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Participants Abroad

15,000

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350+

International Participants

30,000

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For 70 years, we’ve had a single mission

To help people gain the understanding, acquire knowledge, and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world by bringing the world together through the most meaningful exchange programs available. Today, we advance our legacy as the leading nonprofit
international education organization by facilitating 50,000 exchange experiences for people from 136 countries each year.

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A Low-Income Student's Guide to Study Abroad
By Shyamala G.

Alright so this blog is going to be geared more towards my low-income siblings near and far who, just like their peers, want to take advantage of the Study Abroad...keep reading

Final Entry
By Olivia O.
For my final blog post of the semester, I wasn’t sure what to write. So, I’ve decided to take a page from my CIEE course this semester, and write about...keep reading
Korean Cafe-procene: Reviewed
By Olivia O.
Until I came to Korea, I was staunchly anti-coffee. While I still don’t drink anything other than a mocha, and I still prefer salty foods to sweet, I have come...keep reading
  • Leaving Korea: Reflections
    By Barritt R.
    Hello Everyone, the time has finally come.... Bags are beginning to be packed, and as I am desperately trying to sort out what should be left here in Korea, and...keep reading
  • So, Time's Up!
    By Ilse H.
    Reminiscing about how my time in Korea went from different to “Ah, this is hard” to “Wow, time passed so quickly, why is there never enough?” I feel like I...keep reading
  • A Day Trip to the East Side
    By Casey C.
    Hi Friends! Last week, I took a day trip to visit Yang Yang and Gangneung; these are cities right by the beach! My roommate Courtney and my friend Darren woke...keep reading
  • On Feeling Safe in South Korea
    By Barritt R.
    Greetings:) I hope whoever is reading this gets to do one thing they enjoy today (at the very least)! Today I thought I would talk about safety and crime in...keep reading