Our two- to six-week programs provide Penn credit and allow you to enjoy an unforgettable intellectual and cultural journey.
Study of the ancient world in the birthplace of democracy
Discover their long-standing traditions of sustainability, environmentalism and policy-making
Spanish language, literature and history of Argentina
Film industry and international cinema; attend Cannes Film Festival
Cuban art and architecture during the Havana Biennial exhibition
British literature, film and theatre arts
Spanish language, culture and literature of Spain
Internships at a multinational corporation, a research center, think tank or a government agency
Examine the culture of creativity and innovation in this global "start-up nation"
French language, history, culture and civilization
Bask in the beauty of Italian language, art and culture in this ancient city on the Adriatic Sea
Note for Penn Students About Studying Abroad
Penn Summer Abroad programs are faculty-led and offer Penn undergraduate courses that are taught abroad during the summer for Penn credit. The programs are sponsored by departments in the School of Arts and Sciences and administered by Penn's College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS).
Penn undergraduates wishing to participate in a non-Penn summer abroad program and receive credit at Penn must obtain prior approval from the appropriate department and apply for credit away using the External Course Approval Tool (EXCAT).
For study abroad during a semester or academic year, visit Penn Abroad.