The Latest from Germany

Nov 23 8:40am

Summer Camp Friends

Post by Isabel Pineo

A good friend makes all the difference, but finding one isn’t always easy. Luckily, there’s a proven way to form deep connections in a short amount of time and I’m writing to report that it really works. Want to know what it is? Read more here.

Nov 23 8:15am

Travelling While Abroad

Post by Isabel Pineo

This is a post all about travelling while abroad – what it entails and the ways we can make our dreams of adventure a reality. Here I’ve laid out advice from three students: one who decided travel wasn’t for them, one who visits a new destination every weekend, and myself, occupying a place somewhere in between.

Nov 9 9:50am

Tips for Traveling While Studying Abroad

Post by Eliza Dubose

One of the many advantages of studying abroad in Europe is how incredibly easy it is to travel to all the countries that inhabited your childhood fantasies of elegance and grandeur. It’s less than 40 euros to get a train to Paris (with proper planning) from Berlin and a flight to Amsterdam is under two hours. There are a few excuses not to travel while you’re abroad.

Nov 8 3:09pm

IES Abroad 2022 Correspondent of the Year Interview

Post by Avery Trinidad

IES Abroad: Since your semester ended, what have you been up to? And what are your plans for fall and moving forward?

Nov 5 11:33am

Fall Break Photobook

Post by Kassidy Witt

Studying in Europe has made me even more restless to travel. There are so many countries so close by that you can just jump on a train or a super cheap flight and see the world. In Texas, I could drive for 8 hours and still be in Texas. In Europe, I could be in four different countries within a week. And I did just that.