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Getting Started

Getting Started

There are many factors to consider when choosing a study abroad program, so it is important to start by doing some research and thinking about your personal and academic goals. The following resources will provide you with the next steps to help you make a well-informed decision. 

Why Go Abroad?

There are many benefits to studying abroad during your Princeton undergraduate career – from special academic opportunities to foreign language competency. Learn more in this section.

Types of Programs

Not all study abroad programs are alike. Here, you can learn about the types of programs that are offered and which one may suit your academic and personal goals. 

Advice by Department and Certificate

Whether you have declared your concentration or are still thinking about your potential options, this section will help you as you plan how study abroad might fit into your academic program. 

Study Abroad Requirements

Reading and understanding the study abroad policies established by Princeton University is important to the success of your study abroad experience. Please carefully review the policies listed in this section.