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SPAIN WORKSHOP – December 2017

The SPAIN WORKSHOP is a great opportunity for accredited US higher learning institutions to learn more about the educational opportunities that Spain offers, as well as having a first-hand experience for those who are considering Spain as a destination for their study abroad programs.The event is sponsored and fully funded by ICEX España Exportación e Inversiones and the association EDUESPAÑA,...

Ahora es el Momento

There’s never been a better time to study in SpainWhen Spain adopted the euro as its currency nearly 20 years ago, prices rose overnight, some say by over 25%, and the country was suddenly no longer the budget destination that overseas visitors had taken advantage of for decades....

Study Abroad for All?

How can the benefit of international education be made available to all American students, as recommended by a new Congressional report? Although last month’s news was dominated by the administration’s actions that depressed prospects for increased international educational exchange, on March 1, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) released its much-anticipated report “America’s Languages: Investing in Language Education...

Study Abroad VLOG #2

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Hola! This is my vlog documenting my study abroad experience in Cuzco, Peru! Follow along to hear about my adventures, and watch my Spanish improve!    

Study Abroad Video Blog, Day 1, Cuzco Peru

Creative Director of Language Magazine, Leanna Robinson, is currently in Cuzco, Peru to take Spanish classes at a school, Academia Latinoamerica. She will be documenting her travels along the way, and as you watch the vlog you can follow along with her, and watch her Spanish improve! For students interested in studying abroad, watching her vlog may be insightful...

International Students Steadily Interested in U.S.

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The Institute of International Education (IIE) has announced a new survey on international admissions, and the conclusions are more optimistic than some may have expected.The survey, titled “Shifting Tides: Understanding International Student Yield for Fall 2017” outlines the admission cycle in the 2017/18 year in the face of raised concerns among U.S. higher education institutions due to debates over...

Study Abroad in Buenos Aires With Elebaires

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In the heart of Buenos Aires, Elebaires offers Spanish immersion programs of varying lengths including both private and group lessons year round, excursions, support services, social and cultural activities, and skill workshops such as tango and photography.The school provides local homestays with Argentine students or families, as well as internship and volunteer placements to complement courses. They offer special...

Study Abroad With El Pasaje Spanish School

El Pasaje Spanish School was founded 5 years ago by a group of Spanish teachers, and has already achieved an important presence online thanks to the positive feedback of its former students: it’s well known for being highly rated on travel websites, travelers’ forums and social networks.The school is located in the very center of Buenos Aires, and offers...

A Country of Many Canadas

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Learning French in Canada has never been easier, and the quality has never been betterIt’s not surprising that close to 200,000 students come to study in Canada every year, and that number looks set to double over the next few years. Canada’s quality of life has been ranked in the top three for seven years in the UN Quality...