Cornell Abroad

The field of Industrial and Labor Relations is situated within a highly globalized and increasingly complex system of international markets, economies, organizations and people. Study abroad provides students with an understanding of the larger global workplace. Whether your interests are workers' rights, comparative labor or cultural-organizational behavior, the experience will serve as an integral component to your ILR education.

The Cornell Abroad office administers non-exchange semester- or year-long study abroad (whether through direct enrollment, third-party providers or Cornell Abroad-managed programs). Hundreds of options have been approved by ILR and are available to choose from depending on the student's academic and professional goals.

Schedule an appointment with Kevin F. Harris, Sr. Associate Director of Student Services (kfh4@cornell.edu) to discuss degree progress/eligibility, international study program interests, course selection and application approval process.