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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
Korea University: Seoul - International Summer Campus


60 reviews
Ewha Womans University: Seoul - International Co-ed Summer College


25 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
Gold Coast, Australia Top Programs
The Education Abroad Network (TEAN): Gold Coast - Bond University


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


26 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
Tel Aviv, Israel Top Programs
Tel Aviv University: Undergraduate Semester in Israel


12 reviews
Tel Aviv University: Voyage to Medicine Program


4 reviews

What Students Are Saying

Saying the program was amazing is an understatement. It changed a lot of lives for the better.

Rachel K

My Hebrew improved considerably, I experienced a new culture, and I made amazing friends. I consider this trip extremely worthwhile.

Nate I

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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.

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Recent Reviews
Discovering Myself By Opening Myself Up More Than Ever Before

I learned to be a more rounded and open minded person that is more willing to improvise in uncomfortable situations. It was s...

An Opportunity To Rest

I was able to have time away from wellesley to rest and not work as hard.

I Would Go Again But Would Like More Access To The Local Town.

I learned a lot about the culture and their values. The people from Nicaragua are very resourceful and so humble.

6 Months In Tel Aviv

Experienced what it was like to live abroad, and would definitely seriously consider returning for an even longer time

I Went To Havana And It's Still Hard To Express Exactly What It Was Like

It was the best thing I have ever done; it might be easier to enumerate what I didn't gain than what I did, and it's hard to ...

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