The Office of International Programs advises undergraduate students and alumni of Princeton University about fellowships, scholarships, and grants. Princeton students and recent graduates describe their experiences with the fellowships application process.
The Bridge Year Program allows a select number of Princeton students to delay their freshman year to engage in service in a culture different from their own. Learn more >>
The Study Abroad Program provides guidance for Princeton undergraduates who wish to study abroad during the academic year and summer. Learn more >>
The International Internship Program supports Princeton undergraduates who wish to undertake a summer internship abroad. Learn more >>
Makenna May '17 provides a glimpse into the Greek economic crisis as she blogs from her international internship in Athens.
In fall 2009, 20 students became pioneers of Princeton University's Bridge Year Program. They journeyed across the world to spend nine months before their freshman year doing community service work, learning new languages and experiencing cultures and customs unknown to them. Today, those students are young alumni one year out of Princeton whose experiences on campus and paths after graduation were influenced by their participation in Bridge Year.