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International Fair

International Fair 2020
 

Our annual International Fair showcases Cornell’s global opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Explore the virtual fair on September 8 and find out about international majors and minors, language study, fellowships, internships, study abroad, exchanges, service learning, and more. 

This year's fair will be a Zoom event, with each virtual table set up as a Zoom meeting. Register now to receive an email containing links and access information for all virtual tables.

During the event, you'll be able to come and go from each table whenever you like. To join a new table, simply close out of your current table, then click the link for the table you wish to join. If you are not able to join the event synchronously, the confirmation email will also contain contact information for all participating units. Video clips and other resources will be available after the International Fair.

We invite you to drop by the Einaudi Center table at noon for a welcome message and introductory programming about how to get the most out of the fair and how to internationalize your studies at Cornell. We will also have an information desk available throughout the event, in case you have general questions or need help navigating the fair.

Register now for the International Fair


Event Schedule

12:00–12:30

Presentation

Colorful flags from a variety of countries
Video: Welcome from Einaudi Center Director

12:30–1:00

Presentations

  • East Asia Program

    • Overview and funding information; Open Q&A
    • Visitors may also catch a musical performance by a K-pop, boy band or Chinese shadow-puppets! We will be sharing clips from our cultural videos throughout the day.

  • Education Abroad, Office of Global Learning
    • Overview of study abroad at Cornell, programs, financial aid and general Q&A
  • Language Resource Center
    • Overview of language study at Cornell
    • LRC events and programs
    • General Q&A
  • Southeast Asia Program (SEAP)
    • Overview of Southeast Asian language options and general Q&A

Open Q&A

  • CALS International Opportunities
  • Cornell Career Services
  • Cornell Cinema
  • Cornell in Washington
  • Cornell University Library
  • East Asia Program
  • Emerging Markets Institute
  • Global Health Program
  • ILR International Programs
  • Institute for African Development
  • Institute for European Studies
  • International Travel Health and Safety
  • Language Expansion Program
  • Language Resource Center
  • Latin American Studies Program
  • Office of Global Learning
  • Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies
  • South Asia Program
  • Translator Interpreter Program

1:00–1:30

Presentations

  • East Asia Program

    • Overview and funding information; Open Q&A
  • Education Abroad, Office of Global Learning
    • Hear from study abroad student alumni and ask questions about their experience
  • Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
    • Fulbright Program
    • Grants, Fellowships, and Internships
  • Global Health Program
  • Southeast Asia Program (SEAP)
    • Words from SEAP Director Abby Cohn
    • Chat with current SEAP students, virtual tour of Kahin Center

Open Q&A

  • CALS International Opportunities
  • Cornell Career Services
  • Cornell Cinema
  • Cornell in Washington
  • Cornell University Library
  • East Asia Program
  • Global Development
  • ILR International Programs
  • Institute for African Development
  • Institute for European Studies
  • International Travel Health and Safety
  • Language Expansion Program
  • Language Resource Center
  • Latin American Studies Program
  • Office of Global Learning
  • Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies
  • South Asia Program
  • Translator Interpreter Program

1:30–2:00

Open Q&A

Global Cornell and Sponsoring Organization Virtual Tables

 

All Participating Units

  • CALS International Opportunities

  • Comparative Literature
  • Comparative Muslim Societies Program
  • Cornell Career Services
  • Cornell Cinema
  • Cornell in Washington
  • Cornell University Library
  • East Asia Program
  • Education Abroad, Office of Global Learning
  • Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
  • Emerging Markets Institute
  • Global Development
  • Global Health Program
  • Institute for African Development
  • Institute for European Studies
  • ILR International Programs
  • Institute of Politics and Global Affairs
  • International Travel Health and Safety
  • Language Expansion Program
  • Language Resource Center
  • Latin American Studies Program
  • Migrations: A Global Grand Challenge
  • Office of Engagement Initiatives
  • Peace Corps
  • Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies
  • South Asia Program
  • Southeast Asia Program
  • Translator-Interpreter Program
 

Languages Offered at Cornell

  • Akkadian

  • American Sign Language*
  • Arabic
  • Arabic (Quranic)
  • Bengali
  • Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
  • Burmese*
  • Cayuga
  • Chinese (Classical)
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • Czech*
  • Dutch*
  • Finnish
  • French*
  • German
  • Greek (Ancient)
  • Hebrew (Biblical)
  • Hebrew (Modern)
  • Hieroglyphic Egyptian
  • Hindi
  • Hungarian
  • Indonesian
  • Italian*
  • Japanese
  • Kannada
  • Khmer
  • Korean*
  • Latin
  • Nepali
  • Old Norse
  • Pali
  • Persian/Farsi
  • Polish
  • Portuguese*
  • Punjabi*
  • Romanian
  • Russian*
  • Sanskrit
  • Sinhala
  • Spanish*
  • Sumerian
  • Swahili/KiSwahili*
  • Tagalog/Filipino*
  • Tamil
  • Thai*
  • Tibetan (Classical)
  • Tibetan (Modern)
  • Turkish*
  • Ugaritic
  • Ukrainian*
  • Urdu
  • Vietnamese
  • Wolof
  • Yiddish
  • Yoruba
  • Zulu/isiZulu*

*These languages will have instructors available to answer your questions. Feel free to inquire about any language at the virtual table of the Language Resource Center or the appropriate area studies program. (Language list is subject to change)