Many students feel just like Julianna does before heading off on their study abroad adventure of a lifetime. The journey ahead can be exciting, uncertain, and incredible all at once, and who better to share those experiences than students studying abroad in real time? Our IES Abroad Correspondents offer their stories to help you learn what to expect while studying abroad.
We are excited to introduce our 54 Spring 2019 Correspondents who will be sharing their authentic voices on IES Abroad Blogs through their writing, photography, video, and other creative projects.
Our Correspondents have already been sharing their expectations and uncertainties in preparing for their study abroad experiences. Meet the bloggers in this video and follow along as we redefine their world.
You know that feeling when you’re rushing to write a paper the night before it’s due, and you realize you forgot your textbook in your room, only to head back and remember you lent it to your classmate who's out of town? Oh, and your laundry is piling up, you need to book your flight home for sum
Meet Jay Lauf (IES Abroad Durham 1984-85 | Connecticut College), co-CEO of Quartz, a global digital news site with more than 100 journalists on five continents. Read on as Jay shares his professional journey in journalism, the inspiration behind Quartz, and how lessons learned abroad have impacted him every step of the way.
Once a year, nearly 200 international education professionals head to Capitol Hill for NAFSA’s Advocacy Day, where they’re given the chance to educate Congress on the value of international education and the need for a more globally engaged and welcoming United States.