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A semester internship abroad can provide added personal and career benefits for a longer period of time. You’ll be able to work on longer-term projects, see them through, and form stronger bonds with your colleagues.

Feeding ostriches in Cape Town, people watching in Berlin, selfies on top of mountains in New Zealand—our Spring & Summer 2017 study abroad students made the world their classroom, and they have the photos to prove it!

While studying abroad in New Zealand for more than five months, there was never a dull moment or view. Luckily my camera and I were attached at the hip (or by neck strap) so I never missed a good photo opportunity.

IES Abroad staff share their advice for making the most of your freshman year and setting yourself up for collegiate success.

From her list of 25 tips of what to expect when you study abroad in Italy to celebrating International Women’s Day and participating in the Stramilano (her first half-marathon), it’s easy to see why we are proud to award Abigail Grinberg (Milan, Academic Year 2016-17) our 2016-17 Study Abroad Blogger of the Year.

Meet Rich Venezia (IES Abroad Dublin, Fall 2010) Founder and Principal Genealogist at Rich Roots Genealogy, and our August Alum of the Month.

We stand together with schools and students in Texas affected by the recent devastating hurricane and tropical storm, Harvey, and will support them in every way possible.

Meet Leigh Wynveen, our August Ambassador of the Month! We’re happy to chat with her and hear her take on how she slowly adjusted to her shifting worldview and how she processed such a life-changing experience. 

We were happy to chat with Peyton Tatonetti, our August 2017 Ambassador of the Month. She opens up about meeting Argentines, appreciating local routines and mindsets, and how to handle not wanting to leave!

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