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  • How To Study Abroad

    This article explores next steps towards studying aboard: TALK WITH YOUR ACADEMIC ADVISOR. Discuss your academic goals and graduation requirements with your advisor to ensure that you can successfu...

  • Diversity Abroad Passport Tour - What's it all about?

    Each year, Diversity Abroad embarks on the Passport Tour to visit a set of campuses across the United States. It is our way of bringing our resources directly to YOU - the students. Find out all th...

  • Leveraging Immersive Study in China to Meet Career Goals

    While I have always had the chance to peer at China from the periphery, moving to China provided me a unique opportunity to turn my perspective on its face and look from the inside at my surroundin...

  • Studying Abroad: New Perspectives On The United States

    So much of my growth during my study abroad experience has occurred outside of the classroom, or in “alternative” classrooms traveling around Xalapa, and other cities and villages in Mexico. I have...

  • My Study Abroad Experience In London

    Spring 2015 was the year I decided to study abroad after considering it for roughly four years prior. As I prepare to graduate from Temple University's Strategic Communications department, I realiz...

  • The Impressions of Paris to the Modern Day Artist

    This past summer, I wrapped up my time at UC San Diego as an undergraduate with 5 weeks abroad in Paris, France to study Jazz under the direction of Cecil Lytle and the aid of CEA Paris. It was a d...

  • Aggressive or Just Black: Exploring the African American Woman’s Interactions Abroad

    When I thought about studying abroad, I craved the academic freedom to be able to speak as I feel and think. I wanted the opportunity to be able to engage with my peers in a way that I was maybe fe...

  • 5 Study Abroad Destinations Every African American Student Should Consider

    Studying abroad is a major decision. There are many factors to consider, such as safety, programs of study, and historical and cultural interests. Those concerns are even more nuanced for students ...

  • 4 Steps to Land an Internship Abroad

    If you’re considering or have decided to do an internship abroad, we’ve compiled a few steps to ensure you are prepared for the process and secure the right one for you!

  • Women Going Abroad

    Being a woman abroad can be an eye-opening experience, because every culture has a different attitude towards women. Before and during your trip, find out about your host country’s cultural values ...

  • Minority & Students of Color Abroad

    In the U.S. you might be classified by your ethnicity, but abroad, you may be identified first as an American. The people you meet will likely have an opinion about the U.S., and may be eager to te...

  • How to Choose the Right Global Program for You

    Students have thousands of global programs to choose from which makes choosing the right program a tough decision. Thinking about what’s important to you in a global program can help you decide whi...

  • What is Study Abroad?

    Spending a period of time abroad, whether it be a month or a year studying, interning, researching or volunteering abroad, is an invaluable investment into your ability to be prepared for our ever-...

  • Students of Color in Italy

    Although many Italians do not consider their country to be racist, U.S. perceptions appear to differ. Many U.S. travelers feel that Italy is not, by and large a racist country. However, in discussi...

  • Religious & Spiritual Students in Spain

    Christianity, specifically Roman Catholicism, is the primary religion in Spain. Christian students will have no problem finding faith communities. Students that practice Islam will find a growing n...

  • Religious Diversity Abroad

    Religion plays a role in many cultures around the world. Whether you practice a religion or not, going abroad exposes you to different belief systems, which gives you an opportunity to learn more a...

  • Students on a Budget in Spain

    You don’t have to break the bank to have an enjoyable and memorable experience in Spain! Saving up for your trip ahead of time, making a budget and planning your must-see and do’s can be essential ...

  • Women Students in Spain

    Gendered and sexual violence is generally low in Spain. And although the government effectively enforces laws against assault, domestic violence, and workplace discrimination we can still see some ...

  • LGBTQ Students in Spain

    Although Spain has a very religious and Roman Catholic history, it is considered one of the most LGBTQ-friendly countries in the world. Same-sex couples have had the right to marry and adopt for ov...

  • Students of Color in Spain

    Though government policy may be aimed at restitution, the attitude on the ground may present a somewhat different story for students from ethnically diverse backgrounds.

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