Studying abroad is one of the most challenging and exciting experiences that you will encounter as a college student. We know that planning to study abroad can be a little intimidating, so the process outlined below will help you to find the resources and people you will need as you embark on this adventure!
Search the Programs menu to see available summer, semester, or academic year programs abroad.
Browse the left navigation menu to learn about How to Apply, Selection Criteria, Academics, Finances, Health and Safety, and resources for Parents and Families
Talk to your parents or guardians to discuss your options, including cost and financial aid information. It is of the utmost importance to have the support of your family before and during your study abroad experience.
Peer Advisers are returning study abroad students who volunteer their time and enthusiasm to advise other students. Each trained Peer Adviser can explain program options, provide an overview of the study abroad process, and share insight into his/her own experience abroad.
Each Penn State Campus and College at University Park has a Global Program Representative. See your representative for additional guidance on programs that fit well with your major or fitting study abroad into your academic curriculum.