Explore everything you need to know about Australia's tertiary education system
There's a roller coaster of emotions one feels before, during, and after studying abroad! In this article, Lauren describes how she felt before leaving for her study abroad trip to Australia.
Planning the travel aspect of studying abroad can be a bit complicated. With planes, trains and buses to choose from, and a lot of good (and bad) booking websites out there, this article is designed to give students a starting point for planning their journey. It includes links to good websites as well as tips and recommendations.
Check out two interviews with study abroad students who dish on what to pack and what to leave behind when studying abroad.
There are a variety of documents that need to be prepared before you leave for your study abroad trip! In this article, Lauren explains the different types of documents needed and how to obtain them.
Studying abroad in Ireland provides a wide variety of opportunities. Known for its undulating green hillsides, tranquil atmosphere, warm hospitality and ever-flowing conversation, Ireland is frequently seen as a source of artistic inspiration (Oscar Wilde, C.S. Lewis, and James Joyce were born here) and top destination for students looking to explore and study within the traditional and modern culture of Ireland.
This article outlines 5 unique study abroad locations including Cuba, Costa Rica, Brazil, Cambodia, and Ghana.
What to see, eat, and visit at some of the best places to study abroad
By Annie Rose Stathes, Edited by Valeri Boyle
Published March 11, 2014
The following article lists some of the best places to study abroad, and some of the foods, sights, and cities you must enjoy while there. If you can’t choose between such great places, consider flipping a coin to determine the best place to study abroad!
Thinking about an international internship, but can't decide on a destination? Check out our top four intern abroad locations!
No matter what you study in Australia, you are bound to fall in love with the Aussie way of life. There is much fun to be had in the country, as well as much to learn.