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Study abroad programs geared specifically toward agriculture and funding opportunities for students in the College of Ag Sciences.

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That Summer in Tanzania by Jadelyn Cunningham, Wildlife and Fisheries Science major

When applying for study abroad, I never thought that this one decision would ultimately change my life forever.

Breaking Down Barriers by Ethan Stewart, Animal Science major

To be able to experience the wonders of Tanzania first hand, was an invaluable experience that will forever be a highlight of my life.

Sub-Saharan Healthcare: Global Health in Tanzania by Alexander Barna, Immunology and Infectious Disease major

I have never had another experience that pushed me out of my comfort zone and taught me so much about myself and the world around me. I will truly carry the lessons I learned during this trip every day for the rest of my life.

Tanzania: A Nation Where Science Meets Society by Nina De Luna, Immunology and Infectious Disease Major

“One of the greatest aspects of this program was its multidimensionality. It intertwined biological and social studies, which is a reality of life because neither aspect exists in isolation.”

Tanzania: Tribulations and Triumphs - Michael Henry, Immunology and Infectious Disease Major , Global Health Minor

It’s the type of experience that is hard to describe simply when someone asks “What did you do in Tanzania? What did you learn?”

Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania: Alison Muscato - Community, Environment and Development

1 country. 40 days. 14 Penn Staters. Millions of chickens. I lived in rural Tanzania for a month and am grateful for every minute I spent there.

My Journey Through East Africa The School for Field Studies Kenya and Tanzania Wildlife Management Program - Ashley Fehringer, Animal Sciences

I will never forget the first time I saw an African Lion in the Ngorongoro Crater, just a few feet from my jeep looking powerful, majestic and beautiful. And the cubs were adorable!

International Programs

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106 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802

International Programs

Address

106 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802