4.9 - 9 Reviews



Abroadia is a program provider offering 8 abroad programs. Programs offered include Study Abroad, Internship, Volunteer, and Intensive Language abroad programs in 5 countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Cuba.

Abroadia works to inspire a better world by developing innovative international programs for faculty and students that will provide them with necessary tools to develop a profound understanding of Latin American culture, business, politics, higher education and the Spanish language.

Based in the Finger Lakes region of New York state, Abroadia offers individuals and colleges/universities flexibility in designing academic programs abroad with significant cross-cultural encounters. Whether you are looking for a semester program or a short-term option customized to your particular field of study such as business, education, health studies, agriculture, Spanish studies, etc., we will work with you and your school to develop a strong academic program combined with unique cultural experiences.

Whether you are a college/university student or a high school student we can customize programs to fit your interests and we will guide you throughout the whole process from receiving your application to seeing you off as you board your return flight home.

For more information, please visit our website at https://www.abroadia.com/

Study Abroad with Abroadia

Based on 9 Reviews
Overall Experience
May 29, 2024

We want you to share your experience with others and the best way to have them understand the language you learned and the places you visited, is by having them study where you did! Abroadia will award you $200 per student recruited upon confirmation of their enrollment in one of our programs. NOTE: This is a post-program award and cannot be applied to the program you plan to study in.

$200 per student recruited

One year after the completion of your program.

The student recruited must be enrolled and have arrived at the program site before the award is disbursed. No award is given if a recruited student withdraws before the program start date.