Posts Tagged ‘Study Abroad’

A Closer Look at the COVID-19 Vaccines

January 6th, 2021 by Jennifer Frankel

Covid-19 numbers are continuing to soar in the United States and around the world, but as a new year is upon us there is also good news! Many countries are getting their first doses of the Covid vaccine. While taming this virus hasn’t been easy, this has definitely shined a bright light at the end […]

Summer Travel Inspiration for Students

August 4th, 2014 by Victoria Troupe

August has arrived again and the carefree whims of June and July are nothing but a fond memory again. Sure, the sun is still shining, the pools and beaches still crowded, but the school year ahead is looming over again like the cool breeze of the autumn, waiting to force the white sundresses into the […]

The Best Healthy Snacks When Traveling

February 17th, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

Traveling can expose you to new cultures and ways of life around the world, but it can also expose you to bad eating habits. While traveling, students are often on a budget and schedule- this means that grabbing something quick is a common way of life. This habit is fine, as long as what you […]

Before You Study Abroad Don’t Forget To…

October 25th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

The trip that you’ve been dreaming of for years is finally here – not just a week cruise or weekend road trip, but a whole semester or year of cultural exploration! It’s time to study abroad, but before you do, don’t forget the following: Know where you are going  It may seem obvious, but with […]

Study Abroad Insurance for Spain

September 15th, 2013 by Jennifer Frankel

If you are given the opportunity to study in Spain, you have a unique chance to explore and learn about an incredibly interesting and diverse region. With over 46 million people, Spain is home to a variety of regional identities including Baques, Catalans, Galicians, and Castilians. If you are hoping to learn Spanish—or maybe the […]

Study Abroad Myths Exposed

July 19th, 2013 by Bryanna Davis

Studying abroad can sometimes get a bad reputation, depending on who you have talked to in the past about their experience. To clear the air and give this international adventure the reputation it deserves, we are going to de-bunk some common myths about studying abroad. Study Abroad Myth 1: It Will Cost Too Much While […]

Seventh Annual Travel Video Contest

September 21st, 2012 by Bryanna Davis

The seventh annual travel video contest has been launched! This means it is your chance to win $4,000 to put towards your travels. If you are a student who will be studying or travelling abroad you simply need to create a five minute video telling us why you want to study abroad. You’re already abroad? […]

Tips for learning a new language

May 27th, 2011 by ahoontrakul

Learning a new language is a goal that many people have. Whether or not you are an international student, it’s never too early or too late to start learning a new language. Below are some tips to improve your foreign language studies: Clearly define the level of fluency you want to achieve – Before you […]

Protecting your stuff when staying in hostels

May 13th, 2011 by ahoontrakul

If you are a student and you are planning on studying or traveling abroad on a budget, you will most likely stay in a hostel.  Even for those who have the funds to spend on a nice hotel, a hostel can be a nice and fun experience that everyone should experience at least once. Because […]

Choosing which College to Study Abroad in

April 29th, 2011 by ahoontrakul

When you are planning your study abroad, you would no doubt have to make a decision on where you want to go and which college or university to attend. Many of the factors that would help you determine which college is right for you is similar to that of choosing your college at home. The […]

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