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  • Grad School Fairs and MBA Fairs
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    By Lauren Salisbury on 09/03/2015
    Studying abroad isn't just for undergraduate students. In fact, doing an MBA Program or going to graduate school abroad may be even more rewarding of an experience, yielding numerous career boosting benefits that will help you turn the page onto the next chapter of your life. In the ever...
    Sponsored by QS
  • Off the grid study abroad
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    By Lauren Salisbury on 08/26/2015
    A group of high school students crouches on hands and knees, digging into the earth near the muddy banks of a gently-flowing stream. It's a bright morning in the Costa Rican rainforest and warm sunlight drifts through the dense green of the canopy overhead. It's still too early in the day for...
  • Allianz Scholartrips
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    By Kate Evans on 08/24/2015
    Get excited, to-be study abroaders; Allianz Global Assistance (AGA) has just announced the launch of their 2015 Study Abroad Scholarship, ScholarTrips. This national scholarship will award six outstanding students with $2,500 to use towards a trip studying or volunteering abroad. Think of all...
    Sponsored by Allianz Global Assistance
  • Go Overseas New Zealand Scholarship
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    By Kourtney Stuthard on 08/18/2015
    Some of you may have already caught wind of the hubub, but last year Go Overseas partnered up with Education New Zealand to offer one full ride scholarship to study abroad in New Zealand. Since most students cite cost as the biggest barrier to studying abroad, the scholarship, unsurprisingly,...
  • How much does it cost to study abroad?
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    By Charity Yoro on 08/12/2015
    How times have changed! Studying abroad is no longer the luxury afforded only by an exclusive upper tier of privileged college students. Now, going away for a semester is considered commonplace (if not required) by colleges, universities, and even future employers. Still, study abroad isn't...
  • study abroad in high school vs college
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    By Lisa Saltagi on 07/22/2015
    Although studying abroad in university is becoming almost a norm at some schools, high school study abroad is on the verge of breaking into the scene and so are the questions: Will study abroad mess up high school plans? College plans? Can a student study abroad with a specific major like pre-...
  • Fedora
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    By Lisa Saltagi on 07/06/2015
    When thinking about their to-be trip to study abroad in England, many students forget that London is one of the fashion capitals of the world (and these people take this role seriously.) Though perhaps on the more quirky side of fashion with oddities that the rest of the world sees as strange,...
  • Summer study abroad
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    By Lisa Saltagi on 06/17/2015
    The future of study abroad is changing as we speak. A greater awareness of the benefits of living (and playing!) overseas is intriguing our millennial population by showing them opportunities outside of the classroom -- and they're listening! From gap years abroad, to summer study abroad...
  • Intern study abroad program
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    By Lisa Saltagi on 06/10/2015
    During my own experience studying abroad in Italy, I didn't particpate in a dual intern-study abroad program per say, but I did have work-study. Or, rather, they created one for me because I was in such a small program, and I got the chance to both work and study abroad during that semester. A...
  • Graduate degree in Europe
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    By Richelle Gamlam on 06/03/2015
    You come from a great country with amazing universities. There are so many grad schools in your home country to choose from, with all of the majors and programs you could ever desire. Students from other countries come to your home country to be educated. Why would you get your graduate degree...