College Study Abroad Blog
By: Priya Moran Sydney , Australia , is an awesome city with no shortage of activities and attractions for college students to explore. From its iconic landmarks to hidden gems... keep reading
By: Rachel Fischler In a city of over three million people and an extraordinary public transportation system, it is a miracle I only got lost in Berlin once! While uncomfortable... keep reading
Writing a personal statement is an important aspect of the study abroad application process. However, if you’re unfamiliar with the practice, it can seem overwhelming. Have no fear – CIEE... keep reading
If you’re considering a study abroad program, it’s likely that you’re also thinking about your housing options! While you’re anticipating exciting courses and foreign country exploration, having a better understanding... keep reading
One of the first experiences students immerse themselves in when they arrive in Buenos Aires is the food. Some are pleasantly surprised, others find it a little more difficult to adapt. However, one thing that no one fails to do is to try everything: sweet, savory, on foot, in a long after-dinner conversation. Food is a central part of Argentine culture. And if we talk about sweets, the famous alfajor is a must. Now, when newcomers ask us what is an alafajor? The answer is not so easy.