Study Abroad Programs

Study Abroad Programs

Experiencing college study in another country broadens your horizons and prepares you to take your place in the global marketplace.  Utica College currently offers study abroad programs in 23 countries from all parts of the globe. Courses at most programs are offered in English, although many programs also offer the opportunity to study in the language of the country.  To start exploring your options, download the complete list of programs, click on one of the following countries:  Australia, EgyptFinland, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Northern IrelandPeru, PolandScotland, Spain (Barcelona), UruguayWales, or explore programs offered by CIS Abroad.

Once you have an idea of where you want to go or what you want to study, please book an appointment with an advisor at Your advisor can help you compare program costs, find courses related to your major, and explain your housing options while studying abroad.

Ready to apply?  Download the application packet. (Note: UC login required) Deadlines are March 1 for summer & fall; October 1 for spring.


Foreign Language study at Utica CollegeStudy abroad is open to all junior, and senior students in good academic standing. Juniors with a GPA of 2.5 or higher and sophomores with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, regardless of major are eligible. While some majors may be highly structured and more restrictive, study abroad is still possible with early planning.  Students can choose to study during the fall or spring semester of the academic year or over the summer. Study abroad during the final, graduation semester is discouraged, but may be possible under certain circumstances. Disciplinary history will also be checked and considered when reviewing their application. 

Students may enroll in courses that fulfill their general education Core, major, minor or elective credit.  

Students participating in an approved Utica College program will retain any financial aid and scholarship awards.  Utica College students studying abroad will be registered for 12 credits of FST380/490 during their time abroad.  Upon return to campus and presentation of their transcript, their record will be updated to reflect the specific courses, grades and credits earned while abroad. Grades earned in study abroad programs are included in GPA calculations.

The Office of International Education will assist students in finalizing admission for the study abroad program of their choice. Students will also meet with their Academic Advisor or Success Coach for assistance and approval in selecting classes to be taken while abroad.

Study Abroad Programs

Aberystwyth University - Wales, United Kingdom

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Abo Akademi University - Finland

Explore Abo Akademi's programs.

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American University in Cairo - Egypt

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Australia Catholic University (ACU)
Campuses in Brisbane, Melville, and Sydney

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Florence University of the Arts, Italy

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IAU - Aix en Provence, France and Barcelona, Spain

Explore IAU in Aix en ProvenceExplore IAU in Barcelona

Jagiellonian University- Krakow, Poland 

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Kansai Gaidai University - Hirakata, Japan

Explore Kansai Gaidai University's Asian Studies Program.

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Lingnan University - Hong Kong, China

Explore Lingnan University's programs. 
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Strathclyde University - Glasgow, Scotland

Explore the University of Strathclyde's exchange programs.
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Ulster University - Belfast & 3 other cities, Northern Ireland

Explore Ulster's exchange programs.
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Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) - Lima, Peru 

All courses are taught in Spanish.

Explore UPC's exchange programs.

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University College Dublin, Ireland

Explore UCD's study abroad programs.
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Universidad de Montevideo - Uruguay

Explore Montevideo's Exchange Programs.

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University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

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CIS Abroad - Multiple Countries

Contact Us

Deborah Wilson-Allam

Deborah Wilson-Allam

Executive Director
Office of International Education
Room 252, White Hall
(315) 792-3082

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