International Programs

Associated Colleges in China

Associated Colleges in China

Hamilton’s program in Beijing is among the top Chinese language programs. Students receive the support they need to gain advanced language skills, benefit from cultural opportunities and develop a first-hand understanding of China’s people, economy and educational system.

Eiffel Tower

Hamilton in France

This is a language and cultural immersion program that is small enough to provide the individual support each student needs to rise to the challenges of the experience. By the time students return to campus they progress in their academic discipline, acquire excellent linguistic proficiency, and become more informed citizens of the world.

Academic Year in Spain

Academic Year in Spain

Explore the Spanish language and culture through courses such as literature, economics, and politics. Work at an internship matched to a specific academic interest, and do it all speaking nothing but Spanish. Through these experiences and more, students finish the year with fluency in the language and confidence in their self-reliance.

Domestic Programs

Adirondack mountains

Adirondack Program

This Hamilton program combines rigorous academics with the skills and understanding gained through field work and internships in the Adirondack Park. The focus is on interdisciplinary, local environmental issues with global implications and applications.

New York City Program

New York City Program

Live, work and learn in one of the world’s premier cities and combine an internship with academic experience. Hamilton faculty directors were selected from diverse fields of expertise such as government, cultural diversity and national pluralism, international law, the arts and international finance.

Washington, D.C. Program

Washington, D.C. Program

The nation’s capital provides the perfect backdrop for this integrated program that includes a meaningful internship and a robust academic experience.


New England Center for Children (Boston)

Hamilton and the New England Center for Children sponsor this semester-long program, in which students interested in psychology and education gain practical experience by working intensively with children diagnosed with developmental disorders.

Reporting from Tanzania
Student Blog

Reporting from Tanzania

Matt Lebowitz reported on his travels in Tanzania as he took part in a political ecology and wildlife management study abroad program.

Contact Information

Office of Off-Campus Study

Christian A. Johnson 105
315-859-4022 315-859-4222
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