Traveling abroad for the first time is both exciting and a little scary. You can’t know or plan for everything before studying abroad, but you can make your starting point easier. Take a look at these top UCEAP study abroad programs recommended for first-time travelers.
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.
Why study abroad in Hong Kong? Justin Leung from UC Santa Barbara just returned and has 5 reasons why you should study abroad in Hong Kong this year.
Learn about Dutch food, culture and the best study abroad tips for the Netherlands in this 3-Minute Guide to Maastricht city by Martin Reyes, UC Merced.
Follow your wanderlust to Italy and learn the truth about real gelato, the best student neighborhood and mouth-watering Italian dishes you must try! UCSB alumna, Christina Chilin, shares 3 minutes on Rome!
Got writer’s block? Follow the great artists of history—Hemingway, Rowling, even Picasso—to their favorite cafés and find your inspiration abroad.
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...
New Zealand New Zealand, as well as Fiji and Australia, has been a time of freedom, independence and most of all, change for [...]
The golden time between June and September is ideal for study abroad and, of course, music festivals! Music is both unique to cultures and a universal commonality; it offers a fun way to immerse in any country you visit. If you’re planning on attending a UCEAP summer program this year, grab your hat and sunscreen and stop by your nearest music festival. We’ve picked out some of the best festivals near UCEAP locations abroad to help you plan for it.
My time in Brazil was eye-opening. I immersed myself in a beautiful culture that was so different than anything I had previously experienced, and I gained more from it than I would have ever imagined.