OIP has officially moved! You can now find the Study Abroad Program, the International Internship Program, the Bridge Year Program, and Fellowships Advising in the Louis A. Simpson International Building. The building is located on 20 Washington Road, adjacent to the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the departments of economics, politics, and history.
The Office of International Programs, in collaboration with the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, is pleased to announce the winners of the 9th Annual International Eye Photo Contest. This year, 30 photos were selected from approximately 450 total submissions.
The deadline to apply for the Streicker International Fellows Fund has been extended to Sunday, March 19, 2017. The Streicker International Fellows Fund provides undergraduate students the opportunity to carry out substantive research or educational projects while immersed in a foreign culture. Streicker Fellows design their own projects or internships in conjunction with a hosting organization, in any academic or professional area, and in any geographic region outside of the United States.
It’s not too late to go abroad next fall! Destinations for study abroad span the world and are open to students in all majors. Princeton accepts credit from more than 100 programs and/or universities in over 40 countries. Application deadlines for most fall programs are in March or April. Act now!
The Office of International Programs is now on Instagram! Follow us @PrincetonOIP for great travel photos, videos, and stories from students. Keep an eye out for fun contests and giveaways.
I began my year by making a map of myself. None of that mental geography has changed. What has changed is my ability to navigate that terrain. I do not know what my future holds. Often I am not sure what I want. But I know that when situations are tough, I can survive, take charge and remain true to my values. Time coupled with discomfort gives perspective and, ultimately, clarity.
Danielle Taylor ’18, a CBE concentrator, spent last summer at University College London, where she was able to explore the city and integrate her experiences into her coursework. Learn more about her study abroad experience in this video profile.
Princeton senior Joani Etskovitz has been named a 2017 Marshall Scholar. The Marshall Scholarship covers the cost of graduate study and living at a British university of the recipient's choice for up to two years. Etskovitz will pursue a Master of Studies in English literature at the University of Oxford, followed by a Master of Studies in English literature at King's College London.
Princeton University senior Ellie Sell has been awarded a George J. Mitchell Scholarship to study gender, sexuality and culture at University College Dublin. Twelve Mitchell Scholarships were awarded to students nationwide by the nonprofit U.S.-Ireland Alliance based in Washington, D.C.
Princeton seniors Jacob Cannon, Preston Lim, Samuel Maron, Emery Real Bird, Molly Reiner and Kevin Wong have been named Schwarzman Scholars. The Schwarzman Scholarship covers the cost of graduate study and living toward a one-year master's program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.