People also ask
Why study abroad at Penn State?
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.
Does Penn State offer programs outside of the US?
Sometimes the most influential learning takes place outside of the classroom, as well as out of the country. Penn State provides many options for students at all campuses. Calling all students: Penn State Education Abroad offers 300+ programs in 50+ countries, Fall, Spring or Summer!
Should you study abroad as a sophomore or a junior?
By going abroad during your sophomore year, you risk missing out on nurturing the friendships you began and cultivating the interests you began dabbling in as a freshman. Choosing to study abroad as a junior is the most popular time to study abroad in college, and many universities recommend taking this route.
Are You an international student at Penn State?
International students make up approximately 10% of all undergraduate students at Penn State, making for a truly diverse University. International students, both first-year and transfer, have different admissions requirements they must meet, so how do you know if you are an international applicant?