For the first time, Princeton in Cuba is being offered through the Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) and features two Princeton courses taught by Rubén Gallo, professor of Spanish and Portuguese languages and cultures.This spring study abroad option is ideal for students with advanced Spanish and a keen interest in the contemporary culture, political economy, history, and anthropology of Latin America.
News and Announcements
Ten members of Princeton's recently graduated Class of 2014, seven graduate students and five recent alumni have been awarded Fulbright grants to study or teach abroad in the 2014-15 academic year.
Learn about the Fulbright program from the perspectives and experiences of Princeton Fulbright Grant Recipients.
The PowerPoint presentation from the General International Pre-Departure sessions is now available for download on the Office of International Programs website.
2014 Marshall Scholar Dixon Li, an English major pursuing certificates in American studies and African American studies, discusses the Marshall Scholarship application process and the role that race and social difference will play as he studies abroad.
Seniors identify 20 things Princeton University students should do before graduating (with a bonus 14 reminders for making life more manageable). Studying abroad is #13!
Six Princeton University undergraduates have been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) for summer 2014.
Go behind the camera with Princeton students through this video that highlights some of the winners of the 6th Annual International Eye Photo Contest and the stories of their intriguing images.
All undergraduates traveling abroad this summer or fall should attend ONE General International Pre-Departure Orientation. Make-up sessions have been scheduled for May 1 and May 6. Students must sign up for a specific session via WASS.
Senior Brittany Hardy has been awarded a 2014 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship. The Fellowship supports extraordinary individuals who want to pursue a career in the U.S. Foreign Service.