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What Subjects Can You Study Abroad: Top 10 [2024]

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

While you excitedly explore CIEE Study Abroad locations and specific program options , don’t forget to look for study abroad courses in specific areas of study , too! Being in... 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


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... keep reading

Studying abroad as a female student: Barcelona gender norms and safety tips

By Savannah S.

Studying abroad as a female student was a bit daunting at first! I was worried about my safety as a female foreigner, and I was unsure how I would fit... keep reading


Experiential Learning in Amsterdam

By CIEE Amsterdam at CIEE

If there's one thing you'll come to realize after studying abroad (and specifically in Amsterdam), it's that difference matters. When one pictures the Netherlands, it's hard not to immediately think... keep reading


Political Life and Involvement in France

By CIEE Rennes at CIEE

France, the country where going on strike is considered a national sport, is naturally a very politically involved nation. While living in Rennes and visiting other cities in France, I... 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


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


Spotlight on a Virtual Internship: Madison Peak

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Madison Peak, a rising Junior at Arizona State University, thought she would be spending this summer studying abroad in Prague. Unfortunately, COVID-19 made that impossible. Madison is planning to graduate... keep reading

"Decolonizing" myself through a journey in South Africa

By Rise T.

About a year ago, I decided to go to South Africa and made my mom cry. Most of the things people knew about this country were so negative related to... keep reading


5 Tips for Studying Abroad During an Election Year

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

It’s an election year in the United States and your vote matters. Here’s how to ensure your vote gets counted no matter where you land during your study abroad adventure... 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

Salida a Santiago: Museo de la Memoria y más

By Fox P.

Last Friday, I headed to PUCV’s Casa Central, a leisurely 10-minute walk from my house in Cerro Barón, after the usual hearty breakfast prepared for me by my lovely host... keep reading


Visit to Amnesty , Argentine section

By Natalia Nadal at CIEE

Professor Bruno Nunes and his Global Scholars students taking Comparative Politics course were received at the International Amnesty, Argentine section, by its Director of Promotion and Protection of Human Rights... keep reading


Visit to the Pink House

By Natalia Nadal at CIEE

By Liberal Arts Student Luke Green On Saturday, CIEE Liberal Arts and Open Campus students went on a tour of the Casa Rosada, the presidential palace of Argentina. Comparative Politics... keep reading