Tag: study abroad

Keeping Up with les Voisins

Michael Ballagh questions the rankings race in study abroad participation U.S. institutions of higher education have long sought validation in the rankings system dominated by entities such as U.S. News and Forbes. Less commonly known is the academic “arms race” around the number of students who study abroad; college websites tout these high rates as an indicator of institutional success,...

The World’s Most-Educated Country

The fact that more than half of Canada’s residents have a college or university degree helps to make it a top destination for international education   Canada, known for its natural beauty, diversity, inclusive values, and high standard of living, is internationally recognized as one of the best countries to live and study in. Its popularity as an international study destination...

Making the Most of Europe

Students (and teachers) should take advantage of the many travel deals on offer to see as much as they can of this diverse continent People planning to study in Europe should be sure to add some extra time to the trip so that they can experience more of the continent. Here are some tips: Transatlantic Travel Flying across the Atlantic is currently...

Become a Spanish Student Ambassador

Students can now apply to be the representative of Spain and the campaign Study in Spain (SiS) in their university for the next round of the Student Ambassador Program. The program aims to strengthen relations and the image of Spain in higher learning institutions across the U.S. through various promotional activities conducted by the SiS Student Ambassadors in their universities,...

Bipartisan Bill Seeks to Boost Study Abroad

Congresswoman Cheri Bustos (D-IL) and Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) have introduced the latest incarnation of the bipartisan Senator Paul Simon Study Abroad Program Act. This bill would establish a competitive grant program, run by the Department of Education, for colleges and universities to expand study abroad opportunities for undergraduate students. It, like previous versions, is named after the late...

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 Spain When 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

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...
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