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The Ultimate Guide to Studying Abroad in France

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Beauty. Glamour. Taste. France has it all, making it a timeless destination for the millions of visitors who travel from all around the world to explore this incredible country each... keep reading

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How Study Abroad Helped Me Discover My Potential

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By Raycell Diaz Hernandez Embarking on my senior year of college, the allure of studying abroad led me to the picturesque streets of Seville, Spain – a city where history... keep reading

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Top 20 Aussie Slang Phrases and Words

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Studying abroad in Australia is an exciting opportunity to immerse yourself in a vibrant culture, explore stunning natural landscapes, learn about nearly 300,000 diverse species of wildlife, and of course... keep reading

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Study Abroad and Volunteering: Embracing Seville's Heart with Sevilla Acoge

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By Raycell Diaz Hernandez In the heart of Southern Spain, Seville beckons with its vibrant culture, rich history, and warm hospitality. Beyond the well-trodden tourist paths lies a deeper, more... keep reading

Preparing for Studying Abroad

By Brooke W.

Studying abroad is a huge decision to make but it will be one of the best of your life. You will make amazing memories, friends, and have the experience of... keep reading

Exploring the Vibrant Charms of Busan: A Journey Through South Korea's Coastal Gem

By Truc H.

Join me on a virtual journey as I explore Busan's iconic landmarks such as the Jagalchi Fish Market, Seomyeon street, Gamcheon Culture Village, Haeundae Blue Line Park, Gwangalli Beach, and indulge myself in Busan's culinary delights, from fresh raw seafood to savory odeng and dwejigukbap✈️🧳🌊⋆🐚

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Connections and Engagements of CIEE Tallinn

By CIEE Tallinn at CIEE

One of the key advantages of our programs is the strong network of connections we have established with prominent institutions and communities in Estonia. Our partnerships extend to esteemed organizations... keep reading

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A Day in the Life of a Study Abroad Student in Seville

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By Emma Da Silva After studying abroad in Sevilla for a few weeks, I got my daily routine down. A typical day in my life starts by making a small... keep reading

A Day in My Life

By Ainslie L.

Read about a typical Wednesday in my life as a student studying abroad in Lisbon, Portugal!

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Sydney vs. Melbourne Study Abroad: Which is Better for You?

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

You’ve decided to study abroad in Australia. Exciting! This incredible country is the perfect place to take your studies. With its rich biodiversity, fascinating history, 200,000+ diverse species, and unique... keep reading

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What to Pack for Study Abroad in Seville

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By Emma Da Silva Thinking of what to pack for your study abroad time is hard when you want to travel to different countries during your time there. Having to... keep reading

So it’s the Weekend and You’re Bored in Seoul

By Brooke W.

For starters you will never be bored in Seoul. I visited more places, tried more food, and explored more in the first week I was abroad than I ever have... keep reading

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Take Advantage of Study Abroad By Saying "Yes"

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By Emma Da Silva For most people, you are only abroad for a few months. Only a certain amount of time for new friends, experiences, and exploring. You have to... keep reading

Overnight Trip to Jeonju

By Kristie S.

Now that I have settled into life in Korea, it's time to do some travel outside of Seoul. First stop? Jeonju! The idea of going Jeonju did not even come... keep reading

A Weekend in Gyeongju: Tombs, Temples, and Cherry Blossoms

By Kate S.

This past weekend, I took a trip to a city I’ve wanted to visit for years: Gyeongju! I made my way to Seoul Station Saturday afternoon and got on the... keep reading