Admissions information for international students interested in applying to the ABENG or BRS graduate programs in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Penn State.

International students applying to the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering must include the following in your application materials (in addition to other items listed in "How to Apply"):

  • TOEFL Score Results -- Official report sent directly from ETS.
  • Official university transcripts with translations if the records are not in English.
  • International graduate students accepted into either the ABENG or BRS programs should not register for classes until they have arrived and are on campus. 

Penn State's reputation for high-quality instruction to a diverse student body attracts talented students from around the world. Typically, the University enrolls about 3,000 international students representing more than 100 countries.

The University Office of Global Programs is Penn State's focal point in the international arena. It supports the University by initiating and responding to international opportunities and obligations in an increasingly interdependent world, thus ensuring an international dimension to the University's three major functions of teaching, research, and public service.

International students interested in attending Penn State can find a wealth of information by contacting the University Office of Global Programs located at:

410 Boucke Building
University Park, PA 16802
(814) 865-7681