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4 Best Countries to Study Abroad in Africa

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

Africa is the world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent on the planet. The people, the landscapes, the animals, and more that make up this magnificent region are diverse and profound. If... keep reading

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Public Health Study Abroad: Everything You Need to Know

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

If you’re majoring in public health , or if the subject is related to your studies in some way, save this post. You can even bookmark this piece if you’re... keep reading

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Studying while Studying Abroad?

By College Study Abroad Ambassador at CIEE

By: Kennedy Jarosz How do you deal with studying for something outside of school while abroad? When I was studying in London and Rome in the spring semester of my... keep reading

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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

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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

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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

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Environmental Injustice

By Karen Masters at CIEE

BY VANESSA CORREA, Teaching Assistant in the Sustainability and the Environment Program It is no secret that, since the industrial revolution, environmental contamination has grown exponentially. This negatively affects rivers... keep reading