Fellowship Advising assists undergraduates and recent alumni to navigate the complex process of identifying and applying for scholarships, fellowships, and grants that fit their academic interests and goals. Princeton undergraduates and undergraduate alumni can apply to over 100 fellowship opportunities each year.
The International Internship Program (IIP) offers guidance and financial support to undergraduates who wish to undertake a summer internship abroad. With placements in more than 50 countries, IIP offers students the opportunity to fulfill academic and personal goals while living and working abroad. Interns have held positions in government, media, education, public health and nongovernmental organizations, as well as financial and research institutions.
The Novogratz Bridge Year Program allows incoming students to begin their Princeton experience engaged in nine months of tuition-free, University-sponsored service at one of five international locations. Bridge Year participants study the local language, live with carefully selected homestay families, and take part in a variety of cultural enrichment activities, while learning from host communities through volunteer work.
The Study Abroad Program provides guidance for Princeton undergraduates who wish to study for academic credit at a foreign institution during the semester, academic year, or summer. Study abroad advisers help students to find a program that best fits their academic interests and goals, and provide support from pre-departure to re-entry. Study abroad is open to all majors, and destinations include more than 100 programs in over 40 countries.