About the Program:
The SUNY Global Engagement Program in New York City provides students with the opportunity to spend a semester immersed in international affairs in the world’s most important global city. Enrolled students do an internship with one of many international organizations along with an integrated class and research program providing a full semester’s worth of credits and a truly unique educational experience.
Housed at the SUNY Global Center and coordinated by SUNY New Paltz Center for International Programs and the Department of Political Science and International Relations, this program offers options to undertake work and study in many fields related to global affairs including politics, education, the arts, the social and natural sciences, and business. New York City provides vast opportunities to secure an internship at any number of important international organizations including those around the United Nations where an array of non-governmental organizations and businesses are based.
Ş. İlgü Özler, Associate Professor
Department of Political Science and International Relations
600 Hawk Drive
SUNY New Paltz
New Paltz NY 12561
Phone: 845 257 2635
About SUNY New Paltz- Center for International Programs and International Relations Program
Center for International Programs is the administrative home to international student services, Haggerty English Language Program, the International Institute for Business and the study abroad programs. SUNY New Paltz has a renowned international relations program and our faculty and staff have experience in creating and administering several SUNY-wide and campus-based initiatives related to global education. Department offers the United Nations Semester course during which students visit the United Nations for weekly briefings from UN officials, country missions and non-governmental organizations. SUNY New Paltz is also the current home to the SUNY Model European Union program, which has been hosting transatlantic collegiate simulations of the EU for over 25 years.