand cultural treasures such as Picasso’s paintings, Gothic cathedrals and the fantastical architectural masterpieces of Antoni Gaudí.

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Previous Study Abroad Opportunities
Visit Poland!

Students experienced two weeks fully immersed in Polish culture while living at the Ignatianum Academy located within the old city center. Cazenovia College students were joined by students from Le Moyne College and Ignatianum Academy for a 3 credit course with a focus on leadership, SB/EN 400 Special Topic: Taking Responsibility. The course was taught in English by faculty from all three schools.

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Students travel to London and Paris!
This international study opportunity to London and Paris introduced students to two exciting European capitals. Students learned through real-life experience as they treated cities as textbooks, students "read" urban spaces as one might read a book.

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