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Info Session for SEAS: AIT Budapest

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Speaker:          Gábor Bojár, Founder and Professor of IT Entrepreneurship

This upcoming session will be presented on campus to encourage students to consider a great new study abroad program, Aquincum Institute of Technology Budapest, for students interested in computing, design, computational biology, and IT entrepreneurship.

About AIT: Tailored to the needs of North American computer science and software engineering undergraduates. The program is made up of four course groups, each containing several different course offerings:

  • Foundational Courses in Computer Science
  • Advanced Applications
  • Creative Design and Entrepreneurship
  • Humanities Courses Related to Hungary’s Rich Cultural Heritage

All classes are conducted in English at AIT's state-of-the-art campus on the lovely banks of the Danube River. Students live in vibrant neighborhoods of Budapest and have ample opportunities to interact with Hungarian students and explore Hungary and the region.

Pizza and small treats from Hungary will be served!

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Info Session: University of Melbourne

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Come learn about studying abroad at the University of Melbourne in Australia. Meet university representative Belinda Price as well as students that previously studied in Melbourne!  Penn students in the College of Arts and Sciences, M&T, Wharton, and SEAS are eligible to receive credit for studying on this program.

Check out the program brochure to learn more about this program.

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National University of Singapore Information Session

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Li Ling Koh, Associate Director of the International Relations Office at NUS will host and will be joined by two NUS students currently studying at Penn this fall.

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Passport Day - Fall 2014

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What:  The Philadelphia Passport Agency will be on-campus and invites all members of the Penn community to submit an application for a U.S. Passport Book/Passport Card. Click here for an appointment. 


Why:     ALL PERSONS traveling outside of the United States are required to present a passport book/card, or other valid travel documents to enter or re-enter the United States.  Go to www.travel.state.gov for complete information.

How:     Bring the following:

  1. A COMPLETED APPLICATION (available on site or save time by downloading it at www.travel.state.gov)

  1. PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP – one of the following (visit www.travel.state.gov for more info):
  • Certified Birth Certificate (must show parent’s names)
  • Your most recent passport
  • Naturalization or Citizenship Certificate

  1. A current photo ID issued on Government authority such as:
  • State issued Driver’s License
  • Government Work ID
  • Military ID
  • Prior Passport

  1. A clear photocopy of current drivers license or acceptable ID - must show front and back of the ID document

  1. One Color Passport Photo
  • Taken within the last 6 months
  • 2” x 2” in size
  • Front View
  • Plain light background

  1. Appropriate Fees (payment must be by check or money order)
  • Age 16 or older:  First time applicant: $135.00
  • Passport Renewal: $110.00
  • Under the age of 16:  $105.00

Children under the age of 16 must appear, in person, with both parents and present a birth certificate that lists the parent(s)’ names (Long Form Birth Certificate).  If one parent cannot be present, a notarized consent statement to the issuance of a passport made by the non-applying parent must be submitted with the passport application. In addition, the non-applying parent must provide a photocopy of the front and back side of his or her ID.

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Study Abroad and International Opportunities Fair

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    • Laughter by Cassandra Cedarholm
    • Laughter by Cassandra Cedarholm
    • A Chinese Halloween, Camel-style by Theodore Schneider
    • A Chinese Halloween, Camel-style by Theodore Schneider
    • The Route to Glazoué by Sophia Ciocca
    • The Route to Glazoué by Sophia Ciocca
    • Cycles on the River Bagmati by Christopher Nagle
    • Cycles on the River Bagmati by Christopher Nagle
    • Scottish Coo by Lina Hashem
    • Scottish Coo by Lina Hashem
    • Candid outside our hostel by Samantha Osaki
    • Candid outside our hostel by Samantha Osaki
    • "Take it to the Pitch" by Carly Sunderlin
    • Sunrise Over Bagan by Justin Reinsberg
    • Sunrise Over Bagan by Justin Reinsberg
    • Conversations in San Marco by Halie Craig
    • Conversations in San Marco by Halie Craig
    • Up, Up, and Away by Benjamin Gitles
    • Up, Up, and Away by Benjamin Gitles
    • Sittin' on a Stoop by Charlene You
    • Sittin' on a Stoop by Charlene You
    • Moroccan Market by Sophia Fischler-Gottfried
    • Moroccan Market by Sophia Fischler-Gottfried
    • A Colorful Evening by Brenda Nguyen
    • A Colorful Evening by Brenda Nguyen
    • Gone Fishing by Sebastian Antonio Borja
    • Gone Fishing by Sebastian Antonio Borja
    • Last Chance to See, Eretmochelys Imbricata By Christopher Nagle
    • Last Chance to See, Eretmochelys Imbricata By Christopher Nagle
    • El Gaucho by Pallavi Bakshi
    • El Gaucho by Pallavi Bakshi
    • A Pizza Lesson by Amanda Shulman
    • A Pizza Lesson by Amanda Shulman
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Over 100 undergraduate programs will be represented at this year's Study Abroad Fair.  Visit the fair and see what opportunities are available to you!

In addition, meet past participants, exchange students, and staff showcasing programs all around the world!  Learn about programs that grant credit for CAS, Nursing, SEAS and Wharton.  Also, expand your network by meeting representatives from globally-oriented organizations!

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