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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

How Studying Abroad Truly Changed My Life

By Anna M.

Being able to see the world and experience a new culture has given me new outlooks on life and sweet memories that I will never forget. In South Korea I... keep reading


Your Study Abroad FAQs [Answered!]: Part II

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

We get it. Embarking on the adventure of a lifetime raises some questions that require additional information. And that’s what we’re here to do! Read on as we answer your... keep reading

Surprising Shocks of Studying Abroad

By Anna M.

One of the most unexpected and exciting aspects about studying abroad is just how many friends you make from countries all around the world. I have learned so much about... keep reading


Brixton: My neighbourhood

By CIEE London at CIEE

Brixton is in the heart of South London, it positively pulsates with energy and diversity. Its eclectic charm draws people from all walks of life, creating a unique tapestry of... keep reading

My experience in being a Black woman in South Korea

By Floriesha B.

One of the things that I feared the most was having my Blackness interfere with my experience studying abroad. Upon choosing South Korea as my host country, I was already... keep reading

How To: KTX (Korea's Bullet Train)

By Caroline R.

Heyo! I just recently took a KTX train for the first time and thought I would share my experience. I decided to take a trip to Busan for the weekend... keep reading


Katie Durow: “In Berlin, the people rebel with outbursts of colour through art and music which cries with exhilarating freedom”

By CIEE Berlin at CIEE

Katie is from an area near Chicago, Illinois. She studies at Arizona State University, double majoring in International Relations and German, an also double minoring in Sustainability and Human Rights... keep reading


Challenges of Studying Abroad You May Face (And How to Overcome Them)

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Studying abroad is an adventure of a lifetime, yet like anything, it can come with some challenges and learning curves. After all, you are exploring a (likely) brand new country... keep reading

5 Things About South Korea that Altered my Brain Chemistry

By Sandra M.

Accessible Public Transportation South Korea has an amazing public transportation system! Coming from Dayton, Ohio I’m used to having to drive if I want to get anywhere. Here I can... keep reading

National Health Insurance: Advice and Tips

By Caroline R.

Hello! I just had to pay my Health Insurance bill today, and I had many issues and questions about it, so I thought I'd share my experience as well as... keep reading


Top 10 Most Affordable Study Abroad Programs

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Studying abroad is a life-changing experience we wish for every student, including YOU. That’s why we offer a ton of programs in a range of price points that are packed... keep reading

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Studying Abroad in London

By Elizabeth P.

AKA the most important lessons I learned my first week here As someone who identifies at their core as an over-planner, I honestly felt very prepared for my move to... keep reading


CIEE Global Interns Supporting Social Enterprise

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Global Internships are an important part of the work we do at CIEE to help individuals build bridges across culture and contribute positively to the world. Working abroad is the... keep reading