Welcome to Penn Abroad
Each year Penn Abroad sends approximately 600 students abroad to earn academic credit in nearly 50 countries. This site provides detailed information about semester and academic year study abroad opportunities for undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences, the Wharton School, the School of Engineering & Applied Science, and the School of Nursing. Explore this website to find out how to plan for semester and academic year study abroad, what programs are approved for academic credit, how to apply for admission, how to finance the cost, and what Penn expects of you as a participant.
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- Mar 18 11:18AM
- My Application for Study Abroad is in…Now what?
- Now that you’ve finally selected and applied to a study abroad program, you might feel relieved but also a little bit lost. What happens next? There’s quite a bit of time between now and the beginning of the fall term. … Continue reading →
Read the IIP Blog
Over the summer, follow the IIP interns as they blog from various locations around the world.
- Jun 29 3:45AM
- Sweet, spice, and everything nice
- In one day June will be over and I’ll have only 1 more month of my internship at the World Medical Association. I’ve filled my journal with daily thoughts and my iPhoto albums continue to enlarge with photos. I’ve met wonderful people and I’ve also tasted incredibly delicious treats. On June 25th, Prisca turned twenty-one […]
- Jun 22 12:11PM
- Penn’s rowing team meets DRAGONS (and coconuts)
- Week two at the Science Workshop has come and gone, and I have felt myself becoming more accustomed to the teaching role for which I am responsible. Most workdays consist of a few hours teaching the classes interspersed with many hours of packing the lesson materials into kits for upcoming classes. At night, I would […]
- Jun 16 3:49PM
- Nuevas Esperanzas: Going Against the Grain
- Check out IIP intern Megan’s introduction to working at Nuevas Esperanzas in Nicargua! Nuevas Esperanzas: Going Against the Grain. Nuevas Esperanzas staff facilitate elections to form a beekeeping cooperative among several rural communities on the Telica volcano. Photo by Megan Bridges