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Preparing for Studying Abroad

By Brooke W.

Studying abroad is a huge decision to make but it will be one of the best of your life. You will make amazing memories, friends, and have the experience of... keep reading

Exploring the Vibrant Charms of Busan: A Journey Through South Korea's Coastal Gem

By Truc H.

Join me on a virtual journey as I explore Busan's iconic landmarks such as the Jagalchi Fish Market, Seomyeon street, Gamcheon Culture Village, Haeundae Blue Line Park, Gwangalli Beach, and indulge myself in Busan's culinary delights, from fresh raw seafood to savory odeng and dwejigukbap✈️🧳🌊⋆🐚

So it’s the Weekend and You’re Bored in Seoul

By Brooke W.

For starters you will never be bored in Seoul. I visited more places, tried more food, and explored more in the first week I was abroad than I ever have... keep reading

Overnight Trip to Jeonju

By Kristie S.

Now that I have settled into life in Korea, it's time to do some travel outside of Seoul. First stop? Jeonju! The idea of going Jeonju did not even come... keep reading

How to Embrace Studying Abroad

By Brooke W.

Studying abroad is an amazing and once-in-a-lifetime experience for most people. Therefore take the time to really dive into the area, meet the local people, and embrace the outer limits... keep reading

Its the Weekend! 3 Fun things to Do in Seoul!

By Kristie S.

HEY! It's the Weekend, Let's check out Seoul! You might be wondering what are some things that you could do on the weekends in Seoul. In fact, there are so... keep reading

From CIEE

Don't Forget to Wander

By CIEE Edinburgh at CIEE

Hello! I’m the Program Manager here at CIEE Edinburgh. I’m originally from the US and studying abroad in Prague and Seville inspired me to continue living abroad after graduating. I... keep reading

From CIEE

Unveiling Heritage: A Cultural Excursion to the National Palace Museum in Taipei

By CIEE Taipei at CIEE

By Chester Chou (Program Manager Taipei) On March 23rd, 2024, CIEE Taipei led Spring-term students on an unforgettable cultural excursion to the renowned National Palace Museum. Situated in Taipei, the... keep reading

As EXO Once Sang: Someone Call the Doctor

By Kristie S.

Imagine this: You arrive in Korea and everything is going well so far. You are exploring Sinchon (신촌), looking around Yonsei (연세대), and clubbing in Hongdae (홍대). However, one Sunday... keep reading

From CIEE

Ratul Rauniar: “Berlin has been a breath of fresh air”

By CIEE Berlin at CIEE

Ratul Rauniar Pradhan is one of our students from Open Campus Spring 2024 studying in Berlin. He is originally from Nepal, Kathmandu currently a junior in Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, where... keep reading

From CIEE

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

From CIEE

Explore and Grow while Studying Abroad! My Story in Taiwan: Biking with the Elderly

By CIEE Taipei at CIEE

By Brenna Tosh (2024 J-term student in Taipei) My CIEE experience in Taiwan was transformational. I seriously encourage anyone considering one of their programs to take the leap of faith... keep reading

From CIEE

TRAVELING IN CHINA

By CIEE Shanghai at CIEE

By Fall 2023: Abena = College of William & Mary ‘25 (International Relations) - ACL Program Angela = Hamilton College ‘25 (Chinese and Sociology) - CGC Program Aside from the... keep reading

From CIEE

CIEE Shanghai Overnight Excursion to XI’AN AND LUOYANG

By CIEE Shanghai at CIEE

By Fall 2023: Abena = College of William & Mary ‘25 (International Relations) - ACL Program Angela = Hamilton College ‘25 (Chinese and Sociology) - CGC Program 大家好! We are... keep reading

Visiting Damyang Bamboo Forest (담양대나무숲)

By Emma M.

Today I will be recounting a little trip to Damyang Bamboo Forest in South Korea! For one weekend in early December, a couple friends and I took a short trip to Gwangju City--leaving Seoul for the last time before the weather got too cold!