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Students at ILR can learn in other countries through a variety of programs, some of which are exclusively designed for ILR students.
ILR International Exchange Programs in England and Australia
Study at the Warwick Business School at Warwick University in England or at the University of New South Wales in Australia for one semester or a full year. These programs are open only to ILR students. Courses focus on industrial and labor relations, human resource management and organizational behavior.
ILR/UCD Semester in Dublin Program
Spend a semester studying at the Quinn School of Business at the University College Dublin, one of the premier higher education institutions in Europe. Specifically for ILR students, this experience provides an opportunity to enhance understanding of international dimensions in the field of industrial and labor relations through courses taught by leading scholars. The curriculum emphasizes current work and workplace issues affecting the European Union.
Global Service Learning in India
A new partnership between the ILR School and Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM), combines a cultural and community service learning experience during the summer. Students who participate earn academic credit.
SVYM, a nonprofit organization founded in 1984, focuses on improving the quality of life for underprivileged sections of society in India. SVYM focuses on multiple sectors including health, education, community development and training, research, advocacy and consultancy in the Mysore District of Karnataka, India. Students are placed in service projects at SVYM sites.
Cornell Abroad offers all Cornell undergraduates a variety of academic programs around the world. Programs include classes at a foreign university, field study or research, an internship, a service placement, or a combination of these opportunities.