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Guide to Exploring Study Abroad & Global Programs

  • Abroad360° - Virtual Advising & Student Success Platform

    Diversity Abroad’s Virtual Advising & Student Success Platform delivers inclusive and targeted resources to support your success throughout the education abroad experience. Abroad360 provides you 24/…

  • Is Study Abroad Safe?

    As the entire world grapples with the impact of COVID-19, thousands of students from around the world have had their international study or internship abroad plans disrupted. But, what if you’re plan…

  • How Language Study Led Me to Tunisia

    As a Latinx, I am bilingual and have had a huge interest in learning another foreign language. I started by watching YouTube videos of native speakers to see which ones interested me the most and wou…

  • The Journey Before the Journey: Finding the Right Program

    As part of my global studies major, I have the option of studying abroad and fulfill my degree requirements at the same time. I decided to find out which programs suited my needs as at the time of lo…

  • Health and Safety Issues Abroad

    It’s important that you take personal responsibility for your health and safety while abroad. If you don't take care of yourself, you’ll be at greater risk for illness and dangerous situations.

  • 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!

  • Standing Out as a Dental Student

    Our Diversity Abroad alumni have been able to prepare, engage, and reflect on their international experiences. Upon their return we asked them questions for them to share how they did all of the abov…

  • 3 Benefits of Study Abroad

    Besides being fun and exciting, study abroad is a unique life changing experience that will help you grow. Below are just a few of the various ways going abroad benefits you academically, professiona…

  • 6 Tips for Managing Dietary Restrictions While Abroad

    For anyone travelling to a different country, a unique set of challenges will surely arise. New surroundings, new customs, new people — you’ll be pushed to reach outside of your comfort zone in tryin…

  • A Girl Consumed by Wanderlust

    Our Diversity Abroad alumni have been able to prepare, engage, and reflect on their international experiences. Upon their return we asked them questions for them to share how they did all of the abov…

  • Going Abroad After Gaining Independence in College

    I decided to study abroad because I wanted to do something by myself. Before coming to college I had never spent a night away from my family, but during my freshman year I found a sense of independen…

  • Leveraging Your International Studies Major in the Global Sphere

    We live in an ever shrinking world where cross-border and even internal interactions of countries have always been complicated and often frustrating. As we become more interconnected through our jobs…

  • 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 surroundings…

  • Learning a Language and to Plan Less with Noah Hoech

    Our Diversity Abroad alumni have been able to prepare, engage, and reflect on their international experiences. Upon their return we asked them questions for them to share how they did all of the abov…

  • Learning Mandarin and Absorbing Chinese Culture Abroad

    Our Diversity Abroad alumni have been able to prepare, engage, and reflect on their international experiences. Upon their return we asked them questions for them to share how they did all of the abov…

  • LGBTQ+ Students Abroad

    If you are an LGBTQ+ student, it is important to understand that being out while you are abroad can affect your experiences. Some countries and cultures are open and accepting of LGBTQ+ people, and s…

  • 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 over…

  • LGBTQ Students in China

    In general, while China may not explicitly oppose LGBTQ identities, the country socially holds prejudice and stigma toward these groups. These beliefs lie largely among the older generation and conse…

  • Japan & Fashion

    In March 2015, I developed a love for Japanese culture. I began to study the language religiously, and made many friends with Japanese people online and with the Japanese community in New York City. …

  • It's Not Too Late! How to Go Abroad as a Graduating Senior

    While it is true that the earlier you consider studying abroad, the more options you have, a global experience can still be a possibility for a graduating seniors. It is important to determine where …

  • International Studies/Affairs

    We live in an ever shrinking world where cross-border and even internal interactions of countries have always been complicated and often frustrating. As we become more interconnected through our jobs…

  • International Business Major Goes Abroad

    Our Diversity Abroad alumni have been able to prepare, engage, and reflect on their international experiences. Upon their return we asked them questions for them to share how they did all of the abov…

  • Inspiration, Advice and Takeaways for Studying Abroad in China

    Our Diversity Abroad alumni have been able to prepare, engage, and reflect on their international experiences. Upon their return we asked them questions for them to share how they did all of the abov…

  • Improving Spanish while Abroad

    Our Diversity Abroad alumni have been able to prepare, engage, and reflect on their international experiences. Upon their return we asked them questions for them to share how they did all of the abov…

  • How to Use a TEFL & TESOL Certification

    Some English teaching schools do not require a college degree as long as you are a native speaker. At times, full time teaching positions require a bachelors' degree, though not necessarily in educat…