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Welcome to E-Estonia!

By CIEE Tallinn at CIEE

As you gear up for your study abroad adventure in Estonia, get ready to dive into a world where the 'E' stands for electronic, and the possibilities are boundless. The... keep reading

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5 TIPS FOR GETTING A GREAT DEAL ON YOUR STUDY ABROAD FLIGHTS

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Searching for affordable and convenient flights can be tricky. Perhaps you found the perfect flight, only to discover it involves three layovers and an airport overnight stay. Maybe you landed... keep reading

Phone, Money, and SIM Card

By Caroline R.

Hey! I just wanted to provide some info about what I chose to do regarding my phone and getting a Korean number/data plan, as well as money, what I budgeted... keep reading

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Why Study at Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech)

By CIEE Tallinn at CIEE

Tallinn has several highly regarded universities that offer a wide range of academic programs. For example, TalTech was founded in 1918 as the Tallinn University of Technology and has since... keep reading

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A BARGAINING CULTURE

By CIEE Legon at CIEE

In many open air markets in West Africa, bargaining is a big part of the buying and selling culture and Ghana is no different. In Accra, the capital, you can... keep reading

What I Spend in a Week in Seoul

By Liz S.

Study abroad is super fun, but you know what isn't? Suddenly running out of money partway through your program. Knowing general cost of living and how you typically spend money... keep reading

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Get Up to $1,000 for Airfare!

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Don’t let the price of an international plane ticket hold you back from studying abroad! If you’re eligible for a Federal Pell Grant, you’re also eligible for a Global Access... keep reading

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Summer. Study. Intern. Smart.

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Summer is here and it’s the perfect time for a change of scenery. Why not grab a few credits or some work experience abroad? Here are the top six reasons... keep reading

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Circular economy: Community engagement and sustainable models

By Vanessa Correa at CIEE

Written by Lennae Starr (Whitman College), Internship in Sustainability and the Environment This October, my internship was with the Monteverde Commission for Resilience to Climate Change (CORCLIMA), working to educate... keep reading

So Many Countries...Only One Semester

By Madilyn H.

Hi guys! Here is my video blog for my take on traveling to other countries while you are abroad! And attatched are some of my favorite photos from my trips... keep reading

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Let’s Get Down to Business, BUSINESS MAJORS!

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

If you’re a business major or minor – good news! CIEE now offers more than 250 business courses - across 40+ countries - so you can easily put an international... keep reading

I never thought studying abroad would change me, but it has...

By Alfred M.

My time in Cape Town has been incredible. Arriving in Cape Town on a Sunday night before our Monday orientation, I stayed in a local Rondebosch AirBnB nearby. It was... keep reading

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Get Up to $2,500 in CIEE Merit Scholarships!

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

If you’re at the top of your academic game, good news! You could be eligible for any of the study abroad merit scholarships below ! To find out, fill-in the... keep reading

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Get Up to $9,000 to Study Abroad!

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Sound like a dream come true? It’s not. Make study abroad your reality by following these simple steps: First, if you are eligible for a Federal Pell-Grant, apply for the... keep reading

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How to Talk to Your Parents About Study Abroad

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

It’s a big decision to study abroad but it’s also a life-changing one. Not just for you, but for your parents, as well. Here are a few ways to prepare... keep reading