Unique and Innovative
This unique and innovative undergraduate program provides students with an exceptional learning experience and prepares them to succeed in the increasingly global world.
If you have any questions for the DDP Office, please email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. All communications must be in English. That way, we will be able to help you with your questions much faster.
Read more for Prospective Students, including information on the admission process and important forms.
Read more for Admitted Students, including information on BMail, housing, dining, mandatory health form, course registration, activities on campus, graduation requirement, OPT, and so on.
Read more for Alumni, including information on how to request for copies of transcript and diploma.
Current Dual-Diploma Students should find the following resources of great use to their experience in Binghamton.
Announcements & News
- OPT/CPT/Internship Working for JUST DDP Students!!
ISSS collaborated with CDC and designed a workshop for JUST DDP Students! The workshop will focus on how look for internship/job and how to apply for work authorization (OPT/CPT).
In order to attend this workshop, you will need to register for the event at the following link: https://bengaged.binghamton.edu/form/start/52965. I strongly encourage to do so immediately.
Workshop title: How to find an internship/job and apply for work authorization as a DDP Student
Date and Time: Friday, 10/3, 2pm - 3pm
- Workshop: Begin Your Grad School Process NOW! Understand the graduate/professional school application timeline, how to choose the right schools/programs for you, and how to make smart decisions throughout the process. Monday, 9/29, 2:20pm – 3:20pm at UU 133A
- Graduate School Fair Explore the registered schools (https://binghamton-csm.symplicity.com/events/index.php) prior to the fair to see if they offer programs that fit with your educational and
career goals, then come prepared to ask questions!
Thursday, 10/2, 11 am-2:30 pm at Mandela Room/Old Union Hall, University Union
Destination South Africa
A Winter Session Study Abroad Program
Want to escape from the COLD Binghamton this winter and study somewhere warmer AND earn FOUR Binghamton University credits?
If your answer is YES, then Destination South Africa is right for you!!
Destination South Africa, a winter intersession course and study tour is designed for students to explore the history of South Africa as well as to observe and participate in the contemporary activities of daily living for several sectors of this society. Students will learn about governmental structures, education systems, employment conditions, culture, creativity, the social well-being of the citizens, and programs and services that are devoted to children, youth, the aged and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.
Please visit https://binghamton-oip.terradotta.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10019 for more information.