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Help bring the world to Penn and Penn to the world!
Giving to Penn from Outside the US
Graduation 2016

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to give to Penn from your country.


Penn is a truly global university. 


From the Perry World House to the Penn Wharton China Center from undergraduate study abroad to alumni travel programs, from research to cultural events and exhibits, Penn's global impact has never been greater.


If you live outside the U.S., you can advance the University's mission to bring the benefits of research, teaching and service to individuals and communities around the world.


We invite you to explore the tools on this site, which make giving to Penn easier than ever before. Your contribution may even qualify for tax benefits in your home country. To get started, find your country clicking the buttons above or contacting us. 

Penn in the World
From forward-thinking alumni to inspired parents, learn how the Penn community is making a difference around the world. To get started, click on the featured stories below or explore our archived stories by clicking on the title above.
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University Campaign
Advancing Knowledge for Good
"The Power of Penn is embodied in the faculty, researchers and students who think creatively and work collaboratively to tackle the most pressing challenges of our time. By strengthening our commitment to inclusion, innovation and impact, we will make our communities and world stronger. Join us—together we are The Power of Penn." —Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania
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Penn Pride from Sea to Sea
"I stay involved because my time at Penn was one of the biggest influences on my life, both professionally and personally. I want others to be able to have the same experience." -Marjorie Chee, C'02
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Talking Immigration, at Home and Abroad
This year's David and Lyn Silfen's University Forum, focused on "People and Policy Adrift: A 21st Century Framework for Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Immigration Policy."
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Proud Quakers
“Our commitment to global engagement is essential to what I call ‘educational diplomacy,’” said President Amy Gutmann. “We are bringing Penn to the world and the world to Penn. And in doing so, we are building stronger cross-cultural connections, deeper relationships and mutual understanding within the global community.”
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