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.
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.
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.
Looking to keep a healthy exercise routine in a cold climate? These fitness tips are sure to boost your workout program when traveling beyond the sunny borders of California.
If you get that gelato is a food group, own one too many scarves and reminisce daily about the time you studied abroad in Italy, this is for you.
Got writer’s block? Follow the great artists of history—Hemingway, Rowling, even Picasso—to their favorite cafés and find your inspiration abroad.
After one of the most incredible, memorable experiences of your life, there’s a place for you as a returnee and ways you can stay connected with the world you’ve come to know and the person you’ve become.
Strange food, cold weather, new roommates, planes, trains, buses and metro rides. If you don’t get sick while abroad, you are a marvel of science. While a trip to a medical clinic is not at the top of your travel plans, you might as well prepare for the inevitability.
Finding a new place to live is not easy, especially in a foreign country with language barriers, currency exchange rates and unfamiliar laws. Luckily, many...