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Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico Top Programs
IBERO Summer School: Latin America in Times of War - Trade and Diplomatic Relations in the Light of the Ukraine Conflict


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Social Realities in Mexico - an integrated approach to Latin American Culture & Development Studies


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What Students Are Saying

I gained a lot of knowledge about Mexico and Latin American. I also learned new things about myself and strengthened my interpersonal skills as I was meeting new people nearly every day!

By Laura Kate Blackmore (University of Wollongong)

The experience was so worth while. Thanks to the host institution and their staff the experience was much less daunting. I learnt that sometimes you should just take the plunge and go against the existing stigma of a certain place.

By Lydia Plaza (Northumbria University)
IPSL Top Programs
IPSL: Peru - Environmental Justice, Indigenous Health and Human Rights


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IPSL: Greece - Refugees, Migration and Resilience & Micro-Entrepreneurship


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What Students Are Saying

Studying Abroad Is Possible For You! IPSL Helped Me Make It Happen. I gained and grew so much on this trip to Greece. Besides the amazing relationships I built while there, this was the trip that segued into my international humanitarian career, which is what I'm doing now in Iraq. It was the experience of a lifetime, and I'll cherish it forever.

Brenda Roosevelt University

The Journey Of A Lifetime You should take nothing for granted! This entire trip and learning experience was certainly worthwhile.

Kaitlin College of Mount Saint Vincent
Curtin University Top Programs
Curtin University: Perth – Study Abroad & Exchange


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Curtin University: Perth - Summer and Winter Programs


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What Students Are Saying

Aside from things we studied in my classes, I learned how to be more mature and independent when I was there, which I think is something extremely important especially because I will be graduating soon.

I learned a lot about myself and being independent and I learned a lot about Australia and Australian culture. It was very worthwhile.

Come and Write your own London Story!

To make great memories that will last you a lifetime, study abroad at the University of Westminster in central London.

Finding the Perfect Location

Haifa, Israel

Haifa is Israel’s third largest city. It sits on the slopes of Mount Carmel facing the Mediterranean Sea. Some call it ‘Israel’s San Francisco’. Although traditionally a working city, these include the Bahai Gardens and German Colony. It also houses a number of top museums. The city is also famous across Israel for its mixed population of Jews and Arabs. Here, they peacefully coexist. The result is some amazing fusions of Arabic and Jewish cultures across the city.

Cairo, Egypt

Cairo the jewel on the Nile river, though firmly attached to the past, is also home to a vibrant modern society making it a perfect place for your study abroad experience! The Egyptian museum with its countless Ancient Egyptian artefacts, Khan al-Khalili bazaar, the Giza Pyramids and so many other magnificent places to visit, combined to the American University of Cairo wide and diverse range of U.S. and globally accredited academic programs makes Cairo an ideal study Abroad destination!
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Truly Amazing

I learned so much about myself and where I see myself in the world. Studying abroad allowed me to view a new culture and appr...

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I learned so much about the practical aspects of filmmaking that I wouldn't have learned at Brandeis

A Rollercoaster Of A Time In Madrid

Besides more language experience, I think I learned a lot about just living in a foreign country, in a city, and how to sort ...

Good Country, Mediocre Program

I gained the opportunity to travel Italy and learn more about the country. It was definitely worthwhile.

Cliche Continuation A Semester Of The Greatest Growth

What did I NOT learn? I learned more about what I want from life, and who I am - my likes and dislikes. I learned more about ...

Finding Hygge (Hygge Means Coziness In Danish)

I learned how to balance my social interactions with academics in a faster-paced environment and gained more independence.

Pretty Sick

I learned how to be independent. I also gained an appreciation for other cultures and a city I know and love.