To prepare today’s students for their lives after graduation, Penn admits and fosters a community vibrant with a breadth of experience across cultural identity, academic interest, religious belief, sexual orientation, extracurricular interest, regional affiliation, national origin, and more.
Each year Penn Abroad sends more than 1,000 students to more than 50 countries around the world on semester study abroad, summer internships, research projects, and embedded Global Seminars.
Since its founding in 1992 within the School of Arts & Sciences (SAS), CASI has continued to uphold Penn's global reputation as a leading U.S. institution of research in South Asian studies and scholarship on India. Through workshops, visiting scholars, seminars, conferences, and an online quarterly publication, CASI engages in relevant research that focuses on contemporary issues facing India and nurtures student interest in India.
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If you’re driven to bring inspired business solutions to nonprofit, art, science, medical, or traditional business contexts, or wherever innovation and leadership are needed, the world’s first business school provides an exceptional undergraduate education.
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Penn World Scholars is a four-year program that provides students with the necessary skills to become global leaders throughout their lives. Students meet with international alumni, Penn leaders, and distinguished visitors as they take the lead on organizing events that interest them.
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Penn Global helps Penn students explore and understand the world around them through a diverse spectrum of programming, internships, and study abroad courses that allow students to earn Penn credit while studying in some of the most incredible cities around the globe.
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As a Nursing Science student, your academic experience will combine clinical experiences with an exceptional liberal arts and sciences foundation. Our students and graduates become leaders who shape the future of health care practice, policy, and research.
Penn Engineering students experience a dynamic balance of fundamental science and professional practice through courses and projects that enable creative, technical design.