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How to Pack for a Semester Abroad in London

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

@cieestudyabroad What to pack for a semester abroad in London #cieestudyabroad #studyabroad #packinglist #packingessentials #london #england #europe #travelessentials I Think I Like When It Rains - WILLIS Heading to London... keep reading

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Top 20 German Slang Words and Phrases You Must Know

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Mastering the German language goes beyond learning proper grammar and vocabulary from textbooks. To truly communicate like a native, you need to embrace the vibrant world of German slang. These... keep reading

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Top 20 French Slang Words and Phrases You Must Know

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

France, a country renowned for its rich culture, beautiful language, and vibrant history, is also home to a dynamic and ever-evolving lexicon of slang. From the bustling streets of Paris... keep reading

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How Much do Internships Abroad Cost?

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

In today’s globalized world, internships abroad have become invaluable to students’ future careers – essential, even. International experience offers life-changing outcomes from personal growth to professional training to exposure to... keep reading

Finding a Sense of Home While Abroad

By Kate S.

Now that my semester abroad is coming to end, I think it’s a good time to share with you what I did (and what I wish I did) to make Seoul feel like a home away from home.

Should You Take CIEE’s Intercultural Communication and Leadership Course?

By Kate S.

Are you wondering whether or not you should sign up for Intercultural Communication and Leadership with CIEE? Here, I share details about the course and my experience taking it.

CIEE: More than Just Travel-

By Kyla D.

What's great about CIEE is that they give you not just the chance to study abroad but to work on your career. I had the the opportunity to participate in... keep reading

Last Days in Seoul: A Small Glimpse of what's going on in my mind.

By Kyla D.

It is a completely understatement to say that I am not ready to leave Korea. As a rising senior who is preparing for two thesis, fellowships, grad-school, internships and employment... keep reading

We're gonna go to Busan, like it's your Birthday!

By Kyla D.

For my friends birthday, we decided to go to Busan. I really recommend going! Busan is the second biggest city in South Korea after sort of 3.3 million citizens. It... keep reading

Just take a Bus! It's that easy!

By Kyla D.

Just take a Bus! A Short Guide to Sightseeing in Seoul on a Budget: I've mentioned this before on a previous blog post, but I love sightseeing! In my last... keep reading

Mullae, Seoul’s Art Neighborhood: Seoul Neighborhoods Series

By Kate S.

In this series, I will introduce you to some of my favorite neighborhoods in Seoul. I hope this helps you as you make your Seoul bucketlist!

All Goods Things Must Come to an End

By Hailey B.

My time here in Seoul has been full of experiences I will never forget. My intercultural competence and tolerance has been challenged and pushed, but through the lessons I learned... keep reading

Who Would've Thought I'd be Going to Thailand?

By Hailey B.

If I could tell my high school self that I would be 21, studying abroad in Seoul, South Korea, but traveling to Phuket, Thailand, I would have told me I... keep reading

Service Learning in Santiago, Chile

By Angelica C.

When I started my service-learning placement at El Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos (MMDH), I was more nervous than excited. My role with the reception team was... keep reading

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Sounds of the Land Down Under: A Journey Through Australian Music

By CIEE Sydney at CIEE

Australia's music scene is as diverse and vibrant as the country itself, spanning genres from rock and pop to indigenous music and electronic dance. From iconic bands and legendary artists... keep reading