Princeton International Magazine

Princeton International is an annual magazine that highlights Princeton University’s international initiatives and projects. The publication introduces readers to the innovative and multifaceted learning, research and teaching being conducted across the globe by undergraduates, graduate students and faculty members.

Featured Articles

In My Own Words

Sally Jane Ruybalid ’21 reflects on her PIIRS Global Seminar in Rome.

Job Training

Lindsey Schmidt '21 balances work and athletic training as a Streicker Fellow in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Nauru Is What Happens Next

Jack Lohmann ’19 explores the island of Nauru for his senior thesis, documenting life and politics in a degraded environment.

At Home in Paris

Sarah Betancourt ’20 finds a sense of home while studying abroad and living with a host family in Paris.

International On Campus

International activities on campus allow the Princeton community to experience the world in its own backyard.

Returning Home

Three international Princetonians return to their home country for research and service.

A Prescription for Medical Immersion

An advanced Spanish course offers travel to Ecuador and a chance to see medicine being practiced firsthand.

Mpala on Film

Research in rural Kenya provides a unique experience for Princeton undergraduate students.


Tiny tales of Princeton students reveal big experiences around the world in this social media initiative.

Princeton International is published by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) in conjunction with the Office of International Programs (OIP), the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs and Operations, and the Office of the Dean of the College.