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We chatted with John Luke Hawkins (IES Abroad Cape Town, Fall 2016 | Hope College) to hear more about how studying abroad spurred, what he described, as a “180 degree turn” in his life.

Dancing in a rain room, cooking dinner with your host family, swimming in saltwater abroad is packed with some pretty unforgettable moments.

Congratulations to Dr. Mary M. Dwyer, President & CEO of IES Abroad on her PIEoneer Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Industry!

The perfect study abroad program is out there, you just have to do a bit of simple research to find it. Follow our guide on how to make the most of the fair before, during, and after, to help turn your study abroad dreams into reality.

Make sure that studying abroad doesn’t get in the way of your vote, and follow these five steps for how to vote from abroad.

From home stay families and roommates to new academic environments and adjusting to life in a different country, IES Abroad Correspondents offer their experiences to help you learn what to expect while studying abroad.

Following a remarkable tenure as professor and more than a decade as the Vice Provost for Global Programs at Penn State University, Dr. Michael Adewumi will join IES Abroad as the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs.

We asked IES Abroad Ambassadors, recent alumni who volunteer to share their study abroad expertise, about the best free things to do in their study abroad host city. So, what was the number one free thing most all of our Ambassadors suggested?