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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


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


The french way of thinking, being and interacting

By CIEE Rennes at CIEE

Coucou! I’m Tomi, a rising sophomore at the Claremont Colleges in Los Angeles, California. I’m originally from Seattle, Washington, like many of the other students at my school. We all... keep reading


Why Study at Tallinn University

By CIEE Tallinn at CIEE

Tallinn University (TLU) is a modern, dynamic, and innovative university located in the heart of Tallinn, Estonia. See list of courses. The university was established in 2005 after a merger... keep reading

Life as a Foreign Exchange Student Update 12/02/22

By Hunter L.

Academics: Only 3 school days left before reading and final exam weeks begin. I have been attending and keeping up with all of my classes due to my home school's... keep reading


Cuckoo for Chocolate in Madrid

By Eero Jesurun at CIEE

Today, most students and visitors to Madrid enjoy a hot cup of chocolate with churros. Many Liberal Arts students tell us it is one of their favorite customs that they... keep reading


Holocaust Studies in Madrid: Street History and Memory

By Eero Jesurun at CIEE

During one of our CIEE walking tours in Madrid, it's hard to keep a moment of silence on a noisy, bustling street of shops, bars, and restaurants. Yet we stop... keep reading


A virtual internship in London with MCH London

By Global Internships at CIEE

My name is Emilie Tornøe, I am a student at Aarhus University, Denmark. I study a master's program in International Business Communication. In this blog post, I will talk through... keep reading


Three Books to Read about African Americans in Spain and Study Abroad

By Eero Jesurun at CIEE

If you or anyone you know is considering study abroad in Spain, I would like to recommend three books about African Americans in Spain as initial reference points before the... keep reading


5 Study Abroad Programs to Shake Up Your Summer

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Everything’s Bueno in Buenos Aires On the hunt for an artsy city to earn credits and develop your Spanish language skills? Look no further than Buenos Aires – a city... keep reading


5 Ways to Step on the Wild Side of Study Abroad

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Stand in the Middle of a Cloud Ever wonder what it feels like to stand in the middle of a cloud? Then grab your backpack and head to the hills... keep reading


Event Planning at the Global Arena Research Institute

By Peter Mistrík at CIEE

By Alice Bodge, Student of Communications, New Media and Journalism Program, Prague, Fall 2019 This fall, I’ve had the pleasure of interning with the Global Arena Research Institute (GARI) in... keep reading

Time Travelling in Berlin

By Kevin G.

Throughout the 20th century, Berlin has suffered harshly from world wars, facist regimes and politically instability that divided an entire city for many years. While studying in Berlin, I became... keep reading


Interning in Prague

By Peter Mistrík at CIEE

By Chandler Compton, Student of Central European Studies Program, Prague, Spring 2019 At my internship site, the Institute of International Relations in Prague (IIR), researchers from around the world are... 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