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We think the IES Abroad professors, local faculty who teach at our Centers around the world, are incredible academics and incredible people. But don’t just take our word for it. Hear from our alumni about their favorite IES Abroad professors.

Congratulations to IES Abroad Diversity Relations Manager, Hernando Sevilla-Garcia, on being selected to attend the 11th annual Clinton Global

When you study abroad in Europe, Amsterdam is a quick weekend trip away….and so worth it! Here are my top 10 tips to make the most out of two days in Amsterdam.

We are excited to announce that with the help of the IES Abroad community of alumni and friends, we have successfully reached our goal of securing 50 monthly donors for the Building Bridges Monthly

Whether you’re learning a language for the first time or you’ve had years of classroom instruction, studying abroad invites you to take your language abilities to the next level.

After studying abroad, Brianne Recker (IES Abroad Granada Customized Program, Spring 2016 | University of Michigan—Ann Arbor) made her way back to teach in Spain. Read on to discover how she made it happen, and her advice for other alumni looking to do the same.

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.

Study abroad is packed with some pretty unforgettable moments. Our Spring & Summer 2018 Photo Contest captures these moments in incredible ways.

We could tell you how amazing studying abroad is, but we believe our students say (and show) it best!

Friends who have already studied abroad can be some of your best resources. Here are 68 questions better than “how was study abroad?” on everything from planning & predeparture to food, travel, housing, and more!

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

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