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.
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!
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.
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?