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The world awaits. Every year thousands of Penn State students and faculty engage the world through academic programs, research, service, internships, and cultural immersion abroad. Personal development, new knowledge and enhanced perspective drives global impact.
International experiences offer you the opportunity to set yourself apart through cross-cultural competency, expanded resourcefulness, and experience navigating new contexts. Broaden your learning through international coursework, internships, and cultural immersion.
As champions of global education, faculty and advisers play an important role in internationalization. Learn about the many ways you can support Penn State in educating the next generation of global citizens.
Studying abroad is a unique opportunity for your student to develop academically, personally, and professionally. Obtain information on what it means to provide support to your student through this life-changing experience.
Once you have returned from abroad, stay involved with Global Penn State, share your experience, and encourage other students to pursue international opportunities.
The well-being of our faculty, staff, and students abroad is our top priority. Learn about the resources available to support you while abroad and what you can do to prepare yourself to stay safe overseas.
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The 2018 Penn State Education Abroad Fair will take place on October 17, 2018 in the HUB Alumni Hall from 11:00AM to 4:00PM. This event attracts over 1,000 students interested in study abroad and allo
Interested in studying abroad in New Zealand? Katy Clark, International Office for Study Abroad & Exchange at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand will be on campus to conduct this i
Student researchers from Penn State are headed to Rwanda to discover how technology is used and implemented.
At Penn State Abington, hearing the legendary cry ‘The British are coming!’ isn’t cause for alarm, it's cause for celebration.
Penn State Dickinson Law’s Center for International Trial Advocacy conducted a training program in The Hague, Netherlands.