Resources for International Students
International students who plan to apply to Penn State Beaver can obtain detailed information about the application process by visiting the Global Programs website. To learn more about the Pittsburgh region, visit Global Pittsburgh.
Spring Break Trips
Professors take small groups of students on annual spring break trips which, in the past, have included destinations such as Turkey, Spain, Singapore, Germany, Greece, Rome, Venice, and Trinidad and Tobago.
During the March 2011 spring break, some Penn State Beaver students traveled abroad to study art, history, and technology.
Dr. Robin Bower, associate professor of Spanish, along with students from her Iberian Civilization and Culture class, traveled to Madrid, Spain, where they visited the Prado Museum, which is the home of major collections of the work of Spanish master artists El Greco, Diego de Velazquez, and Francisco Goya.
Bower’s group also visited the Reina Sofia Museum, which houses art by Salvadore Dali and Pablo Picasso, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, which features one of the world’s most extensive private art collections.
Dr. Kay Wijekumar, associate professor of information sciences and technology, took students from her Senior Synthesis class to Italy.
The class presented its iPhone and Droid Application Development and Prototype at the International Conference on Computer Applications in Venice. The group also went to Rome for a tour of the Vatican and its information systems and visited the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Penn State offers Study Abroad programs that allow students to study in a foreign country for one or more semesters. Students from Penn State Beaver have studied in many locations, including London, Limerick, and Shanghai.
If you're interested in learning more about Study Abroad programs, please visit Penn State’s Global Programs website for more information on available programs and application deadline.
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