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- CISabroad (Center for International Studies): Bangkok - Semester in Thailand
CISabroad (Center for International Studies): Bangkok - Semester in Thailand
On Semester in Thailand, you’ll live in Bangkok, the heart of Indochina and the capital of Thailand, and will study at Mahidol University, Thailand’s top-ranked university. You will have limitless opportunities to immerse yourself in the local cul... read more
I learned and gained an understanding of Southeast Asian Culture and really learned to understand and appreciate the importance of keeping an open mind when traveling. Jeremy Breakstone - Johnson & Wales University View Entire Review
yes it was worthwhile because it was so unique. However, I spent most of my time in the dorm arguing with my bank in the US. Even the best laid plans end in wreckage due to forces we can't control. A student - Cottey College View Entire Review
I gained a lot of friends. I learned about a new way to live, a new culture, and I met new professors who I hope to stay in touch with for a long time. I did many beach & city clean ups. I learned a lot about the environment and have been trying to make conscious efforts to help the environment more while I was in Thailand and n... Courtney T. - Friends University View Entire Review
I learned to be more self reliant while traveling and I learned that I love to solo travel. A student - Chatham College View Entire Review
I gained a lot self confidence and experience in dealing with new people and situations. I learned the value of money and the difference between poverty and well off people and that I should cherish what I have. Siripot S - University of Maine at Orono View Entire Review
I gained a new found confidence in myself and how I navigate the world. It was one of the most worthwhile experiences I have had to date. Linden Pearsall - University of Massachusetts Amherst / UMass View Entire Review
I learned to step out of my comfort zone and that I Katherine Giraldo - Clemson University View Entire Review
I learned that life is short, and time fly's by faster than the blink of an eye. There is so much more to see in the world than just the traditional places. This trip was more than worthwhile, I would not trade my experience for anything. Everyday, I miss it. Monique - West Texas A&M University View Entire Review
There is too much to describe and words will surely fail me here. Studying abroad teaches you so much. You learn in the classroom. I suppose that's the first thing. My courses were easier than the ones here at Berea College but that does not mean they were easy. I got something out of them and for that I am thankful. However, I ... A student - Berea College View Entire Review
Dori B - Bard College View Entire Review
On Semester in Thailand, you’ll live in Bangkok, the heart of Indochina and the capital of Thailand, and will study at Mahidol University, Thailand’s top-ranked university. You will have limitless opportunities to immerse yourself in the local culture, make international friends, and explore beaches, jungles, and iconic sites throughout the country. The white-sand beaches in Thailand are so fine, the sand squeaks under your feet; once you’ve visited Thailand’s coast, you’ll understand why the Leonardo DiCaprio film The Beach was shot there. Thailand is known as the “Land of Smiles” for a reason: the Thai people are warm, welcoming, and incredibly open-minded. In Thailand, a smile is the most appropriate reaction to almost every situation. Geographically, Bangkok is one of the largest cities in the world. The city is famous for its delicious cuisine, inexpensive shopping, and colorful nightlife. A semester in Bangkok will leave you yearning for more time in Thailand. The many student interest groups on campus offer numerous social and cultural activities, and dances, concerts, plays, and movies take place frequently throughout the semester. Art, cultural, political, religious, and athletics clubs are a great way to make friends from all over the world, and will allow you to have a wonderful study abroad experience!
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Communication and Media Studies
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CISabroad / Center for International Studies Scholarships
This award is intended for students within the LGBTQIA+ community, as part of CIS Abroad’s commitment to Generation Study Abroad. Studying abroad as an LGBTQIA+ or gender nonconforming student brings an additional set of challenges and options to consider. There are some questions you may want to ask yourself, and research to be done, before choosing a study abroad program – but our LGBTQIA+ students have amazing experiences abroad and often find local LGBTQIA+ communities to be a part of. Recipients will select from a variety of mediums to share their story while abroad, in addition to submitting a photo testimonial.
Up to $500
This award is intended to benefit students of color, who are traditionally underrepresented within education abroad. We aim to widen the diversity of our community of interns and students abroad and foster equity in access to these experiences. If you identify as biracial, multiracial, Black, African & African American, Caribbean American, Latinx / Chican@ / Hispanic, Asian & Asian American, Native, Pacific Islander, or another minoritized racial/ethnic identity not listed, we invite you to apply. In your application essay, tell us about how your identity will impact your experience abroad. Recipients will select from a variety of mediums to share their story while abroad, in addition to submitting a photo testimonial.
Up to $500
This award is intended for students in a Greek Life organization who need help covering the cost of membership dues while abroad. In keeping with the philanthropic values of Greek Life organizations, recipients should plan to participate in at least one self-directed volunteer opportunity while abroad and produce content (ex. a blog post or video) related to that experience, in addition to other selections.
Up to $500
We understand first-generation students face additional barriers to studying and interning abroad. In fact, many staff members at CIS Abroad are also first-generation college students. This scholarship is intended to help fund the visa process, flights, and international housing for students who are among the first from their family to go to college. Recipients will share their story of learning and exploration while abroad with a photo gallery and their choice of travel vlog, blogging, or an Instagram takeover.
Up to $500
This award is intended for students who demonstrate excellence in their academic major. While abroad, recipients will use a variety of channels (video, blogging, photos) to share how studying/interning abroad is enriching their academic or professional career, in addition to submitting a photo testimonial.
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