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For the nearly 8,000 students who studied at one of two IES Abroad Paris Centers, Paris has been a moveable feast of memories they have carried with them throughout their lives. This academic year marks the 50th anniversary of IES Abroad Paris.

IES Abroad is saddened by the death of Alex Reinis, a junior from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, who was enrolled in the Fall 2011 IES Abroad London program. Alex died suddenly of an illness on November 23 while in London.

In a recent survey, 47% of respondents said they believed that something good will happen today on global scale.

As IES Abroad alumni, let's make a good thing happen today on a global scale!

IES Abroad is pleased to announce the publication of the IES Abroad MAP for Language and Intercultural Communication, a ground-breaking work that will significantly change the way that language is taught in study abroad programs.

Last Chance to Apply for Spring 2012

At the Annual Conference in Chicago, IES Abroad presented leadership awards to three study abroad professionals and welcomed three new members to its academic consortium.

IES Abroad and Chicago Scholars, which helps high-achieving high school students overcome the barriers to their collegiate access and success, announced the creation of a major new initiative to increase the number of disadvantaged students from the Chicago area participating in college study abr

According to the 2011 IES Abroad Membership Survey Report, third-party study abroad provider programs are far more efficient for higher education institutions to manage than exchange programs.

On September 9, Gary Locke, the new U.S. Ambassador to China, gave his first public speech in China at Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU).

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