All Huntsman students spend at least one semester studying at a university in a region where their target language is spoken. While abroad, they learn how to interact in environments that are culturally, linguistically, socially, politically and economically very different from their own. Encountering and making sense of those differences while learning to live, study, work and thrive under them is an essential and a meaningful component of the Huntsman Program. Many times, it is also a defining moment in students’ development as scholars, professionals and people.

Huntsman students may choose from options approved by the College of Arts & Sciences or the Wharton School. Students can search through programs on Penn Abroad's Semester Abroad.