Posts tagged study abroad
Study Abroad in Spain: How to Choose a Program

It’s no secret that Spain is a top study abroad destination. Thousands of students’ flock to immerse themselves in the language and culture, but before leaving they had to choose a program, right? From study abroad heavyweights like IES, CIEE and AIFS to smaller programs based on individual university partnerships, there is no shortage of options. However, each program is unique so here’s what to consider before committing.

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What's the Difference Between Studying Abroad and Living Abroad?

As someone who spent a semester in Granada, I can agree with the cliché. From classes to traveling the only thing you’re truly required to do while at a university or language school is go to class. Life becomes so simple that many people, like me, fall in love with the idea of living abroad after returning home to cope with reverse culture shock. However, studying abroad and living abroad in another language and culture have their differences.

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Six Unconventional Ways to Practice Your Spanish

You're probably already spending hours on Rosetta Stone.  You're practically glued to your Duolingo app.  You have all the latest Spanish music, but you are on the look out for ways to perfect your second language that aren't so... traditional.  Here are six unconventional ways to practice your Spanish.

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Meet La Morena: Kia Johnson

Kia Johnson, Minnesota native, has made it her mission to explore the world and soak up new experiences on not just one, but several different continents. She's a fitness enthusiast and lover of all things travel related. After venturing to Spain to improve her Spanish, she accepted a coveted Fulbright Fellowship in Lima, Peru where she currently resides. Check out our exclusive interview with Kia as she tells us a bit about her adventures, hobbies and how she makes time to travel and pursue her passions for language and fitness.

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The International Student's Guide to Spain

This school year is coming to an end and for future international students that means, it's time to prepare everything for arriving to their host country in just a matter of months! If Spain is in your radar, today's your lucky day. I'm going to give you real life advice -from student to student. You can thank me later!

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