What's Included

Excursions to cultural sites around New York City are part of the nine-day session, including a dinner overlooking New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty. photo / Robert Balder


  • All on-site and off-site educational programs and materials for nine-day program
  • Tours of New York City
  • Visits to professional offices (e.g. architects, engineers, landscape architects)
  • Cultural entertainment
  • Cornell University mementos
  • Ground transportation for duration of program
  • Framed certificate of participation signed by the dean with the Cornell University logo
  • A special session by university admissions officers on applying to Ivy League universities
  • Lodging, food, and hospitality for nine nights

Not Included

  • Airfare to and from the United States


Cornell provides letters of invitation to assist with the visa process, but obtaining a visa is the participant's responsibility.

Cornell requires that participants have satisfactory health insurance.

Lodging and Hospitality

Cornell AAP Executive Education will provide high-quality hotel lodgings in New York City (seven nights) and Ithaca (two nights), and will host all meals, evening networking events, and cultural entertainment.

A sampling of the types of hotel accommodations that may be provided while visiting New York City and Ithaca include the following (and are subject to availability):

  • Manhattan
    Millenium Hilton
    W Downtown-New York Hotel
    Andaz Hotel
    Ritz Carlton at Battery Park City
    Four Points by Sheraton
  • Ithaca
    Statler Hotel at Cornell University
    Hilton Garden Inn Ithaca
    Argos Inn

Program Fee

The program fee per participant is U.S. $17,000.00 and includes all educational materials, local travel, food, and hotel accommodations.