Study abroad has become a regular part of the Woodrow Wilson School Program. Overseas study for WWS students is limited to those locations at which task forces may be offered. During the 2013-14 academic year, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, in conjunction with the Office of International Programs, expects to offer eight opportunities to study abroad. Students will take a full course load of preapproved courses (equivalent to four Princeton courses) and complete Junior Independent Work while abroad.
Students should be familiar with the University Travel policies and register all travel plans and contact information in the University Travel Database.
The following programs are planned for fall 2013:
Information about study abroad policies and application processes as well as the names and e-mail addresses of students who have studied abroad on these and other programs can be found on the Office of International Programs website. Please note that Princeton does not charge a study abroad fee.
Applications should be submitted to 36 University Place, Suite 350. The Princeton study abroad approval form must be submitted by May 1 for fall semester study and November 1 for spring semester study.
The following programs are planned for spring 2014: