ILR International Programs encourages all students to gain international experience while at Cornell through study, internships, research, or service learning abroad. The ILR School supports this process through small grants and international advising.
Each year the ILR School welcomes students from around the world to study in both the undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Their diversity in culture, language, and life experiences enriches not only academic exchange but the Cornell community as a whole.
Please explore this web site and discover some of the many resources available to you to become more involved in international studies or activities at ILR, across campus and abroad.
International Opportunities at the ILR School
ILR International Exchanges – For ILR undergraduates, including transfer students, to study at Warwick Business School, Warwick University, England or at the University of New South Wales, Australia for a term or full-year. This is a tuition-neutral exchange so student pays Cornell tuition while abroad. Exchange programs are administered in the International Programs Office located in 117 Ives Hall East. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
ILR International Travel Grants – Grants for ILR undergraduate and graduate students to support educational and research activities that enhance the student's international experiences. These are offered once each semester.
ILR Credit Internships – An opportunity for ILR juniors and seniors to gain professional experience, international or domestic setting, while earning ILR credits.
Service Learning – A course-based or co-curricular form of cross-cultural, experiential education for graduate and undergraduate students.
ILR/UCD Dublin – An opportunity for ILR undergraduates to spend a semester at UCD Dublin studying international dimensions of the field of industrial and labor relations.
Cornell Abroad – Cornell Abroad program gives students an opportunity to spend a semester or academic year of study abroad while earning credit towards an undergraduate degree.