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#StudyAbroadBecause... it's the best thing you'll ever do

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Adam Lough is a senior Supply Chain Management major at the University of Pittsburgh. Aside from majoring in supply chain, Adam has also received a Certificate in West European Studies and concentrations in Spanish and German language. He has had several internships and jobs, including an internship at DHR International, working on a consulting project for the Sarah Heinz House, an internship with Bosch Automotive Steering, and has been working at the International Business Center since August 2013.

#StudyAbroadBecause You Find Yourself

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Hi, I'm Alexandra Oetzell, I graduated spring of 2015 from SDSU and completed my degree in Studio Art in 4 years. I spent my final year abroad, studying in Florence, Italy. I love to paint and draw, but as long as I'm working with my hands, I'm a happy girl! Since I returned from my 12 months abroad, I picked up this school bus project.

5 Ways Studying Abroad Helps Your Career

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Study abroad – should you do it? The simple answer? YES! The longer answer? Read on…

You’ve heard it your whole life – you must prepare for high school, college, a career. And while there are many ways to prepare for each of these, one stands out at each level – gathering as much global experience as possible. 

Why global?

#StudyAbroadBecause the world is your classroom

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Hi, I’m Ally Buzzanga, a 25 year old postgraduate who’s passionate about cultural shock, urban environments, and fish & chips. I spent the fall of 2012 studying abroad in London and decided then that living and traveling abroad was something that I was passionate about. Study abroad programs are getting more and more popular in the US and that’s great. I’d love to see American culture fully embrace the “gap year” and “gone travelling” attitude that my foreign friends so casually mentioned.

Studying Abroad in London? Here's How to Get There...

by Heather Robinette / Apr 11, 2016 /
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Studying abroad is a great opportunity and I’m sure many others are like myself - when I studied abroad in London, it was also my first time abroad. There were definitely some small tips that would have been beneficial, and some I figured out myself. I am able to hopefully provide some insight into what to expect when leaving the United States and arriving in London. It can be an overwhelming experience, but if you have an idea of what will happen when you land, it can make the start of your time in London less stressful.

#StudyAbroadBecause it forever changes the way you see yourself

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Stormy Sweitzer is a consultant, everyday explorer, and co-author, with her husband/collaborator Will Swanepoel, of the YA environmental spy thriller The Drowning Shark: A Sierra Rouge Adventure (read our author interview here!). You can discover more of Stormy's writing at

Study Abroad: An Investment in Your Future

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NEW YORK, NY - March 31, 2016 - Baruch College hosted the U.S. Department of State for “Study Abroad: An Investment in Your Future,” a discussion of the role of study abroad in U.S. relations and practical ways students can access global opportunities. U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Evan Ryan spoke at the event that was attended by students, faculty, and staff from Baruch College and other schools within The City University of New York (CUNY).

Inside Study Abroad Announces Open Enrollment for the Global Pro Institute

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Inside Study Abroad is excited to announce the open enrollment for the Spring 2016 Cohort of the Global Pro Institute, a 6-week online professional development, training, and coaching program for aspiring professionals in international education.

A Guide to Electronics Abroad

by Heather Robinette / Mar 16, 2016 /
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Studying abroad is an exciting time, and a lot of preparation is needed in preparing to live in another country for an extended period of time. One small detail that can easily be overlooked is how you plan to power your electronics while you are away from home. This can easily be taken for granted and not thought of until it is too late, aka your first night abroad. Although seemingly simple, you do want to make sure you have a good understanding of electricity before trying to power anything.

An insider’s guide to studying in London

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Making the decision to pack up your laptop, a bag of clothes, and a heap of textbooks, and head to a completely different country in order to study can be incredibly exciting, yet daunting. The chances are you won’t know anybody at all, so how can you ensure you make the most of your time abroad? The best way, of course, is to choose your location, and educational establishment, wisely.