• Photo Title: A Home for Birds
    • Photo Title: A Home for Birds
    • Photo Title: Elephant in Jaipur
    • Photo Title: Elephant in Jaipur
    • Photo Title:  Street Art in Paris
    • Photo Title: Street Art in Paris
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    • Photo Title: Kerstmis in Leuven Christmas in Leuven
    • Photo Title: Grinda
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    • Photo Title: Fall in Uppsala
    • Photo Title: Fall in Uppsala
    • Photo Title: Eiffel Tower at Night
    • Photo Title: Eiffel Tower at Night
    • Photo Title: East Meets West
    • Photo Title: East Meets West
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    • Photo Title: Correfoc
    • Photo Title: Bundestag Sunset
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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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The Student Experience Abroad

Diversity Abroad recently interviewed some Penn students about their study abroad experiences.  See what Langston has to say about his time in Melbourne, Australia.  Visit Diversity Abroad for more  http://www.diversityabroad.com/members/langv/-University-of-Pennsylvania/abroad-experience.

Announcements

Complete Penn Abroad 101

Completion of Penn Abroad 101 is the mandatory first step to studying abroad for a semester or academic year.  Students must complete this module before meeting with a Program Manager and applying to a program.  This requirement can be satisfied by independently viewing Penn Abroad 101 online or attending a screening…

Schedule an Appointment with a Program Manager

Before you meet with a Program Manager you must complete the Penn Abroad 101 Session* and complete your online advising questionnaire (instructions are included in the 101 Session).  The 101 Session covers important basic information about studying abroad as a Penn student, while your advising appointment will cover specific information…

Read the Penn Abroad Blog

    • Jan 27 4:29PM
    • Somehow it all works
    • Originally posted on ...the rest is just stuff:
      The beautiful thing about this crazy life is that somehow it all works out just exactly how it is supposed to be.  I don’t know how, and I don’t think I ever…
    • Nov 19 '15 9:11AM
    • A City on Edge Comes Together
    • This piece was submitted by Harley Geffner, an academic year K.U. Leuven student, who was traveling in Paris on 11/13.  On Saturday afternoon in Paris, in the wake of the massive attack that left 132 dead and counting, an unsettling … Continue reading →

Read the IIP Blog

Over the summer, follow the IIP interns as they blog from various locations around the world. 

    • Jun 24 11:03AM
    • The life of a Senegalese-American intern in Delhi
    • The third week. Already I can see myself falling into a pattern. Waking up. Riding an auto to go to work. Getting distracted a million times on the job (I really mean a million). Getting actual work done. Taking an auto to go back to the hostel. Reading, and then finally Sleeping. Pretty interesting huh? […]
    • Jun 24 10:59AM
    • Halfway Point
    • Half way through my trip, I had a long weekend of work and fun in Cape Town. It was amazing to learn about and be a part of unique private sector partnerships to improve health at a population level. A chance to explore Cape Town wasn’t too bad either. Wednesday: I flew into Cape Town […]
    • Jun 24 10:48AM
    • Blog Post II
    • My supervisor conducted an orientation at the home stay on Sunday — the day before I began my internship. I would be teaching at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal for the next 8 weeks. I was informed that I should probably have material prepared to teach a two hour class the next day. I remember feeling […]

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