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.
Read the Penn Abroad Blog
- 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.
- Jul 27 1:21PM
- Merci chérie, mais je vais à la maison
- Eight weeks interning at the World Medical Association. Eight weeks of living nearly thirty minutes away from Geneva, Switzerland. Eight weeks of learning, laughter, and tasting a lot of delicious sweets and savory treats. I cannot be more grateful for this opportunity. During my eight weeks at the World Medical Association, I worked on several independent […]
- Jul 25 2:56AM
- Put a bit of Europe and a bit of Asia in a blender and go TZZZZZZZZHHHHHH.
- A close neighbor of the Hong Kong SAR is another island, Macau SAR. This was the destination of last Saturday’s day trip. At 10 am in the morning, Hope and I arrived at the ferry terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui expecting to find a clear central ticketing booth for the round trip to the island […]
- Jul 22 11:01AM
- HK Blog 4: A Trip to Macau
- Last weekend, the other intern, Harvey, and I took a trip to the nearby island of Macau. The island is about an hour from Hong Kong and accessible by ferry. To get to Macau, Harvey and I first went to the ferry terminal (after getting lost of course). The ticket buying system was hurried, and […]