Study Abroad

Study abroad information

We work closely with the Office of International Programs (OIP) and advise students on the best study abroad program for them. Study abroad courses at an approved institution can count toward the courses for the major and minor. Many of our study abroad programs offer the opportunity for internships while abroad. Binghamton University is part of the National Student Exchange, where our students can take courses at other universities (a significant number of them being in Romance language countries), thus decreasing the cost of study abroad.

Interested students must meet with an adviser to have their course selection pre-approved. If you do not know who your adviser is, or need to have an adviser assigned, please contact the RLL department administrative assistant Sonnie Day.

Programs sponsored by the department of Romance Languages:


Binghamton University offers scholarships and grants to students attending specific study programs each summer and semester term. For eligibility criteria and application materials, please contact the Office of International Programs, and see our section on scholarships, or visit our Department's Office.