In this new series, we offer advice on how to meet locals abroad. Our first city is London, England!
Tag: study abroad
Let the Data Tell the Story
What do the new Study Abroad 101 and IIE's Open Doors reports tell us about culture?
Setting up a Passport Acceptance Facility on Campus
Ever wonder how to make access to passport applications easier? Here's your answer!
The Revealing Journey of Re-entry
Who are we when we return from abroad? Katy Rosenbaum explores the re-entry journey and how it impacts our identity.
The Teenage Mind and Study Abroad
How does the teenage mind work and should we push these young minds out to study abroad?
Sh*t Study Abroad Students Say
This new video captures the enthocentrism and poor program design of many study abroad programs...
Funding for Study Abroad in Germany
DAAD webinars are targeted at faculty and administrators in the U.S. and Canada who advise on study and research abroad, as well as students and scholars in Canada and the U.S. interested in applying for DAAD funding themselves.
Lessons from Study Abroad: The Visible Minority
"I wended my way through and the crowds parted like the sea before Moses…Schoolchildren openly gawked, jaws gaping...Men watched my every move as if I might pull out a handgun and start shooting at any moment…
A State of Failure
Today's guest post is by Steve Moore, Melibee's Safety and Emergency planning expert. Read Steve's commentary about the U.S. State Department and its implied role in assisting American citizens abroad.
How Higher Education Is Negatively Impacting Study Abroad
One can argue that the United States’ approach to higher education is resulting in higher costs for study abroad.
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