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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.

Whether Granada is your hometown or your study abroad destination for a few months, Esteban Romero-Frías, Ph.D., is ready and willing to help you engage in the community.

Don’t let finances hold you back from thoroughly enjoying your study abroad experience! Take notes from alumni on how to save money while studying abroad.

New to our Film Festival jury in 2018, we invite you to get to know jury member Regge Life.

Read tips from IES Abroad Ambassadors, recent alumni who are ready and eager to help you make the most of study abroad – no matter the size of your bank account.

While studying abroad in Argentina, IES Abroad Ambassador Jessie Duska learned how to budget for her semester, and also how to save money in a variety of ways.

Get ready to launch your career with study abroad, and explore our e-book, "Making the Most of Study Abroad: A Guide for the Career-Minded Student" created in collaboration with GoAbroad.com.

You don’t have to pretend studying abroad never happened. You can use the experience to launch your career. Here are some of the opportunities where you can parlay your global curiosity into a career beyond college.

When you study abroad, learning about a new culture goes way beyond the classroom. Ambassador of the Year, Matthew Helfond shares five ways he had to adapt to Argentine culture while studying abroad in Buenos Aires:

IES Abroad is deeply saddened by the death of Jacob (Jack) Gustafson, a student from Grinnell College, who passed away on March 30, 2018. Jack was studying on our European Union Program based in Freiburg, Germany.

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