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IES Abroad is a journey like no other. You know it because you've lived it. IES Abroad alumni are quick to say how their experiences abroad changed their lives. They talk about new skills, new friendships, new ways of thinking, new opportunities, and a new-found confidence to pursue their dreams. Now that you have returned from studying abroad, we are delighted to welcome you to our far-reaching network of more than 120,000 alumni across the world.

Alumni Updates by Location

We love to hear what IES Abroad alumni are doing today. Many of your classmates have already told us. Click on the link below to access updates from your Center.

 

Adelaide, Australia

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Arles, France

Auckland, New Zealand

Barcelona, Spain

Beijing, China  

Berlin, Germany

Buenos Aires, Argentina  

Cape Town, South Africa

Christchurch, New Zealand

Delhi, India  

Dijon, France

Dublin, Ireland

Durham, England

European Union

Freiburg, Germany

Galapagos, Ecuador  

Granada, Spain

Kunming, China

LondonEngland

Madrid, Spain

Melbourne, Australia  

Milan, Italy

Nagoya, Japan

Nantes, France  

Oxford, England

Paris, France  

Paris – BIA, France

Quito, Ecuador  

Rabat, Morocco

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  

Rome, Italy  

Salamanca, Spain

Santiago, Chile  

Shanghai, China  

Siena, Italy  

Sydney, Australia  

Tokyo, Japan  

Vienna, Austria

 
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Alumni Spotlight
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Elizabeth Souder

Meet Elizabeth Souder (IES Abroad Berlin | 1996-97), Assistant Editorial Page Editor at The Dallas Morning News, and our July Alum of the Month.

After studying abroad in Berlin, Elizabeth went on to work for the Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal in New York and was then transferred to Frankfurt, Germany, as a foreign correspondent. After three years in Germany, Elizabeth moved back to Texas where she landed her dream job as op-ed editor at The Dallas Morning News.

In our interview, Elizabeth shares how studying abroad in Berlin helped prepare her for professional success and taught her valuable life lessons she still draws upon today.