If you've dreamed of joining the Peace Corps after graduation, study abroad is the perfect way to prepare. UCEAP alumna and former Peace Corps volunteer Rachel Shinto explains how these two experiences work together.
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Completing a college internship abroad is a great way to kickstart a future career before graduation. Here are just a few internships you can apply for on study abroad, as recommended by recent UCEAP returnees.
Studying abroad can be expensive, but sometimes it depends on where you go. Here are 23 countries with lower cost programs that can actually help you save money.
As an undergrad, I spent three semesters and two summers away from California. I hope my story encourages you to study abroad not just once, but many times.
Because you studied abroad in Ghana, you don't just know and recognize African culture. You've lived it. If you feel part Ghanaian now, check these signs.
I am a student with a disability and I rely on a wheelchair to get around. I'm sharing my study abroad experience so you can prepare for your own journey.
How do you convey the value of study abroad in a job interview? Here's what you can say in an interview to show how study abroad makes you the ideal candidate.
Edinburgh is full of things to do and see, and many of them are free! Here are few activities to plan into your study abroad bucket list for Scotland.
Want to discover solutions to the most critical environmental challenge of our time? Here are six study abroad programs that can help you stop climate change this year.
Study abroad scholarships can offset your expenses in a big way and make an amazing experience even better. And because so much funding is available, chances are you will receive a scholarship if you go for it.