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Finally At Home, Abroad

Most people don't talk about how scary it is to go abroad by yourself for the first time--let alone the second.

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Career for a Year: Teaching Abroad

Looking for an entry-level job that involves hiking in the Andes? Here's what it takes to land a position teaching abroad.

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Freelance Writing Abroad

There are plenty of reasons not to become a writer, but an interest in living abroad is not one of them.

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Moving Abroad: The Good and the Bad

I've been living abroad for over a year and I don't have plans to go back anytime soon. Then again, I didn't have plans to stay in the first place.

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Four Steps to Choosing the Right Study Abroad Program for You

Select a study abroad program as carefully as you selected a college. It will make the difference between a mediocre experience and an amazing one.

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Employers Value Candidates Who Study Abroad

Employers are beginning to recognize the value of the study abroad experience and look favorably upon candidates who take the opportunity to broaden their horizons.

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Decision-Making Guide to Studying Abroad During Your College Career

During my five years at MSU obtaining my degrees, I participated in five separate study abroad programs on three continents. You might say I'm an expert.

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Get Extra-Curricular While Studying Abroad: How Joining Up Can Enhance Your Experience

When I left the University of Tampa to study abroad at Oxford University, I wasn't just leaving my home country and school behind. I was leaving my role as editor of The Minaret, our student newspaper, behind, too.

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Seven Ways to Utilize Your Study Abroad Experience Once You Get Home

You just had an incredible experience studying abroad, now what? How do you use your experience in the rest of your education and your life? Here are 7 ideas.

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Interning Abroad in Shanghai

International internships have tremendous potential as a learning experience in today's global economy. My Boston-based global contract manufacturing firm took me to China.

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An American Abroad, Teaching English to the English

Upon arriving in a sleepy hamlet home to one of the UK's larger and older private boarding schools, I received considerable flak about the fact that I was an American teaching in the school's English department.

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Personal Development is the Biggest Perk in Working Abroad

Whether it is teaching in Germany or consulting in Taiwan, an increasing number of Americans are looking for jobs overseas.

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Why Go Abroad? Students Say Gaining Global Experience is Top Reason

Paris, Sydney, Cape Town, Shanghai-- to some students these may be just dots on a map, but to many they represent life-changing experiences.

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How to Study Abroad (and Why You Should!)

Studying in a foreign country offers so much more than "just" an education.

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Scared to Leave Your School Behind?

Though the number of college students spending a semester abroad is rapidly increasing, many students still approach the subject with trepidation.

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A Scholar in Scotland: Learning lessons in the British system of higher education

As a student from Northwestern studying abroad, Talia Stol was forced to re-evaluate her expectations as an American.

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Learn a Language Lately?

Working abroad is an exciting opportunity, but what if you don't speak a foreign language?

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Finding Work Abroad

Are you considering working in a foreign country? Here are a few tips to get you started.

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How I Got to Ireland, with a Little Help from USIT/BUNAC

I was determined to return to the place I studied abroad, and find a real job in the Audio Visual field.

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Globetrotting with a Goal

Why not combine vacation with some nonprofit work abroad? Check out these opportunities!

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A Writer Takes His Career on the Road

There are plenty of reasons to become a writer, and an interest in living abroad might be one of them.

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Small Acts, Big Hope: Working with Disabled Orphans in South Africa

Studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa gave one college senior the chance to help children in a place where joy seemed unlikely.

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The American Reputation

The story of Amanda Knox has made being an American abroad even more challenging--especially for those of us who care to defend our homeland.

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Moving to London: The Good, the Bad, and the British

I've been living abroad for over a year and I don't have plans to go back anytime soon. Then again, I didn't have plans to stay in the first place.

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Get Me Out of the Tuscan Sun

One student's summer at an archaeological field school in Italy went horribly awry. Learn from the pitfalls of her experience, and prepare yourself for challenges as well as triumphs in going abroad.

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Through the Woods and Across the Ocean

Moving overseas takes more adjustment than just moving to the next state. While most who move domestically seem to have few problems with the relocation, those who go abroad find that making a new network of friends is not always easy.

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Things I Wish I had Known before Moving to Europe to Work

An understanding of immigration laws, banking, taxes and other bureaucratic issues can be vital to a smooth transition abroad.

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International Nonprofit Work

If you're interested in the nonprofit sector with a view of working abroad, here are some interesting statistics.

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A Gap Year Teaching Kindergarten in the Sacred Urubamba Valley

Walking home with one of his students along the dusty roads of Peru, Max felt vastly removed from his life back in the US.

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Tips to Find a Great Overseas Job

There are a lot of things to consider before you accept a job in a foreign country. Many people dream of taking their career abroad, but if you're thinking of working in another nation, you need to put together a game plan.

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Matriculating at a UK University

Kristen Hofflander called her semester in Leeds "fun, expensive and eye-opening."

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An Economics Researcher in Vietnam

Forty years ago, the thought of spending the summer in Vietnam was enough to make any college student tremble. These days, college students are approaching the country once associated with war in many Americans' minds as a destination for broadening their horizons.

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Working Overseas: It Takes More than a Passport

You know you want to work internationally. Perhaps you studied abroad and are now sold on the notion of living and working overseas.

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Prepare yourself for the challenges of introducing your students to a whole new world.

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Planning the Future: Building a community center in Hut Bay, India

A senior architecture major at Stanford, Lauren Schneider organized a group of engineers who traveled to India to help rebuild after the tsunami.

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Unexpected Connections in a Medieval Village

For Caitlin Clarke, a summer in Italy was not just about volunteering, but about understanding people better.

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A Sudden Change of Scene: A 25-year-old finds himself inspired in Ethiopia

A serendipitous trip to an Ethiopian restaurant sent one college graduate on a path around the world.

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How to Spot a Foreigner: Tales from a freckled redhead in China

Please don't ask, please don't ask, I chant silently as the three-year-old girl next to me on the train from Shanghai to Suzhou runs her hand up and down my arm.

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Profile: Peace Corps, Grad School and Nonprofit Career

Joe Bednarek, project manager at IREX, talks about his path from college to Peace Corps to grad school at Harvard and then to a successful career in the nonprofit world.

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To Germany, on a Wing and a Prayer

The offer of a job teaching kindergarten in Germany was entirely unexpected, but it turned out to be one of the best things I've ever done.

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Exploring Microfinance in Benin

It was a typical summer day in West Africa, and Sebastien Arnold was on his way to collect loan repayments in the isolated villages of Benin.

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Teaching in Mauritania: Life Amongst Nuns, Donkeys, and Schoolchildren

Driving away from the airport on the only paved road in Nouakchott, the capital of Mauritania, Elisa was shocked. Her first impression was worse than she could have imagined.

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Living the Life of a Farmer in Italy: Volunteering through WWOOF

My experience on a farm in Southern Italy was a taste of la dolce vita-- sometimes.

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Across Asia, Chasing a Career in International Relations

I did everything right. Or at least I thought I did.

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Learning About the World From a Kibbutz in Jerusalem

Eli Terris' gap year in Israel taught him to get comfortable outside his comfort zone.

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An Italian Experience: Working as an Insurance Underwriter in Rome

It was an emotional day in JFK when I said goodbye to my parents, boarding a plane for Rome, Italy and setting off on a life full of uncertainties.

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Minding the Gap: Making the Transition from One Culture to Another

I've lived between cultures all my life. It's a unique challenge to build an identity that straddles two places, but it's also an opportunity for growth.

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Bridging the Gap From School to Work

Traditionally, college graduation meant it was time to hit the employment trail. But, what if you're not ready yet, and the big wide world is beckoning you? It's the best time to strike off on your own, say some graduates who have followed an "untraditional" career path.

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Alternatives to the Classroom

With education being one of the fastest growing industries over the next ten years, the diversity of exciting career paths in this sector may just surprise you.

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What should my incentives be for international travel?

If you're tapped for an international assignment with your company, your compensation should reflect the additional responsibilities and challenges. In addition to higher base, don't forget to ask for incentives.

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