Syracuse Abroad ranked 9th Best Study Abroad Program – Syracuse University News

Syracuse Abroad has once again been recognized as one of the country’s best study abroad programs, with Syracuse checking in at No. 9 according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings for 2022-23.
Each year, U.S. News & World Report compiles a list of the top 40 study abroad programs in the country, and Syracuse Abroad climbed two spots in this year’s rankings.
Syracuse University Abroad students in Madrid during a semester abroad.
Syracuse Abroad programs have been recognized for their academic excellence and valuable intercultural experiences, fostering student growth and immersion. The University’s prestigious study abroad ranking is largely due to its five study abroad center programs and award-winning featured program in Central Europe, along with annual summer and short-term program options for students and extensive World Partner programs.
Students who choose Syracuse Abroad programs prepare to imagine the world differently through invaluable internships, thought-provoking travel seminars, language study at all levels, homestay experiences and community engagement projects. Coupled with rigorous academic programs and cultural immersion experiences, Syracuse Abroad programs provide students with exploration, self-discovery and professional development opportunities.
Syracuse University Abroad students in Puerta Alcala during a semester abroad.
Syracuse Abroad centers in Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, Chile and France are recognized for their quality academic programs across professional and liberal arts disciplines, specialized faculty, and superior student services.
Each center is managed by an academic director along with multicultural support staff, and has close ties with local universities which allow students to participate in programs that correlate to their academic interests and language abilities.
Syracuse Abroad also revamped and revitalized its study abroad programs after the pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a pioneer in innovative practices and a leader in the field, teams on campus and overseas developed comprehensive health and safety measures to support the student experience abroad. Since 2021, over 2,000 students have participated in a study abroad program during the semester and summer terms.
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