Study Abroad through SUNY
Students may also participate in another SUNY's' Study Abroad Program. As a cohesive system of universities, we share our study abroad programs throughout. Amongst the 64 SUNY campuses there are over 600 programs available! The opportunities are endless…
Students considering study abroad through another SUNY program must contact the sponsoring SUNY campus directly for program details. Students that have been accepted to another SUNY program must click the link below to report their acceptance though the SBU study abroad portal. SBU students will be given information about the next steps in the process shortly after, which will include registration information and instructions regarding the course evaluation/approval process.
For planning purposes, students may download the SBU Learning Agreement form to start the process of obtaining course evaluations for their perspective program. This form will not be due until just prior to departure. Students must use the existing form to update any course changes/additions and upload the final version to the study abroad portal as one PDF file when prompted by the system to submit.
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