New Grants for Fall 2015 SU Abroad Destinations

IMG_1230Syracuse University Abroad is offering a $1000 grant to any student enrolling in the SU Beijing Center, SU Santiago Center, or the “Culture and Politics of Reconciliation” theme-based program in Wroclaw in Fall 2015. The application deadline for Fall 2015 is March 20, so apply now to take advantage of this addition to your financial aid package!

If you haven’t considered Beijing, Santiago, or Wroclaw, now might be the right time! Below, just a few examples of what these programs offer:

SU Beijing Center

  • Take on the challenge of understanding China today, so you can create new opportunities for yourself in the future
  • No language prerequisite
  • Study at Tsinghua University– one of China’s top-rated universities
  • Traveling Signature Seminar explores lesser-known areas of China

SU Santiago Center

  • Gain an understanding of Latin American culture and its influence on the United States and the world – travel to Argentina and Uruguay are included in the program!
  • Take in Chile’s variety of geographical landscapes: From the Andes Mountains to the glaciers of Patagonia
  • Deepen your knowledge and gain fluency in Spanish

The Culture and Politics of Reconciliation traveling program in Central Europe

  • Visit nine dynamic European cities
  • No language prerequisite
  • Understand the intricate issues surrounding reconciliation through course work, travel, and action research projects
  • Live in the beautiful and complex Wroclaw, Poland which has been named the  “European Capital of Culture 2016”

To learn more about these programs, visit or make an appointment with a SU Abroad advisor today!


SU Abroad Announces New Program in Wroclaw, Poland

ImageFall 2014 will mark the launch of a new SU Abroad program, open to students from Syracuse University and other U.S. colleges and universities.

Running in the fall semester only, The Culture and Politics of Reconciliation will offer students a special opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors across disciplines to study the urgent questions of conflict and conflict resolution, while living and studying in the exciting and beautiful city of Wroclaw, Poland (formerly Breslau, Germany)!

Are you interested in working for the UN or a NGO? The Culture and Politics of Reconciliation program is aimed to meet the interests of those eager to learn about history, political science, and the rapidly growing field of peace studies. Core courses will explore the history of East Central Europe; analyze the contemporary situation of women, LGBT people, and workers in Poland through scholarship and first hand research; and address important moral and philosophical questions.

All students will complete an action research project related to their disciplinary interests. Students will also be able to take courses, including foreign languages, at the University of Lower Silesia, the University of Wroclaw, and the University of Economics.

The application deadline for the Fall 2014 program is March 15, 2014. Applications will be available at

Be sure to stop into the SU Abroad office to get more information!