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Diversity and Inclusion Abroad Guide

Posted on May 02, 2019

For the majority of students, study abroad is an amazing and sometimes life changing experiences. But just like life at your home school, you may encounter some discrimination on your travels. For some students when they study abroad it will be the first time they will be in the position of being a minority.

Although you will be a minority in your host country, you may receive additional attention depending on your background and ethnicity, which may or may not be discrimination. People might judge you based on your ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or gender. Remember, there is nowhere in the world 100% free of ignorant people. Whatever happens, don’t let the possibility of discrimination prevent you from experiencing the life changing benefits of living abroad.

Explore the articles below as a Diversity Guide to Study Abroad to learn more about how your identity may be impacted during your experience abroad:

Women Abroad

Students On a Budget Abroad

First Generation Students Traveling Abroad

LGBTQ+ Students Abroad

Student with Disabilities Abroad

Students of Color Abroad

Adult Students Abroad

Heritage Seekers Traveling Abroad

Religious & Spiritual Students Abroad

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