Office of International Programs

The Office of International Programs (OIP) is home to the Study Abroad Program, International Internship Program, Fellowship Advising, and the Bridge Year Program. The OIP serves as Princeton University's primary resource for undergraduates seeking to gain experiences abroad and for undergraduates, graduating seniors, and alumni seeking to apply for fellowships and scholarships.

The Office of International Programs is open 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday-Friday during the academic year (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. during the summer). General questions should be directed to 609-258-5524.

Please note that the Princeton Office of International Programs works only with Princeton undergraduates and alumni and students at universities with which Princeton has an exchange program.

Princeton Internships in Civil Service (PICS)

PICS provides the opportunity for students to explore potential careers in public service and the non-profit sector. Princeton students bring their creativity, skills, and energy to their sponsoring non-profit organizations, producing effective, meaningful work on significant projects of value to the organizations. The internships encompass a wide range of endeavors in national and international organizations, working in group advocacy, legal services, public policy, the environment, health and social services, community development, education, and the arts. Princeton alumni serve as partners to the student interns. The internship partnering program promotes the development of important and long-lasting connections between alumni and current and recent undergraduates.

D.C. Internships

Since 1967, The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) has been a leader in educating young people from around the world in the fundamental principles of American democracy and our free market system. TFAS has been the launching pad for over 13,000 students who have participated in our programs in Washington, DC and around the world in Asia, Europe and South America. Alumni of our program are leaders in government, business, the media and nonprofit sector.

Geneva Centre for Security Policy

The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) is an international foundation established in 1995, with 48 member states, for the primary purpose of promoting peace, security and international cooperation through executive education and training, applied policy analysis and dialogue. It trains hundreds of government officials, diplomats, military officers, and international civil servants.