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Toulouse, France—The Best Place to Study Abroad in France Right Now by Kirra Edelman, Agribusiness Management Major

As I was close to entering my last semester as an undergraduate at Penn State University, I realized I was missing something; a study abroad experience.

Paris: A Two Week Adventure that is so much more than the Eiffel Tower

By Kathryn Jordan (Physical Geography - Climatology Focus major International Agriculture, Earth Systems, & Climatology minor) “I learned about European and US Agriculture, got to explore the city of Paris, and make seven new friends while living in one of the most remarkable European cities. I will never forget the experiences I have made on this trip and am forever thankful to Penn State for this opportunity”

Studying Abroad in Paris, France

By Kathryn Dietrich (Food Science major, Nutritional Sciences minor) "The College of Agricultural Sciences provided me with a unique, educational experience during my time abroad, one that I will not forget!"

France: A City of Wine and Cheese Comparing United States and French Agriculture

By Elke Hess (Immunology and Infectious Disease) "Paris lived up to every expectation, except for the wine and cheese. They were even better than I could have imagined."

Studying Abroad in the City of Light” Course: INTAG470, by Stephanie Keller, Food Science major, International Agriculture minor

Traveling to Paris with the College of Agricultural Sciences was an unforgettable experience – and I can’t wait to go back!

Don't be afraid to try something new: Rebecca Hovingh, Food Science

This visit to France really impressed upon me the usefulness of knowing a second language, as well as the importance of making an effort to communicate with people in their native language.

My Time in Paris: Julie Mytrowitz, Food Science

My time in Paris kick-started my personal journey in global interactions that will continue throughout my professional career.

France - Comparative Food Systems: Anne Puzak, Food Science

I was able to learn a lot about agriculture not only in France, but here in the United States as well.

My Whirlwind Tour of French Food and Culture - Marsha Trego, Food Science major, Nutritional Sciences minor

I got to eat Nutella crepes underneath the Eiffel Tower and to learn about foreign agricultural trade from within the French U.S. embassy, and I wouldn’t trade these experiences for the world.

Agribusiness Management Major Travels to Paris

Hannah Masser, Agribusiness Management major with a minor in Agricultural Communications, shares her experience in Paris, France (INTAG/AGBM 499E/F).

Agriculture in Paris, a European Adventure - Morgan Brown Major: Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, Minor: Film Studies

The most beneficial knowledge I gained came from experiencing the city for myself, taking it in, and discovering unique places in a personal way.

Passport to Paris; Agriculture Edition: Rachel Isaacs - Food Science major, INTAG minor

I never wanted to leave Paris. I came back to the US craving the buttery croissants and Nutella crepes, and wishing that I could eat duck confeit meal every day of my life.

An Unforgettable Equine Experience in Normandy France: Kathleen Pierce, Animal Sciences with a minor in Equine Science

When I registered for An Sc 499A, I thought I knew what I was getting myself into. After all, a course titled “Normandy France Equine Industry Studies” seemed pretty self-explanatory. But I never would have guessed that I could learn so much or that I would have so many incredible opportunities in one semester and a 10 day visit to France.

Comparing U.S and French Agricultural Systems: Chiao Ruo Chai, Food Science

As a study abroad student in U.S from Malaysia, studying in Paris is a truly special and wonderful experience.

AN SC 499A: The Equine Industry in Normandy, France – Amy Kraus, Animal Sciences

I’m amazed by all of the unforgettable experiences we packed into just ten days...

Equine Industries in France - Maria Dahl, Animal Sciences Major, INTAG minor

This past summer of 2012, I attended a study abroad trip with Dr. Marianne Fivek and Dr. Ann Swinker, and fifteen other students from Penn State. The trip was for an embedded course on French Equine Industries in Normandy. The objective of the trip was to learn about the horse business in France, which included, breeding, transportation, dressage, racing, showing, and selling.

Horses and France, What More Could You Ask For? Katie Branham

This was an experience of a life time! If you love animals, especially horses, and would like to experience an unforgettable cultural experience this is the trip for you!

French Equine Experience - Melissa Wise

The most difficult question to answer is what was my favorite part of the trip...

Comparing US and French Agricultural Systems - Meghan Kane

I am a Francophile. I love just about all things French: The food, the language, the culture, and mostly just the way of life. The “joie de vivre” if you will.

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University Park, PA 16802