Winter 2023, Spring 2023, Summer 2023, and Fall 2023:

Education Abroad programs are being relaunched on a case-by-case basis. Applications will be conditionally accepted, based on the availability of programs. Please reach out to the Education Abroad Office with any questions about what programs are currently available, as this will change throughout the academic year.

CUNY currently requires all students studying abroad to be fully up-to-date on their COVID-19 vaccinations. This means that if you are eligible for a booster/3rd dose of the vaccine, you are required to have received it in order to go abroad. If you are not yet eligible for the booster/3rd dose, you are considered "up-to-date" if you have received the full initial series of immunizations. If you have any questions about this, please contact our office at

Please do not submit this form until you have selected a program. You submit an application for only ONE program at a time. Please bear in mind that you should have alternate program selections ready as a back-up, should your first-choice program not be running in your desired term.

Be specific in identifying your program of study and intended course of study. Once you are approved by the Education Abroad Office, you can then proceed with your application for your external program (CUNY, SUNY, USAC, CIEE, etc.).

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and you will be notified of your application status after review.

**NOTE: MOST Hunter exchange programs will not be available until Spring 2023 at the earliest. Please contact the office directly if you are interested in an exchange program!**

Exchange applications are evaluated after the deadline. Depending on volume of applicants, students will be notified 10-15 days.

Our office collaborates closely with the Office of AccessABILITY to make sure that Hunter Students with Disabilities receive reasonable accommodations necessary to enhance their stay and experience while studying abroad. Therefore, to ensure accommodations, all students with disabilities /medical conditions are advised to meet with the Office of AccessABILITY, located in E1214, to receive a letter of accommodation which will help us to verify their need and to plan accordingly. For questions and appointments with the office of AccessABILITY, please call 212-772-4857.

The principal purpose of the information requested on the application is to determine eligibility for study abroad. College policy authorizes maintenance of this information. Furnishing all information required on the application form is mandatory. Failure to provide such information may delay or even prevent your study abroad process. You have the right to review, in accordance with college policy, personal information maintained about you by contacting the office of record.