IEGI Updates and Resources:
International Education and Global Initiatives (IEGI) continues to provide all services for our students and partners across campus. For remote advising, please call the IEGI at 607-777-2336 or visit the IEGI Zoom Meeting Room (Monday through Friday between 1pm and 4pm). Should you be unavailable during remote advising times, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information can also be found on the Binghamton University website. Thank you for your continued patience.
International Education Week (IEW) is Back!
This year, from November 16-20, the IEGI will be celebrating IEW through a series of events focused on the importance of internationalism. We are also encouraging other groups across campus to organize their own events relating to International Education! We are collecting events and displaying them here: http://bit.ly/BingIEW2020. Check back often for new event postings!
Got an event you want to add? Contact Anna Biuso (email@example.com) to add your event to the calendar. We're looking forward to celebrating with you!
Please visit the IEGI COVID-19 FAQ page for up-to-date information regarding education abroad details.
About the Office of International Education & Global Initiatives (IEGI):
IEGI staff and student ambassadors provide advising to Binghamton University students who wish to study abroad. In addition to administering Binghamton University's education abroad programs, we support programs offered by other SUNY campuses and non-SUNY programs. IEGI currently offers more than 40 programs, and we are constantly working with departments and faculty on campus to develop new programs which will serve the evolving needs of Binghamton students.
We also work closely with International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) to support to incoming exchange students from our overseas academic partners. These visiting students come from varied locations, including the United Kingdom, South Korea, Morocco, and Germany. Binghamton University provides a welcoming environment for these students, ranging from academic advising to more general student support.
Binghamton University students have access to nearly 1,000 education abroad programs sponsored by SUNY institutions, and even have the option of looking at programs outside the SUNY system.
Incoming Exchange Students
Exchange students are full members of the Binghamton University community, and have many opportunities to enhance their understanding of the global community and to develop leadership and world citizenship skills.
Binghamton University has made a strategic commitment to enable students to explore and appreciate the global and international dimensions of knowledge and of cultures.