Go Overseas Articles

Stories, advice, and inspiration to plan your next trip overseas.

There’s one thing that’s truer than ever these days: it is so hard to find a job! More and more people are pursuing a college degree, which means that a degree alone is no longer enough to make your resume stand out from the crowd. You need something else, something big,...
So you’ve decided to kill two birds with one stone and make the best of your time abroad by doing an internship in another country. Interning abroad can be a great way to build your network, improve language skills and gain a deeper understanding of your field, especially if you...
For those with an unwavering desire to experience new lands, teaching English abroad affords the opportunity to soak up a new culture while earning a steady income. From recent college graduates eager to live abroad to mid-level professionals seeking a career change, teaching...
So you want to study in England ? Fantastic choice. Not only are you a stone’s throw from continental Europe , you have access to a long list of globally recognized universities. Whether you are an undergraduate, postgraduate, or study abroad student, there are schools to meet...
Whether you want to prolong your semester abroad by doing an internship or just work abroad for a few months during the summer, finding internships in Europe – especially paid ones – can be a challenge.
Australia is a dream destination for students wishing to study abroad in a country far from home but close in language and amenities. Although there’s no need to learn a new language when studying abroad in Australia , you’ll need to pick up on some common Aussie - pronounced...
Rare is the person who can afford the costs and time commitments required for long-term volunteering. Spending six months learning a local language, building relationships, and working toward sustainable development goals might be ideal in terms of impact and experience, but is...
Green: the fourth shade of the rainbow; used to symbolize illness, envy or luck; the color of spring and new, exciting growth. The term “green travel” is thrown around pretty liberally these days, but we here took it literally – in four different ways. Why restrict yourself to...
For most college-aged students, studying abroad in a foreign, and often unfamiliar, land is a unique experience in and of itself. Students’ day-to-day activities are highly varied, from touring art galleries, wineries or temples during the week to zooming off on adventurous trips...
The United Kingdom has been one of the top study abroad destinations and it’s not hard to see why. The UK has given us David Beckham, the Beatles, Dr. Who, Adele, Harry Potter, haggis, the Royal Family, and a pretty fabulous set of Olympics in 2012.

Writing Team

Elaina Giolando
Go Overseas Writer
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Teach Abroad & China Expert
Lauren Salisbury
Go Overseas Writer
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Volunteer Abroad & Middle East Expert
Olivia Christine Perez
Gap Year & Personal Wellness Expert
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Managing Editor at Go Overseas
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Study Abroad & Sustainable Tourism Expert