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Winter Programs (January term)

Below is a list of winter programs that have run in the past, and it is not guaranteed they will also run in the upcoming winter session.  Check back for updates.

Important Note on COVID-19: Our office is in daily communication with its affiliate program partners abroad (program providers and host universities) in order to continuously monitor how the situation might develop over the coming weeks and months. As the situation evolves, we will continue to monitor locations and will work with students on a case-by-case basis should their semester plans be impacted.  Our office and program partners are here as a resource to students with questions or concerns about their upcoming study-abroad plans. 
Students should check refund policies directly with providers and airlines before purchasing their tickets.
All Hunter students applying to study abroad in winter, regardless of program type, must first complete a Hunter Education Abroad application.
We are continuing to advise students online! If you'd like to speak with an advisor about studying abroad, you can make an appointment here.

For the latest information CUNY policy related to study abroad travel, please visit CUNY website.

The choice to study abroad is a personal one and the Office of Education Abroad will do our best to support students in their decision, together with our partner organizations.

[actual dates may fluctuate ]


Take six credits in Spanish language or literature in Argentina.

Dates: January 3 - January 24

Intensive Spanish Language


Learn about Australian history, politics and geography and engage with key social and political issues, including Indigenous rights, gender relations, inequality, multiculturalism, national identity and Australia's place in the world.

Dates: January 5 - January 25

Australia Today


Hunter College joins forces with SUNY Brockport to provide students with a unique experience in Ghana, at the University of Ghana at Legon. Accra has a lively nightlife and an "non-touristy" atmosphere.

Dates: December 28, 2019 - January 19

Ghana: The African Experience


This course offers a survey of the literature of the Italian Renaissance in Florence. A study of the contribution in the fields of art, politics, and philosophy by the likes of Machiavelli, Leonardo, and Michelangelo.

Dates: January 2 - January 24

Italian Renaissance


Study in Jordan this January with Hunter College's Arabic Language program in Amman. Amman is a vibrant, diverse, and safe Arab capital. Our program is held at the Qasid Institute, Arabic language institute.

DatesDecember 29 - January 24

Arabic Language Immersion


This exciting program offers a course in the study of primate diversity, ecology, behavior and conservation in an African rainforest that hosts some of the highest densities of primates in the world.

Dates: January 4 - January 19

African Primates: Diversity, Ecology and Conservation


Other Opportunities

Still searching for the perfect winter opportunity? Hunter College students can also study abroad through CUNY, Affiliated programs (SUNY, CIEE, CIS Abroad, IES Abroad, and USAC), or may submit an External program for approval.

Check out our guidelines for study abroad through CUNY!

Check out our guidelines for study abroad through Affiliated programs!

Check out our guidelines for study abroad through External programs!


Note that all tuition costs on program descriptions are listed at the in state rate for matriculated CUNY students. If you pay out of state tuition and/or you plan to apply to one of our programs as a non-degree (non-CUNY) student, your tuition rate will be higher.

Additionally, program fees are calculated based on the tuition rate at Hunter College. If you attend a CUNY community college, you may be required to pay the tuition differential.

Please check Hunter's Tuition Charge Table and contact the Office of Education Abroad with any questions.

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