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Study Abroad Mania turns the NCAA college basketball tournament on its head, and we want you to join the fun!

Two students currently studying with IES Abroad Santiago share a bit about their day-to-day lives in Santiago this spring.

Study Abroad Mania turns the NCAA college basketball tournament on its head, and we want you to join the fun! Round 1 voting closed last night with nearly 2,300 students, staff, alumni, and fans casting their votes.

Forget about basketball and top seeds, underdogs and stats: Study Abroad Mania turns the NCAA college basketball tournament (which kicked off yesterday in the U.S.!) on its head, and we want you to join the fun!

UPDATED AS OF MARCH 12, 2010 1:45 PM

On Tuesday, after a 7.2 aftershock near Santiago, our IES Abroad Santiago staff conducted a visual inspection of our academic center and believes no damage was sustained.

Don't miss your chance to have a life-changing experience living and learning in another country. Application deadlines for Summer & Fall 2010 programs are approaching fast!

As you have probably seen on the news, an 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck Chile this morning. The epicenter of the earthquake was Concepcion, Chile (approximately 200 miles away from Santiago).

Upon news of the earthquake, IES Abroad's Crisis Management Team was activated.

IES Abroad recently received a Gold, two Silver, and a Bronze award in the 25th Annual Educational Advertising Awards, the oldest and largest educational advertising awards competition in the country.

As part of its efforts to make studying abroad as affordable and accessible as possible for United States college and university students, IES Abroad has announced an additional $150,000 in financial aid funding for the 2010-2011 academic year.

IES Abroad, as part of its ongoing Diversity Initiative, recently announced a new partnership with the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU), the national educational association representing 450 col

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