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Study abroad offers students an opportunity to sharpen a variety of skills

April 10, 2013

Studying abroad can help prepare students for a wide variety of career experiences. Read Article »


Developing nations draw students studying abroad

February 6, 2012

When most people opt to study abroad, they look at destinations in Europe, the U.K. and other industrialized nations. Read Article »


Lone Star College student transfers to school in Italy after short academic trip

January 31, 2012

Study abroad programs give students the chance to experience another culture by completely immersing themselves in it, rather than just visiting and playing the role of tourist. Read Article »


International study benefits far outweigh negatives

January 30, 2012

Traveling to another country to pursue your education can be a very rewarding experience, but the road to reward may be paved with frustration and challenges. Read Article »


New Orleans student shares his study abroad experience

January 30, 2012

Studying abroad gives students the chance to take in a new culture, perfect a foreign language and grow as individuals. Read Article »


Rowan University sees more students traveling abroad

January 25, 2012

At New Jersey's Rowan University, spending a semester or two abroad is the latest craze. Read Article »


Obama recognises international students in State of the Union address

January 25, 2012

President Barack Obama recently gave the annual State of the Union address, and his speech covered a range of topics from the economy to public programs and education. Read Article »


Short-term study abroad options pique Rochester students' interests

January 17, 2012

Studying abroad is something that students can do for a few weeks, a semester or even for their entire college career. Read Article »


How to beat homesickness when studying abroad

January 9, 2012

Traveling to another country to pursue your education can be an exciting adventure, but sometimes being so far from home can be difficult. Read Article »


Italian teen shares his thoughts on studying abroad in America

January 4, 2012

Studying abroad affords students the opportunity to learn about a foreign culture and themselves, and 17-year-old Lorenzo Colangeli recently shared his experience halfway through his stay in San Francisco, California, with the Contra Costa Times. Read Article »


Use winter break to prepare for study abroad programs

December 30, 2011

For most college students, winter break is in full swing. Read Article »


Studying abroad can create life-long international friendships

December 28, 2011

Traveling to another country to pursue one's education can be rewarding in so many ways. Read Article »


Returning study abroad students may face everse culture shock

December 7, 2011

When students choose to study abroad, they are typically prepared to enter into a new, unfamiliar territory. Read Article »


Studying abroad can be a great opportunity to learn about another culture

November 30, 2011

Every year, thousands of American college students travel abroad to pursue their educations in international settings. Read Article »


Studying abroad expands American students' experiences

October 3, 2011

While studying abroad is a valuable time to help students learn about different cultures and languages, there is an added bonus for such programs that may be harder to measure. Read Article »


Some American students struggle to acclimate to new cultures

September 28, 2011

Some American students choose to study abroad to immerse themselves in foreign cultures, and then spend the whole time with other Americans. Read Article »


Brazil takes steps to improve international study options for science majors

September 21, 2011

Brazil is home to the tenth largest economy in the world, and is ranked 13th in scientific production, but they are striving to climb the ranks. Read Article »


Survey: International students care more about traveling than Apple and social media

September 13, 2011

Some students may think that their cool new iPod is unbeatable and the best thing in their lives, but not everyone feels this way, especially those who travel to foreign countries to study abroad. Read Article »


Studying abroad can enhance a resume

September 12, 2011

Studying overseas can afford students the opportunity to experience another culture, learn a new language and have something extra to put on their resumes. Read Article »


An American student in South Africa

September 8, 2011

Many students around the world - whether they are in high school, college or graduate school - will study abroad, whether they are pursuing international business, the arts, communications, anthropology or anything really. Read Article »


China offers business start-up assistance to students who study internationally

August 24, 2011

Chinese students who study abroad often become successful entrepreneurs, so it is not surprising that there are more than 150 business start-up incubators for this demographic. Read Article »


Graduates can benefit from international education too

August 16, 2011

Often, studying abroad is associated with high school and undergraduate programs, but graduate students are more than capable of working toward their Master's degrees in foreign countries as well. Read Article »


Small, up-and-coming Georgia school makes international efforts

August 15, 2011

Georgia Gwinnett College is only six-years-old, but it is already making waves in the international education community. Read Article »


Traveling to China to learn the language may be more affordable with AmeriSpan's new discount

August 3, 2011

AmeriSpan Study Abroad, a company that specializes in connecting students with international educational programs that focus on language immersion, recently announced a new deal for individuals who want to travel to China. Read Article »


More Asian parents choose to send their kids to study in Canada as Australia reexamines visa policies

August 2, 2011

Australian officials are currently revising their visa policies, so parents, especially in China and India, are choosing to send their children to study abroad in other English-speaking countries, and Canada is high on the list. Read Article »


Beijing concert to benefit Chinese-American relations to feature will.i.am

August 2, 2011

On Friday, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton sat down with The Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am to talk about President Obama's 100,000 Strong Initiative. Read Article »


High tuition won't stop Chinese students from studying abroad

July 28, 2011

The Institute of International Education recently published its annual Open Doors report, which examines the prevalence of international students in the U.S. Read Article »


Most U.K. students want to study abroad, as long as they go to English-speaking countries

July 28, 2011

According to a recent survey conducted by graduate recruitment website Milkround, roughly 75 percent of surveyed students from the U.K. are thinking about postgraduate study abroad programs. Read Article »


Pitt State class takes students to Germany to study astrophysics

July 26, 2011

Studying abroad can be an expensive venture, but for 10 Pittsburg State University students, this is not the case. Read Article »


International students can learn just as much outside the classroom

July 25, 2011

Studying abroad is about more than just attending class - students can also take part in the cultural happenings of the countries in which they are living. Read Article »


Emma Watson plans to study abroad this fall

July 25, 2011

Emma Watson, famous for her role as Hermoine Granger in the Harry Potter movie series, was attending Brown University, but recently announced plans to study abroad. Read Article »


Many young adults opt to travel abroad before or during college years

July 22, 2011

Worldwide, teens and you adults are volunteering internationally during gap years. Read Article »


Tips for preparing to travel abroad

July 19, 2011

If you've already made the decision to study abroad, the next step is preparation, which can be complicated and overwhelming. Read Article »


Gap year travel can help young adults find direction

July 18, 2011

More students are choosing to take time off after high school to travel and learn about the world and themselves before they go to college. Read Article »


Coca-Cola helps fulfill Obama's dream of sending students to study abroad in China

July 15, 2011

President Barack Obama began the "100,000 Strong" initiative in 2009 to encourage friendly relations between the U.S. and China. Read Article »


First GSU student to study at University of Kassel in Germany

July 14, 2011

Jennifer Keyser, a student at Georgia Southern University, was recently awarded a DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship to study abroad in Germany for the 2011-2012 academic year. Read Article »


China offers a unique cultural experience for international students

July 5, 2011

Students who are interested in learning about Chinese culture and language can choose to study in China. Read Article »


Rising domestic tuition costs have U.K. students considering study abroad programs

July 1, 2011

The amount of U.K. Students who are traveling to the United States to study abroad is on the rise. Read Article »


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