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US Students Studying Abroad

External Resources

Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) - a leading US non-governmental international education organization that creates and administers over 100 study abroad programs in 35 countries

Cultural Experiences Abroad - study abroad programs for US and Canadian students in 15 countries and 27 cities across the globe

Exploring International Careers and Conveying the Value of Study Abroad - a resource to help academic institutions and students understand the business-relevant aspects of study abroad, developed and maintained by the University of Texas at Austin and Michigan State University CIBERs​ - a list of study abroad opportunities to gain academic credit, foreign language skills and practical experience, build your resume and have the experience of a lifetime - a portal for searching study abroad programs, foreign internships and scholarships

International Student Exchange ID Card - a discount card available to students of any age, faculty members and youths over the age of 12

International Studies Abroad (ISA) - extensive range of study abroad programs, custom program support, service-learning and internship programs, and full degree abroad options

International Travel Resources - information including insurance, packing, phone services, travel warnings and visas

Semester at Sea - a study abroad program sailing around the globe, during spring, summer or fall semesters

SIT Study Abroad - programs that immerse students in real-world contexts where they can examine critical, global issues from diverse perspectives and multiple sources of knowledge

University Study Abroad Consortium (USAC) - a consortium of 33 US universities that has study abroad programs in 25 countries at 39 programs sites

Unpacking the Study Abroad Experience - a venue to share study abroad experiences and relate these experiences to career goals, designed by Michigan State University and University of Texas Austin CIBERs

US Department of State for Students Abroad - a one-stop reference for international travel, including country specific information, tips for safe travel and other important information such as who to contact if the student is victim of a crime, what to do in case of a natural disaster or emergency, where the nearest US embassy is located, when to apply for a passport and visa and how to vote in a US election from abroad

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