Have you thought about what a cultural experience abroad might do for your career? This starts by contemplating what cultural understanding and intercultural competency means and how these skills play a part in today’s job market.
Alum Amanda Vandiver (IES Abroad Melbourne, Fall 2012 | Texas Christian University) shares how her study abroad experience in Australia gave her the courage to move across the country to pursue her career goals.
We’re excited to have 41 IES Abroad Correspondents sharing their writing, photography, video, and other creative projects with us in Spring 2018. Check out some of our favorite Correspondent quotes (so far!)
From entering a strategic merger with The Study Abroad Foundation to awarding the most financial aid in our history, we’re excited by the work we accomplished in 2017, and we're motivated to continue providing students worldwide experiential learning opportunities in 2018.
Last month, IES Abroad students studying abroad in Shanghai with the Shanghai - Economy, Business, & Society Program received the unique opportunity to visit Taiwan and explore its rich food, culture, and traditions.
We were excited to introduce a new course during the Spring 2017 semester: Brexit: The United Kingdom and the European Union–A Troubled History. The course is available at IES Abroad London, taught by Dr. Michael Drolet, and IES Abroad European Union, taught by Dr. Iannis Carras. Check out how students collaborated with those at the other center.