Journey, Study, Connect Through Global Education
A liberal arts education has always served to open minds and hearts to the wider world, but today that reach is truly global. Our commitment to this global perspective is reflected in our curriculum, in our commitment to off-campus study, and also in the 13 percent of our student body who come from abroad to study here in the U.S.
Our focus on global education recognizes that, no matter where life takes students after Franklin & Marshall, they will be working and living with people with vastly different ways of perceiving our world. A global education helps students begin to understand how to negotiate these differences, strengthening abilities to successfully live and work in our increasingly global society.
F&M has more than 200 programs with schools overseas in virtually every area of the world. If a school or program isn't on the list, our advisers in the Office of International Programs will work with students to build an appropriate course of study in the country and institution a student chooses.Search Programs
The mission of the International Studies Program is to unite a cohort of students who will broaden the experience of their various major programs as they develop an international perspective and immerse themselves in the language and culture of a non-English-speaking country or region.Read more
The Office of International Programs comprises the advising and administrative staff for International & Off-Campus Study and also International Student Services. We support Franklin & Marshall students pursuing an international education program, whether overseas or in Lancaster.Visit Us
At Franklin & Marshall, a global education involves not only classroom learning, but also hands-on experiential learning in communities around the world. F&M's Ware Institute for Civic Engagement provides students with a number of international community-based learning classes and internships in South America, and South and West Africa.
They arrived at a Franklin & Marshall College lecture hall prepared to argue whether international intervention and foreign aid was in the United States’ interest. The two Model United Nations teams,...Read More