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All Goods Things Must Come to an End

By Hailey B.

My time here in Seoul has been full of experiences I will never forget. My intercultural competence and tolerance has been challenged and pushed, but through the lessons I learned... keep reading

Service Learning in Santiago, Chile

By Angelica C.

When I started my service-learning placement at El Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos (MMDH), I was more nervous than excited. My role with the reception team was... keep reading


What Subjects Can You Study Abroad: Top 16 [2025]

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

While you excitedly explore CIEE Study Abroad locations and specific program options, don’t forget to look for study abroad courses in specific areas of study, too! Being in the classroom... keep reading


Study Abroad in Amsterdam

By CIEE Amsterdam at CIEE

By Natalie Giammo When I was deciding where to study abroad, I was instantly drawn to Amsterdam and the Netherlands. I had never been to the Netherlands, but I knew... keep reading


"Running as a lifestyle", Andrea Adam Moore, CIEE Center Director

By CIEE Berlin at CIEE

Andrea Adam Moore is the Director of the CIEE Center in Berlin. She is one of the real "berliners" of the team, but also very connected to USA, after living... keep reading

Seoul Stirred, Not Shaken: Adventures of an American Girl

By Gabriella F.

Hello and welcome, dear reader, to my blog! I invite you to settle in with a comforting cup of tea or coffee and a sweet treat as you delve into... keep reading

How to Embrace Studying Abroad

By Brooke W.

Studying abroad is an amazing and once-in-a-lifetime experience for most people. Therefore take the time to really dive into the area, meet the local people, and embrace the outer limits... keep reading


Alyssiah Green: "I was the first one in my family to get a passport, and after this experience, I will always encourage people to find the opportunity to go abroad"

By CIEE Berlin at CIEE

Even though a few months have passed since the Alyssiah, student from J-Term studiend in Berlin, we wanted to share part of her experience with you all! Alyssiah Green is... keep reading

A Weekend of Discovery and Delight: Exploring Korean Cinema and Cuisine

By Truc H.

Come with me on a weekend filled with joy, cultural immersion, and delicious food. From experiencing a captivating Korean film without subtitles to savoring the diverse flavors of Mangwon Market's street food, every moment was filled with excitement and discovery. 🎥😋


What is Study Abroad? Everything You Need to Know!

By College Study Abroad at CIEE

@cieestudyabroad Study Abroad 101 #cieestudyabroad #studyabroad #internationalstudent #collegemajors #collegelife #students #scholarships #studyabroadprograms #internships hollywood - rchie Every student hears about it, but what does “study abroad” mean , anyway? How... keep reading


Ratul Rauniar: “Berlin has been a breath of fresh air”

By CIEE Berlin at CIEE

Ratul Rauniar Pradhan is one of our students from Open Campus Spring 2024 studying in Berlin. He is originally from Nepal, Kathmandu currently a junior in Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, where... keep reading


CIEE Tallinn's First Overnight Trip to Helsinki

By CIEE Tallinn at CIEE

Greetings from CIEE Tallinn! This weekend we had our first overnight trip to the beautiful city of Helsinki, Finland. Packed with cultural discoveries, delicious cuisine, and unforgettable experiences, our journey... keep reading


Explore and Grow while Studying Abroad! My Story in Taiwan: Biking with the Elderly

By CIEE Taipei at CIEE

By Brenna Tosh (2024 J-term student in Taipei) My CIEE experience in Taiwan was transformational. I seriously encourage anyone considering one of their programs to take the leap of faith... keep reading


Studying in Santiago on Summer

By CIEE Santiago at CIEE

Studying abroad as an exchange student in Santiago de Chile during summer is a unique and enriching experience. The city is known for its vibrant culture, rich history, and stunning... keep reading

Taking the Topik (Korean Proficiency Exam) in Korea

By Emma M.

Today I want to speak on the Topik Test--(the only official) Korean language proficiency exam administered by the Korean government. Taking the Topik exam is a great way to gain a formal gauge of one’s Korean language abilities since it is standardized, although the score is only valid for two years after taking the exam.