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Program

Southeast Asia Program

Earn two semesters of language credit at SEASSI this summer!
Study Abroad Opportunity

Southeast Asia Program

Study Indonesian language and culture in Salatiga, Indonesia.
Study Abroad Opportunity

South Asia Program

Ashoka University is a leading liberal arts university in Sonipat, India, serving 4,500 domestic and international students. As a Cornell Global Hubs partner, Ashoka fosters high-impact opportunities and international exchange for Cornell students.
Seminar

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Resiliencia desde América Latina y el Caribe: “Crisis, Resistance, and Adaptation” LACS Conference 16-17 February 2024
Major

South Asia Program

A major in Asian Studies is rewarding for students of all backgrounds, as the global presence of Asia becomes ever more visible.
Minor

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

LACS welcomes Cornell graduates in all fields of study who are interested in studying and conducting research in Latin America or the Caribbean to apply for the Latin American studies minor.  Graduate Requirements You can earn a graduate minor in Latin American studies by completing the following simple requirements:
Program

Institute for European Studies

The Institute for European Studies aims to become a focal point at Cornell for an interdisciplinary European Studies research community. Twelve graduate students from various disciplines have been accepted as fellows for 2024-25.
Study Abroad Opportunity

South Asia Program

Are you interested in the intersection of mental health and culture, global health, and community engagement? Do you want to gain field research skills and learn about indigenous communities in South India’s beautiful and fragile Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve?
Minor

Southeast Asia Program

A minor in Asian studies is an excellent way for students in any major to supplement their main course of study.
Program

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

Join our team of undergraduate Migrations scholars to promote the study of migration at Cornell University.