Significant international experience awaits you at some of the best management schools around the world! A cooperative arrangement between the State University of New York campuses allows you to choose a study-abroad program from AACSB-accredited business schools and other top business programs around the world. For these programs, you can obtain credit approvals from Binghamton University as well as retain access to your financial aid.
To learn more about these opportunities, visit the home page of the SUNY campus Office of International Programs which sponsors the program that interests you as well as the home page of the corresponding university. Then, be sure to follow up by making an advising appointment with Brian Perry (AA-142), attending a general information session in Binghamton University’s Office of International Programs (OIP), and making an advising appointment with an OIP study abroad advisor by calling 777-2336 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SOM faculty strongly encourages you to include a study-abroad experience in your undergraduate education. We advise you to start early in exploring the international opportunities available through Binghamton University and the entire SUNY system. Because the usual courses to be taken abroad are language and cultural, it is common to undertake this sort of study abroad in the sophomore year, especially in the spring semester. Details on more than 250 programs offered by the various SUNY schools are available from the Office of International Programs, located in NAR-G1.
Because management coursework is only accepted from business schools at top foreign universities, SOM is developing relationships with the institutions so that our students can take management coursework while studying abroad.
Currently, SOM students may take such coursework at AACSB-accredited universities around the world through SUNY.
- Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago - SUNY Plattsburgh - requires advanced knowledge of Spanish
- Korea University, Seoul - University at Buffalo - some courses in English; otherwise requires fluency in Korean
- Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey - SUNY Oswego - requires advanced knowledge of Spanish
- University of Glasgow, Scotland – University at Albany
- University of Warwick, Coventry, England – College at Brockport
Other approved international
- University of Leipzig - taught in German
- Yon-sei University - some courses in English; otherwise requires fluency in Korean
- American University of Rome - all instruction in English
Study abroad in business at foreign universities other than those shown above requires prior approval from the School of Management Advising Office.