Study Abroad Zoom Backgrounds

Check out these fantastic Zoom backgrounds from last year’s study abroad students! Download and use for all your Zoom meetings this fall to share your love of other countries and international education! Credits to our student photographers below. Aidan HeydtVietnam Ava CooperTaiwan Charlotte ArmisteadJordan David GuefenIreland Bill Scheurman Austria Halle AmesAustria Parker CushmanUnited Kingdom Kai-Shin…

Virtual Study Abroad Programs and Remote Global Internships in Summer 2020

If you can’t travel abroad this summer, bring the world to you! We are pleased to offer virtual study abroad programs and remote global internships for summer 2020. Go abroad online this summer and engage in a meaningful global experience without leaving home. The university’s online study abroad programs enable you to interact and engage with…

Photo Contest 2019 Winners!

We are pleased to announce the winners of our 2019* Photo Contest! Thanks to everyone who submitted! We hope these photos brighten your day! *We know we are delayed in announcing these results, please accept our sincere apologies! Winners will be contacted by email!

Study Abroad: Leave Me Alone So I Can Grieve In Peace

Dear Spring Study Abroad Students, When I saw the comment on our return information form, “Leave me alone so I can grieve in peace,” at first I was offended. We were furiously tracking the locations and safety of all spring students and needed to know if you had made it back to the United States….

Strikes at The University of Edinburgh

I thought that I would share a little bit about the real stuff that is happening at my university. These blogs are full of fun getaways and tips on having a successful and fun time at these abroad universities but there is so much more that happens that is not talked about. I have talked…

Austria: 5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Studying Abroad

1. Everyone in Europe speaks English Every night in the international dorm I speak with people from Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, South Korea, and Portugal. The thing that unites us all is that we all speak English! They grow up at a young age learning English as their primary second language. In addition, despite…

Oman

One of the most convenient aspects of living in Jordan is the accessibility of travel. It is fairly inexpensive to travel internationally due to Jordan’s location between the Mediterranean and Gulf states. My roommate and I decided to take advantage of our location and, on a whim, booked last-minute plane tickets to Muscat, Oman. Three…

Life “bilarabi”

After over a month of living in Amman and abiding by a language pledge, Arabic has started to feel seamless and natural for the first time- albeit infuriating and headache-inducing as well. Living life in Arabic is not only challenging me to think, read, and speak in the language, but it is teaching me humility…

Amsterdam, Brussels, Prague… OH MY!

This week was The University of Edinburgh’s ‘Flexible Learning Week’ which means the students have a whole week to catch up on work and focus on their studies. I decided to go to three different countries instead. I am not advertising procrastinating and not getting your work done- I just decided to take the week…