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Study Abroad Program

The University encourages students to study abroad as part of their undergraduate studies. Many students study abroad for a year, a semester, or a summer. In addition, several students undertake summer internships abroad, while others participate in longstanding Princeton work abroad programs in France and Germany. The Study Abroad Program currently approves more than 100 programs/universities abroad for Princeton credit during the academic year, and students can petition to attend a program not on the approved list. Students on financial aid continue to receive their financial aid while abroad for study during the academic year. In addition, there are summer funds offered by the University that can help to defray the costs of summer study and internships. Study, work, and research abroad form a memorable part of the undegraduate experience for many Princeton students.

Visit the website of the Study Abroad Program for more information.