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Xiamen, China: May 15-26, 2017

Join Professor Yang Song on a trip to the coastal city of Xiamen, China. Tour local manufacturing plants, visit ancient temples and world-class museums, explore scenic Gulangyu island, and attend seminars at Xiamen University, what some have called the most beautiful college campus in China. 

Trip cost: $500. Financial aid available.
Application deadline: February 27, 2017.
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For more information, contact Susan Light at slight@colgate.edu.

Study Abroad and Experiential Learning

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Scholar Programs

Colgate also features scholars programs, selective upon application to Colgate, that provide opportunities for Colgate's top admitted students to learn and conduct research across the globe.


Bringing the World to Campus

International Student Services
Colgate actively recruits students from all over the world to live and learn in the campus community. The Office of International Student supports the needs and experiences of students from outside the United States. International student services
Student exchanges
Colgate enriches its campus by inviting international students to visit through multiple semester-long exchange programs. Student Exchanges
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A Global Curriculum

The Colgate curriculum drives students to assess their classroom learning and reading in the context of an increasingly global society. The Core Curriculum is designed to build all the skills students need to be global citizens and includes a Global Engagements requirement within a student's major or minor.

Languages to Study


Keck Center

The Keck Center in Lawrence Hall is a high-tech space for the exploration of language and culture, promoting global perspectives in education. Visit the Keck Center
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Center for International Programs

With so many unique opportunities for students to engage globally, the Center for International Programs serves as a coordinator and facilitator across the campus. Featuring a state-of-the-art space in the heart of the academic quad, all are encouraged to visit or contact us to learn more.

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