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Finding the Perfect Location

So you know you want to study abroad, but with so many options, it's tough to know where to even start. If you are interested in venturing outside the typical study abroad comfort zone, we've hand-picked a few locations you maybe haven't considered in your current study abroad destination list. Highly-reviewed yet commonly overlooked, these locations are sure to provide an exciting and defining abroad experience!

Seoul, South Korea Top Programs
Ewha Womans University: Seoul - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

4.7

15 reviews
CIEE: Seoul - Arts and Sciences

4.7

19 reviews

What Students Are Saying

It was just an eye opening experience to know that I was studying in a foreign country while having so much fun!

Bree-Ann T

Imagine yourself in an amazing foreign country, meeting amazing people just like you from all over the world, gathered at this one amazing university.

Meg T
Cape Town, South Africa Top Programs
Semester at Sea: Traveling - Semester at Sea

4.8

103 reviews
SIT Study Abroad: Traveling - International Honors Program / IHP, Cities in the 21st Century

4.7

26 reviews

What Students Are Saying

This is a can't miss experience of a lifetime! If you are debating between Cape Town and anywhere else...stop debating!

Paul D

More than worthwhile...an experience to learn about the world and my place in it.

Elisabeth B
Gold Coast, Australia Top Programs
The Education Abroad Network (TEAN): Gold Coast - Bond University

5.0

48 reviews
The Education Abroad Network (TEAN): Gold Coast - Griffith University

4.9

23 reviews

What Students Are Saying

The friends I made and the memories I will have forever on my trip to Australia are unexplainable!

Maren K

It gave me a new set of eyes in the world...I moved back to Australia a few months after I graduated...and have been living and working here ever since.

Hannah D

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This website is designed to help get the most out of study abroad and is intended to serve American college and university students, their parents, and advisors. Our website also offers information on pre-college and post-graduate programs, as many students will have multiple stops with their education abroad.

Students have submitted their study abroad program evaluations at the invitation (or requirement) of their home university, their program provider, or their host university. You will see programs listed by city, country, their type and their academic area of study. Included in Abroad101 are volunteer programs, intensive language programs and internships, most are credit bearing. Before you make your final choice double check the credit options with you home university advisor.

We encourage you to use the reviews not just to compare programs, but also to gain a better understanding of what to expect. Then, when you return, we suggest that you submit your story by leaving a review to showcase your experience, your talents, and your expanded perspectives. Share that with the world and use your study abroad review as a stepping-stone in your career, as well as a point of pride to show all that you have "the Study Abroad Advantage."

Recent Reviews
Fantastic City, Decent School, Amazing Time.

I learned a lot about my place and my country's place in the world.

Incredible!

Learned to be more independent; choose to spend more time on my own.

Amazing Experience That Made Me Appreciate America!

I learned that I really dislike the French education system and really enjoy the American one.

Loving London

I learned how to budget and support myself more efficiently. I also learned so much from the British and International friend...

Reading/Writing Intensive, But The Best College Experience I've Ever Had.

I learned to be more confident and self-sufficient. I also really discovered my passion for medieval English history. It was ...

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