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.
Attending college is expensive—especially in California—but studying abroad doesn't have to be an added cost. If you choose a location with a lower cost of living, you can save up to $12,500 in a year abroad. Here are 19 countries where study abroad costs less than a year at UC.
If you're a pre-med or life sciences major who needs physics credit, why not enjoy a culturally immersive experience and earn a year’s worth of credit over a summer abroad? These select study abroad programs can help you meet a few goals in just 8 short weeks.
Take a 3-minute tour of Madrid and all the city has to offer for college students studying abroad. Read on for travel tips from UCLA alumna, Lily Rodriguez.
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.
UC Berkeley alumna and two-time UCEAP student, Diana Arteaga, shares tips on how to study abroad in the beautiful city of Córdoba in the south of Spain.