Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Various, Various
- Program Terms: Summer
- Host Program Website: Visit host website for more information
- Restrictions: PSU applicants only
University of Campinas, Brazil
University of Granada, Spain
Radboud University, the Netherlands
University of Antioquia, Colombia
Braunschweig University of Technology, Germany
National Autonomous University, Mexico
Beijing Normal University, China
University of Edinburgh, UK
University of Hong Kong, China
Jagiellonian University, Poland
Visit the Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) website for additional information and requirements, as well as descriptions of current projects to which students can apply.
Your housing will be arranged by the PIRE program. You will live either in a dorm or apartment.
Program costs including tuition, airfare, lodging, meals, and incidentals are covered by the PIRE Grant.
Penn State students studying through Education Abroad can use most components of their existing financial aid packages toward the cost of study abroad. This may include federal and state grants, VA educational benefits, federal student loans, and University scholarships and grants. Notable exceptions include work-study awards and some athletic scholarships.
The University Office of Global Programs also administers a number of grants and scholarships. Eligibility is based on academic excellence and/or financial need. There is also funding available for study abroad programs in diverse locations and for students from diverse backgrounds. In most cases, applicants should have a current year FAFSA on file with the Office of Student Aid. Funding opportunities may also be available through Penn State academic departments. For detailed information on financial aid and scholarship opportunities and application procedures, please visit the Funding Study Abroad section of the Global Penn State website.
For more information about this program, please contact Maryam Sinawa or Giuli Dussias.
For more information about programs and education abroad at Penn State, we encourage you to meet with or contact our Peer Advisers. These study abroad returnees can explain program options, give an overview of the education abroad process, as well as provide information about his/her program. If you are not at University Park, contact your Campus Global Representative.
For the inside scoop on life in a foreign country, be sure to check out the Spotlights of Penn State students currently studying abroad.
If you would like to participate on this study abroad program, you will need to apply to Penn State Education Abroad by clicking the "Apply Now" button on this page.
You must complete the following materials in your application:
Education Abroad Questionnaire
One academic recommendation
Visit the How to Apply section of our website for more information.
Many students with disabilities successfully study abroad each year. Please note that other cultures may have different attitudes and available accommodations regarding disabilities. While we cannot guarantee the accessibility of all program sites and locations, specific accommodations may be arranged in consultation with our office, the Student Disability Resources office, and our partners abroad. To prepare for success, students are strongly encouraged to research the country and program location to consider if and how they will manage their disabilities abroad in advance of selecting a program. Students with disabilities and other diverse backgrounds can begin their research on our Diversity Awareness Abroad page.
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