Lehman Exchange Programs
Students participating in Lehman Exchange Programs must register at the College for a minimum of twelve study-abroad credits STABD). Credits earned abroad will be applied toward students' degrees after evaluation by the appropriate department at Lehman. Students of all departments are invited to apply. To begin the online permit process, students must visit the Study Abroad Office.
The Lehman/Korean Exchange Program is open to all CUNY students. Participants may elect to spend either one semester or one year studying at Sungshin Women's University, a prestigious university in Seoul, South Korea. The University offers international students courses in Korean language and culture, and also teaches more than fifty courses across many disciplines in English. Lehman students may also be able to earn dual degrees from both Sungshin and Lehman. To qualify for this option, students must complete thirty credits at Sungshin, e.g., completing the four-semester Korean Language Program, and then return to Lehman to complete the Lehman degree requirements. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required.
The Paris/CUNY Exchange Program offers Lehman students (undergraduate and graduate) the opportunity to study at the University of Paris for either one or two semesters. A minimum proficiency in French (equivalent to three semesters) and a B average in the major are required.
For further information, consult Assistant Dean Lynne VanVoorhis or the Study Abroad Coordinator in the Office of Undergraduate Studies and Study Abroad, Carman Hall, Room 337; 718-960-8345; fax 718-960-7734.
Last modified: 5/13/2013