iSchool students can fulfill their Globalization Requirement through any of SU Abroad’s World Partner programs. The programs below have been established with the iSchool student in mind. These programs are more likely to offer coursework that fits into the iSchool program of study. Students thinking about a World Partner program should meet with their advisor to determine the impact on your program of study.
Telecom Bretagne offers graduate programs in Telecom, Computer Science, and Networks. The school is located on the northern coast of France in Brest. Over 40% of their students come from outside of France.
Singapore Management University occupies a state-of-the-art city campus located in the heart of Singapore's civic, cultural, and business districts. SMU is home to more than 7,000 students including the School of Information Studies.
IT University Copenhagen has a student population of 2000, with a curriculum that draws on technology, humanities, design, and business. Located only five minutes from the Copenhagen city center, Information Technology University has an enrollment of 2,000 students, one-quarter of whom are international students. IT University produces more information technology graduates than any other university in Denmark and offers a variety of research-based study programs within the field of IT. Courses in international business, software development and technology, digital innovation and management, and gaming are available to international students.
Sungkyun Kwan University is the oldest university in South Korea and offers a degree in Library and Information Science, all taught in English.
Applications for these programs are available through Syracuse University Abroad.