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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✈️🧳🌊⋆🐚

A Day in My Life

By Ainslie L.

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

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

How to Embrace Studying Abroad

By Brooke W.

Studying abroad is an amazing and once-in-a-lifetime experience for most people. Therefore take the time to really dive into the area, meet the local people, and embrace the outer limits... keep reading

A Weekend of Discovery and Delight: Exploring Korean Cinema and Cuisine

By Truc H.

Come with me on a weekend filled with joy, cultural immersion, and delicious food. From experiencing a captivating Korean film without subtitles to savoring the diverse flavors of Mangwon Market's street food, every moment was filled with excitement and discovery. 🎥😋

From CIEE

Eat, Drink, Explore: Auckland

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

@cieestudyabroad Eat, Drink, Explore: Auckland, New Zealand Check out our NEW study abroad programs in Auckland in our bio! Show Me How - Men I Trust Eat Hāngī is a... keep reading

From CIEE

How Does Studying Abroad Work?

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

So you found some locations you'd like to visit, programs you'd be interested in applying to, and courses relevant to your major, but have you ever wondered, "How does studying... keep reading

Seoul Seeking: Deok-su Palace Galbijim and Finding Ones Self

By Hailey B.

Growing up half Korean half white, while living in Chinatown Chicago, my life has been surrounded by a variety of cultures, histories, and tastes. Since arriving in Seoul I have... keep reading

From CIEE

My Top 5 Favorite Cafes and Places to Study in Prague

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By: Rebekah Powell While studying abroad in Prague, the one thing about my home university (Georgetown) that I quickly began to miss was the plethora of places to study just... keep reading

From CIEE

CIEE named Overall Top Study Abroad Provider for 2023 by GoOverseas

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

CIEE has been named one of the Overall Top Study Abroad Providers by GoOverseas – a popular community review site for international and culturally immersive education programs. This is CIEE’s... keep reading

From CIEE

5 Must Try Tapas In Barcelona

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By: Grace Cowhig One of the best things about studying abroad in Barcelona is the wide variety of different foods I have been able to try that I have never... keep reading

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Embracing My Life in Taipei

By CIEE Taipei at CIEE

By Chester Chou (Program Manager Taipei) Serene Beginnings: Embracing Taipei's Tranquility and Affordability I enjoyed the tranquility, affordability, and unhurried pace of my small-town upbringing. Initially hesitant about working and... keep reading

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Studying in Santiago on Summer

By CIEE Santiago at CIEE

Studying abroad as an exchange student in Santiago de Chile during summer is a unique and enriching experience. The city is known for its vibrant culture, rich history, and stunning... keep reading

Visiting Damyang Bamboo Forest (담양대나무숲)

By Emma M.

Today I will be recounting a little trip to Damyang Bamboo Forest in South Korea! For one weekend in early December, a couple friends and I took a short trip to Gwangju City--leaving Seoul for the last time before the weather got too cold!

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A Day of Change

By CIEE Kyoto at CIEE

Authored by Alex Jo I’ve discovered that in Japan, everyone waits for the crosswalk signals to cross the street. Even at 1 in the morning with zero cars, you would... keep reading