Parents: How To Help Your Student Choose A Program

We talk to students daily about their study abroad dreams, but we don’t often get to connect with some of the biggest decision makers (or ...

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Gain Real-World Job Experience, Explore Your Professional Passions and Earn Credit with USAC’s NEW Summer In-Person Internships

You asked for more internship opportunities, and we listened! USAC’s newest in-person internship opportunities are available in three Specialty Program locations and can be taken alongside regular Summer Session I and II program curriculums. These study ...

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How You Can Start Preparing For Your Study Abroad Now

Even though we can't travel right now because of the coronavirus, that doesn't mean you can't start thinking about your study abroad. Here’s how you can begin preparing for your study abroad right from your couch.

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Virtual Study Abroad Fairs: Tips on How to Start Your Study Abroad Today – New Podcast Episode

Understand what a virtual study abroad fair looks like, what questions you should bring to your virtual fair to get your study abroad experience started, and how you can start planning to study abroad.

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How to Be Respectful of Diversity in Your USAC Group

We recently published a guide to being mindful of the new cultures you’ll experience in your host city and during travels, but what about being ...

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How I got $9,000 in scholarships 

Scholarship essay tips from a student who received three scholarship awards  By Ricardo Estrada Davila ’23, USAC Chiang Mai, Thailand I have three pieces of ...

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Build the confidence to make big, bold moves

Alumni Interview with Krislyn Gilbertsen ’23, USAC Verona, Italy Interview published with permission from GoAbroad.com Krislyn is a 26-year-old non-traditional student Missouri. They are an only child ...

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5 Questions to Ask Before Study Abroad as an LGBTQIA+ Student

Studying abroad presents challenges for every student, but we recognize that members of the LGBTQIA+ community face unique adversities. It’s important to reflect on your ...

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What I Know Now: Reflections from a USAC University Relations Coordinator

My name is Caroline (she/her), and I’m USAC’s University Relations Coordinator for the North/Central West region of the U.S. I’m a liaison between USAC and ...

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5 Tips to Study Abroad as an Introvert

Would you love to study abroad, but your introverted tendencies are holding you back? You’re not alone! The thought of embarking on a journey where ...

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