Each year, Penn State hosts exhibitors from over 50 different study abroad partners, support offices, scholarship sources, and academic colleges to bring students the information they want about education abroad! Talk with representatives from universities and study centers abroad. Meet advisers from your college that know which courses and locations are best for your major. Talk to the Education Abroad Office staff about the 350+ study abroad programs and how to apply for scholarships. Learn about other support and resources, like going abroad with a disability or how we’re working to increase study abroad participation among students from underrepresented populations.
International Student Orientation (ISO) is a fun and important part of joining the Penn State community. In ISO you will learn about….
Join Global Programs and our partners during Study Abroad Week 2020 to learn all of the ways you can take your education overseas! Study Abroad Week will be held January 20 - 24, 2020 and features events throughout the week to give all students a deeper understanding of all things study abroad. Since the summer and fall 2020 deadlines are quickly approaching – February 1 and March 1 respectively – this is the perfect opportunity to plan your experience. From funding opportunities to career enrichment, you’ll be able to fully understand all of the opportunities that study abroad has to offer. With workshops and information sessions for all majors, you can begin planning for your perfect study abroad experience! Not at University Park? Check out all of our events below that you can participate in online!
The Penn State joins various colleges, universities, embassies, and community organizations around the world by recognizing students at University Park from more than 140 countries. Penn State is ranked 19th nationally for the number of students studying abroad.
Global Penn State, the International Student Council, and the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses are proud to announce We Are the World Weekend. This event will highlight international student’s cultures and contributions to Penn State, both at University Park and across the commonwealth. The weekend will feature performances, food, a formal, and a variety of other student support sessions. We encourage both international and domestic students to participate in the festivities!