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Nami Island: Micronation on the Han River

By Emma M.

One of the perfect fall getaways from Seoul (Its proximity to Seoul makes it perfect for a day trip!) is that of Nami Island--a micronation on the Han River located... keep reading

Flying Internationally? Pack These Things

By Anna M.

Everyday I spend in Seoul, South Korea I have a few things I am grateful that I brought from America. As someone who has never traveled internationally, it's quite a... keep reading


Top 10 Study Abroad Programs for STEM Majors

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

If you’re a STEM student looking for a study abroad program, you’re in luck with CIEE! Read on as we list our top 10 study abroad programs for STEM majors... keep reading


Now is the time to think about coming to Beijing!

By CIEE Beijing at CIEE

Explore Beijing's rich cultural tapestry, blending tradition and modernity. Experience historic sites like the Forbidden City, embrace nature in parks and hills, and savor diverse culinary delights. Amid global reopening, China invites students to contribute to global connections while enjoying the city's vibrancy.


Top 10 Study Abroad Volunteer Opportunities with CIEE

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

If you’re itching to study abroad and truly make a difference during your trip, save this blog post as we dive into our Top 10 study abroad volunteer opportunities! Can... keep reading


The Ultimate Guide to Studying Abroad in Australia

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Known as the Land Down Under, studying abroad in Australia is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. From the country’s stunning coastline and its indigenous history to its modern, multicultural vibe, Australia has... keep reading


6 Best Study Abroad Programs in Australia

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

If you’re planning to study abroad in the Land Down Under, take note of our top study abroad programs. And heads up, we have a ton; each offering its own... keep reading


Student's Blog

By CIEE Kyoto at CIEE

Authored by Anum Bajwa Excuse me- can you please take a picture of me? When you look at Japan on Google Maps, you might not see Kyoto as a major... keep reading

Scuba Diving for the First time in 제주도

By Daravuth T.

The week after hiking Bukhansan with Teddy 선생님 and with the CIEE Program, I was invited by a group of friends that they were visiting Jeju Island the week after... keep reading


Top 6 Study Abroad Locations if You Love Wildlife

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

There are endless reasons to study abroad. Learning a new language, developing lifelong friendships, immersing yourself in a new culture, and experiencing new foods are just a few of the... keep reading


Best Amsterdam Study Abroad Programs

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

The capital of the Netherlands , Amsterdam is a beautiful European city with lots to do. It’s also a really pleasant place. Seriously, it seems everyone who visits Amsterdam notes... keep reading


Prague Study Abroad: FAQs and Answers

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Know n as the “City of a Hundred Spires,” Prague is a colorful and magnificent study abroad location. If you’ve been dreaming of studying abroad in the Czech Republic’s incredible... keep reading

Local Dishes You Have to Try While in Barcelona!

By Savannah S.

One of the most exciting parts of traveling abroad is getting to try some of the local cuisine! I had so much fun exploring the food culture in Barcelona, and... 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

Hiking Inwangsan with CIEE

By Emily S.

One of my goals during my semester abroad in South Korea? Climb every mountain, ford every stream, follow every rainbow... you understand. My close friends and I had already followed... keep reading