Partnerships, Exchanges, and Cross-Registration


The Graduate School participates in a number of partnerships, exchange programs, and cross-registration agreements. These programs provide graduate students with opportunities to study internationally, to study at one of our Ivy-Plus peer institutions, or to take courses at other regional institutions. Some of the international exchanges are reciprocal and allow for only a balanced number of students to visit Princeton as nondegree students for a semester or a year, and for Princeton students to visit other institutions. The Exchange Scholar Program enables students to take classes or conduct research at other Ivy-Plus institutions for one semester or one year. The cross-registration agreements allow students to take courses that are not normally available at their home institutions. 

International Partnerships and Exchanges

Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies
DAAD-German Academic Exchange Service
Ecole Normale Superieure Paris (ENS)
Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (Sciences Po)
Freie Universitaet Berlin
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Princeton-Humboldt Exchange
Scuola Normale Superiore (SNS)
University of Tokyo

Princeton University graduate students who are interested in applying to or registering for any of the above-listed programs should contact Elaine Willey for application instructions. Graduate students from partner institutions who are interested in applying to come to Princeton through one of our international exchange programs should see our nondegree applicants information.