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We’re excited to have 29 IES Abroad Correspondents sharing their writing, photography, video, and other creative projects with us in Summer 2019.

Hernando Sevilla-Garcia, IES Abroad Diversity Relations Manager, reflects on his experience at the Clinton Global Initiative University.

Last month, the Forum on Education Abroad held its fourth European Conference in Prague from October 17-19. The Conference brought together educators from around the world to talk about diversity and community in Europe as it relates to students studying abroad.

Tremendous, world-class talent, creative, original—these are just some of the words award winning Film Critic Richard Roeper used to describe this year’s Finalist films at the 2018 IES Abroad Study Abroad Film Festival event.

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.

We enjoyed meeting new colleagues and reconnecting with long-time friends from around the world at the 2018 IES Abroad Annual Conference. And if you weren’t able to make it – we missed you! Check out highlights from the conference.

Four IES Abroad faculty members were recognized from more than 500 nominations for the Excellence in Teaching Award, the Instructor of the Year Award, and the Long-Term Faculty Member Award

There’s a lot to think about before you intern abroad. Our Ambassadors tell us what ‘scaries’ they experienced that turned out to be not so scary after all.

Are you ready to fall head over heels for study abroad?

Meet Lisa Travis (IES Abroad Freiburg, Fall 1988 | Bates College) co-founder of Pack-n-Go Girls, a multicultural travel adventure mystery book series for children. Discover how Lisa went from working in academia and global leadership consulting to authoring children’s books, and how she is changing the world one reader at a time.

An IES Abroad Rabat student shares about his experiences learning French and Arabic, living with a host family, meeting people, and dating in the LGBTQ+ community.