Study Abroad

Spanish from Cartagena to Patagonia

Language Magazine looks at study abroad options in Colombia and ArgentinaColombia Colombia’s position as the gateway to South America and the Amazon has shaped its...

Linguistic Chauvinism Condemned

Genevieve Finn examines two incidents of influential Americans demanding English be used by speakers of Asian languages which have sparked widespread criticism

Feb. 14 Deadline for Minority Study Abroad Scholarship

The Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship, which is co-sponsored by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) and...

Apply Now for Study Abroad Diversity Scholarships

American Councils Diversity Scholarship Fund has supported 65 students across seven study abroad programs in 11 different countries

Study Abroad Reaches New Highs

The latest Open Doors report shows record numbers of students are studying abroad but new international enrollments in the U.S. are dropping The number of...

Spain’s Student Ambassador Program

This program is part of the initiative “Study in Spain“ developed by the Trade Commission – Embassy of Spain in Miami, Florida. The goal...

Justice Ministry to Close Study Abroad Loophole For Foreign Students to...

The Justice Ministry plans to tighten rules for running Japanese-language schools from October in a bid to close loopholes that allow foreign students to...

UK ‘Likely’ to Lose Second Place Study Abroad Slot to Australia

The UK is likely to lose it’s spot as the second-most popular global study abroad location to Australia, according to a new report by...

Allez les Bleus! Soccer Study Abroad

Soccer, the world’s favorite game, is an inspiration for language learnersThe excitement of this summer’s World Cup finals in Russia reverberated around the world,...

Community Colleges Bring in $2.4 Billion a Year from International Students

The nearly 100,000 international students attending U.S. community colleges during the last academic year contributed $2.4 billion to the U.S. economy and supported more...