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Virtual offerings to connect the Cornell community to the world while travel is limited.

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Five smiling students standing infront of a waterfall English for International Students and Scholars: Summer
Ongoing
Enhance your English skills and explore U.S. culture The Summer Session EISS program provides intensive English instruction and cultural orientation for those interested in working and studying in an academic environment in the U.S. or in using English professionally. The program features project-based learning with a focus on the students’ academic interests and professional topics through Online task-based activities and individual assignments Small-... READ MORE

Man weeding in a city garden with wheelbarrow to his side. eCornell: International Public and NGO Management
Four-week class
Planning and evaluating programs and projects run by international organizations is particularly complex since the organizations typically must work indirectly with and through sovereign governments and other organizations. The increasing importance of these programs for national officials as well as international managers has increased the need to have staff well trained in results-based management, including evaluation, under these conditions. ■

Two laptops with papers between and hands holding a pencil eCornell: Distribution Strategy and International Marketing
Two-week class
In this course, participants investigate marketing channels and learn how to leverage them to provide value to a company and benefits to customers. Additionally, students explore the world of international marketing and discover the nuances of global markets. By identifying types of global organizations students can explore the pros and cons of globalization. ■

Two hands in a handshake eCornell: Creating and Enforcing International Agreements
Four-week class
As the world changes and more issues must be handled at the international level, there will need to be more agreements and more international systems to address specific problems. Agreements, especially those that involve consensus, are difficult to achieve even in the best of circumstances. Fortunately, there is a lot we have learned from history and thorough research about effectively negotiating an agreement. ■

Five smiling students standing infront of a waterfall English for International Students and Scholars: Summer
Ongoing
Enhance your English skills and explore U.S. culture The Summer Session EISS program provides intensive English instruction and cultural orientation for those interested in working and studying in an academic environment in the U.S. or in using English professionally. The program features project-based learning with a focus on the students’ academic interests and professional topics through Online task-based activities and individual assignments Small-... READ MORE