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About SUNY Cobleskill

At the State University of New York (SUNY) at Cobleskill, individual attention to student success is the highest priority. SUNY Cobleskill has nationally recognized programs and dedicated faculty who engage in scholarship and involve students in their research activities. Expert faculty and staff focus on integrating classroom instruction with strong internship and field experiences. Because the campus academic offerings incorporate theory, technology and practice, SUNY Cobleskill demonstrates that real life and real learning are central to a successful college education.

SUNY Cobleskill is a safe campus surrounded by mountains, clean water and fresh air in upstate New York. The College is located 35 minutes from Albany, New York's capital city, and is only a few hours from New York City, Boston and Montreal. Bus transportation at the College enhances the academic experience for students by providing opportunities to visit big cities.

At SUNY Cobleskill, incoming international students will join other students from Asia, the Middle East, Central Europe, North America and other locations to become members of a friendly college community. To help international students succeed in their undergraduate experience, the Office of International Education provides guidance and support in all matters.


For information on current international issues, please contact the Office of International Education.



Thinking about your future? Think about Fulbright.

At a time when we face global challenges, international engagement is more important than ever. The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program offers opportunities for scholars in all disciplines to advance their research and teaching interests, promote mutual understanding, and collaborate with scholars abroad.  We have opportunities to match your goals and availability.  There are over 450 awards in more than 125 countries, and many are open to all disciplines.  The complete list of opportunities can be found in the Catalog of Awards.  Opportunities range from 2 to 12 months in length and include flexible options for multiple shorter visits to many host countries.  Additionally, some awards provide dependent support for scholars wishing to bring family members. U.S. citizenship is required.

For more information, visit cies.org or contact Fulbright at scholars@iie.org.