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Penn State Brandywine Italy.

From Media to Malta: Brandywine students study abroad in Italy

Penn State students recently returned from a weeklong study-abroad trip to Sicily and Malta that was organized by Penn State Brandywine Global Programs. Global Programs combines academic courses with a short-term travel experience abroad.
Penn State Brandywine in Liverpool and London

Penn State in England: Brandywine students spend break in Liverpool, London

In November, a group of students from Penn State Brandywine, Abington and World Campus made the most of their Thanksgiving break with a trip to Liverpool and London, England.
Penn State Brandywine in South Korea

Five weeks in South Korea: Brandywine goes global

Through a partnership between Penn State Brandywine’s Office of Global Programs and the University’s Education Abroad program, students at Penn State Brandywine had the opportunity to spend five weeks studying abroad in Seoul, South Korea, during summer 2017.
Rachel Brokenborough of Penn State Brandywine

Brandywine senior takes passion for child advocacy from Philly to Spain

Rachel Brokenborough, a letters, arts and sciences major, decided to make her last year at Penn State an adventure.
Penn State Brandywine in the French Riviera

Brandywine travels to French Riviera for study abroad during spring break

During spring break, 37 Penn State Brandywine students came together for a week abroad in the French Riviera.
Meg Wieger finished high school early to pursue her dream of becoming a country music singer. Now, she’s pursuing another dream: earning a college degree and beginning a career in the renewable energy industry.

For adult learners, study abroad one step toward realizing dreams

For adult learners, a study abroad component can pose unique challenges. But adult learners — many with full-time jobs, families or both — have found ways to successfully juggle the tasks to make studying abroad a reality.
Daniela Martin

Research examines how study abroad preps teachers for diverse student population

Penn State Brandywine Associate Professor of Psychology Daniela Martin and Assistant Professor of Education at University Park Elizabeth Smolcic are on the forefront of research that could allow teachers to better meet the needs of diverse students who are learning English as a second language.

Professors travel to Jamaica to learn about embedded abroad programs

Professors from various Commonwealth Campuses took a trip to Jamaica to learn how to teach embedded abroad programs and spread the model to their own campuses.
Abington robotics

Abington robotics

China, Japan, Italy and England are destinations for Abington students enrolled in courses with international travel components in spring 2014.