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We get it. You might not always have the time to take classes for formal language instruction. Here are 20 ways to keep up your foreign language skills (or establish some basics) before you study abroad.

On recommendation from their IES Abroad professor, Sean Demmon and Abrahaim (Abe) Fleischman, both from University of Wisconsin – Madison, decided to explore the exhibits at the Louis Vuitton Foundation.

Eunice Shek (IES Abroad Nagoya & Dublin, 2016-17 | Knox College) shares how her Chinese American and pan-demic identities intersected with her study abroad experiences.

In this journal entry, Connie Prunch Dodge describes what it was like to return to Vienna 50 years later, and shares why “Vienna only becomes more fascinating with the passage of time.”

For Dr. Alvaro Artigas, his interests in economics and environmentalism reach from the global to the local level. Learn more about his career and courses at IES Abroad Paris BIA.

IES Abroad alum Catarina Ruiz Santiago (IES Abroad Barcelona, Spring 2018 ǀ University of Virginia) just completed a part-time internship in Spain while enrolled in the Barcelona – Liberal Arts & Business program.

Check out our Top 10 study abroad Instagram photos from May & June 2018, and be sure to tag your photos with #IESabroad for a chance to be featured in July!

Meet Lori Tharps (IES Abroad Salamanca 1992-93 | Smith College), Author, Journalist, and Associate Professor of Journalism at Temple University.

Our IES Abroad Correspondents share their experiences within the LGBTQ+ community around the world.

Study abroad is “me time” to the max – from choosing your study abroad program, to crossing activities and travel destinations off your bucket list. You get to set the course for how your study abroad narrative will pan out. However, studying abroad allows you to redefine your concept of "me time" as you engage with the global community.

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