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  • Cornell University
    individual credits ANNOUNCEMENTS Mandatory Pre Departure Meetings For Fall 15 and Academic Year 15 16 Applicants General April 14 15 UK Only April 16 Rhodes Marshall Scholarship Info All Info Sessions are in 103 Barnes Hall Choose one of 6 sessions from Feb 10 March 25 Do you have a passport Your first step to study abroad Apply now for your U S Passport Learn how at Healthy Travel Cornell Abroad stays abreast of health developments throughout the world Click here for advice for your travel Bloggers posting from Abroad Follow our Cornell Abroad bloggers studying this semester in Europe Asia and Africa Program University Application Needed You will need to apply to your program directly for admission This application is for Cornell approval Ability to participate on the program remains contingent upon receiving Cornell Approval See all announcements width 8 height 10 border 0 QUICK LINKS width 8 height 10 border 0 For Parents width 8 height 10 border 0 Our Blog Journalists width 8 height 10 border 0 Facebook Fan Page width 8 height 10 border 0 For Faculty Login Cornell Users External Admin Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires

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  • Cornell University
    individual credits ANNOUNCEMENTS Mandatory Pre Departure Meetings For Fall 15 and Academic Year 15 16 Applicants General April 14 15 UK Only April 16 Rhodes Marshall Scholarship Info All Info Sessions are in 103 Barnes Hall Choose one of 6 sessions from Feb 10 March 25 Do you have a passport Your first step to study abroad Apply now for your U S Passport Learn how at Healthy Travel Cornell Abroad stays abreast of health developments throughout the world Click here for advice for your travel Bloggers posting from Abroad Follow our Cornell Abroad bloggers studying this semester in Europe Asia and Africa Program University Application Needed You will need to apply to your program directly for admission This application is for Cornell approval Ability to participate on the program remains contingent upon receiving Cornell Approval See all announcements width 8 height 10 border 0 QUICK LINKS width 8 height 10 border 0 For Parents width 8 height 10 border 0 Our Blog Journalists width 8 height 10 border 0 Facebook Fan Page width 8 height 10 border 0 For Faculty Login Cornell Users External Admin Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires

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  • Getting Started>Cornell University
    width 8 height 10 border 0 For Faculty Login Cornell Users External Admin Home Getting Started Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Financial aid applies to all approved semester year programs Cornell offers a wide array of opportunities to make a meaningful international experience a part of your Cornell education Choose to study abroad in universities improve language skills conduct fieldwork engage in service learning participate in an internship or conduct research Over 350 Approved Programs Learn more Go to a First Step Meeting Every Tuesday Friday at 2pm 250 Caldwell Hall Schedule Individual Advising with one of our Education Abroad Advisors Regions Advisor Oxford Cambridge France French speaking countries Continental Europe Middle East Asia Dr Kristen Grace Make an appointment Spain Latin America The Caribbean Alexis E Santí Make an appointment United Kingdom Ireland Africa English speaking Australia New Zealand Scandinavia Comparative programs Libby Okihiro Make an appointment Financial Aid Questions Kathy Lynch Make an appointment Or attend an information session during the first three weeks of the semester Voices from Cornell Abroad Each semester Cornell Abroad invites several students to be our blog journalists Hear

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  • Programs>Cornell University
    height 10 border 0 For Faculty Login Cornell Users External Admin Home Programs Your browser does not support JavaScript or it is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Cornell Abroad offers a wide variety of academic programs abroad that are intellectually challenging socially diverse and culturally enriching Students apply to a program and a back up if desired In the case of direct enrollment in foreign universities only one application is sent and the back up is held in reserve until needed Cornell students can study on programs run by Cornell or by other educational institutions or organizations Given the range of options early planning is important Search the extensive Education Abroad database for Cornell managed and Cornell approved programs Types of Programs Note Not all colleges approve all programs Consult the relevant College Policies and Procedures direct enrollment in top international universities program classes especially designed for study abroad students language programs at all levels directed field research or independent study academic internships service learning comparative study multiple destinations Learn more Go to a First Step Meeting Every Tuesday Friday at 2pm 250 Caldwell Hall Schedule Individual Advising with one of our Education Abroad Advisors

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  • Finances>Cornell University
    I pay Will my financial aid apply towards the cost of study abroad Short answer Yes These may be just a few of your questions Cornell Abroad works hard to make the billing and payment process as easy as possible Cost Essentially the cost of study abroad depends on what program you attend Costs vary greatly All students pay the Cornell International Program Tuition CIPT as well as a program tuition or fee The CIPT for 2014 15 is 2 500 per semester pending University Trustee approval and covers the direct and indirect costs of study abroad including the cost of financial aid Students attending direct enrollment programs in Israel and the UK pay a CIPT of 3 000 per semester The additional sum covers the services of on site coordinators employed by Cornell Abroad Students attending programs directly administered by Cornell pay a comprehensive Cornell Abroad Tuition that includes the CIPT housing and often meals Estimated Budgets Cornell Abroad prepares an estimated budget for each student which outlines charges that will be billed through the bursar system along with estimated expenses paid directly by the student Since programs vary greatly in terms of what is included in the tuition

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  • Travel Safety>Cornell University
    the Department of State designed specifically for students who plan to travel and or study abroad Among other things the site includes information about safety abroad and medical insurance for traveling abroad A Primer on Situational Awareness A great article on the varying degrees of awareness and understanding of safety and security while traveling abroad Cultural Health and Safety Advice for Women Tips on the different experiences that women may encounter when traveling abroad The World at Your Fingertips Safety Issues A helpful website in considering safety issues abroad by the Center for International Education at the University of California Irvine T RIP PLANNING Faculty Leaders have a complex task in managing a different sort of experience while abroad Coordinator of Travel Safety Alexis Santí is always available to support trip planning and management issues email link International Travel Planning Resources Look here for a checklist for travel planning information about registering your travel and information for parents of student travelers Registration is required for Cornell travel but this information may be used for educational purposes for non Cornell travel abroad Trip Leader Checklist for Travel Abroad Proper pre planning preparedness during the trip and post travel assessment is key to a safe and successful travel experience We have created a checklist to guide Download the complete checklist here Satellite Phones Some programs may need to have additional support in country and communication devices which are usable in all locations The Cornell Satellite phone vendor is Rick Vernetti L 3 Global Communications Solutions GCS Voice 585 742 9173 Fax 585 742 1914 Email rick vernetti l 3com com www globalcoms com www sat1usa com Local cell phone providers can support your trip plans by purchasing the equivalent of TRAC phones in country To use your cell phone abroad international calling plans must be in place and international rates will apply expensive Some cell phone providers in the United States provide services to unlock or purchase unlocked cell phones When arriving in country you will need to purchase a SIM card with a certain amount of credit on it to access a foreign cell provider Student Planning The U S State Department s How to Have a Safe Trip contains valuable information to consider before traveling abroad This is online at http travel state gov travel tips safety safety 1747 html You can also check their Plan Your Trip page at http travel state gov travel tips plan plan 1169 html Expect the Unexpected Even the best laid plans can go awry That is why we urge to you develop alternative plans in case things take an unexpected turn Please refer to the Crisis Management Planning section of the Travel Planning Checklist for some ideas of the kinds of situations that might arise Parents of Student Travelers Cornell understands and appreciates the concern of parents when their children are traveling abroad This suggests steps that can be taken to alleviate questions and concerns parents may experience while their students are away

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  • Resources>Cornell University
    is currently disabled This site requires JavaScript support to run properly Cornell Abroad serves a resource to students faculty and staff in the seven undergraduate colleges and across the university Our office located in 300 Caldwell Hall offers a resource library stocked with program brochures flyers and catalogues for semester and year long study abroad opportunities for undergraduates We also maintain information on related issues such as international travel volunteering

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  • About Us>Cornell University
    in 2003 email make an appointment Kathy Lynch Finance Manager Kathy is the Finance Manager of the Cornell Abroad Program and brings almost 30 years experience in the areas of financial management and study abroad to the unit Kathy has been with Cornell Abroad since its creation in the mid 1980 s She enjoys the challenges presented by working in the ever changing field of study abroad and the opportunity to work with study abroad colleagues across the globe A native of Ithaca NY Kathy and her husband Brian live in Danby with their canine companions Casey and Tyler email make an appointment Alexis E Santí Coordinator of Travel Safety Interim Program Advisor Alexis advises students on programs in Spain Latin America and the Caribbean Alexis E Santí is the Coordinator of Travel Safety for the University He handles logistical and development support for any international programs across the university as well as being a first responder in the event of a crisis abroad His work includes trouble shooting issues that may take place abroad supporting individual group travel and vetting high risk travel He supports the ITART International Travel Advisory and Response Team He is always available to discuss your personal security plan in going abroad supporting faculty and administrator travel abroad or providing pre departure orientation presentations Previously he worked in higher education at Washington University in Saint Louis Webster University George Mason University and Hobart and William Smith He has traveled and worked extensively around the world visiting over 20 countries and has lived in Spain South Korea and Romania He was a Peace Corps volunteer in Romania and returned to Romania in 2006 as a translation scholar He holds an MSW from Washington University in Saint Louis with a concentration in Social Justice and Mental Health and an MFA in creative writing from George Mason University He speaks fluent Spanish and Romanian and can say thank you over 20 languages email make an appointment Libby Okihiro Program Advisor Libby advises students on programs in the United Kingdom except Oxford and Cambridge Ireland Scandinavia Australia New Zealand Anglophone Sub Saharan Africa and Comparative multi country Programs Semester at Sea and International Honors Programs Libby enjoys working with students and encouraging them to spread their wings and experience life outside of the US She was raised and educated in Scotland and graduated with a degree in education After teaching for several years in Scotland she became a volunteer with IVS International Voluntary Service which is based in Geneva Switzerland and taught in Botswana at a teachers training college in Lobatsi She returned to Botswana for a second time to help conduct research for over a year on the Bakwena people in villages on the edge of the Kalahari Desert Libby has been fortunate to visit many countries in Europe Asia and Africa and continues to enjoy travelling Ithaca is the coldest but one of the friendliest places she has ever lived email make an appointment Ann Hoover Program

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