International Financial Aid


The bloggers at this site work hard to provide readers with helpful, up-to-date information on scholarships, loans, and grants that will help students achieve their study abroad dreams. Occasionally there are posts that offer tips on budget traveling.

The E-Waste Scholarship is Now Open for Entries
by Bryanna Davis over 2 years ago
Student Scholarship from Unplag
by Bryanna Davis over 2 years ago

IES Abroad


Studying abroad is truly life changing and at IES Abroad you can read the stories of what students are experiencing right now. Learn how students cope with homesickness, where to find the most authentic Italian food in Florence to where to go if you need to see a dentist in Sylvaine.

The Big 5 Before Breakfast!
by Alexa Szotka about 4 years ago
Started From the Bottom
by Meghan Johns about 4 years ago

All Study Abroad


This directory is perfect for anyone interested in studying abroad either through an Academic, language, volunteer/internship or teenager program. This site is extremely well organized where you can search locations and programs without getting lost in the clutter of information.

Diversity Abroad


Click on a country from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe and read the blogs written by students who are either currently abroad or who recently came back from being abroad. Each term students chronicle their experiences, lessons learned and aspects they wish they would have known beforehand on diversityabroad.com.

The Study Abroad Blog


The Study Abroad Blog is so comprehensive it has been called The Survival Guide for US Students Studying Abroad. The Study Abroad Blog has become one of the most popular resources for answering student’s questions and providing information via Nate Nault's experiences abroad. Like he says in his posts, studying abroad provides students with the ultimate opportunity to experience the world. Travel, see new places, meet people from all over the world, experience new cultures, and yes, take some classes and learn stuff. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. If you want to study abroad, it will all eventually apply to you. You only get one chance to do this, let’s make the most of it.

Transitioning Into Life Abroad
by Nate almost 5 years ago

africkin' adventure


This Tulsa University psych student is currently studying abroad in Cameroon. She relates her studies in the African country with great detail and finesse.

Study Abroad Programs Blog


Learn the long-term benefits of study abroad for your education here. The blog details the specific features you can anticipate from learning in different international locales.

Granada – learn Spanish and taste the best tapas
by Staff over 4 years ago
Venice – find your gondolier surrounded by beauty
by Staff over 4 years ago

International Student


Read the practical advice provided for interested students by students studying abroad. Written as a running journal you won’t skip a beat as you travel along with students as they post pictures and record the emotions felt when traveling away from home.

What Are Your Goals For 2016?
by Amar Chaniago over 2 years ago

International Student Insurance


Obtaining the proper travel insurance for students seeking to study abroad is of the utmost importance. This blog is entirely dedicated to helping students find the best deals, the proper coverage, and assess what their specific needs will be depending on their destination of choice.

Why you Need an International Student Insurance Plan you can Renew
by Bryanna Davis over 2 years ago
New Provider Network in 2016
by Ross Mason over 2 years ago

Blogging From Abroad


This blog is maintained by West Virginia University to spotlight their students who are participating in study abroad programs. Students who contribute share their adventures from such destinations as Romania, Greece, and England.



Glimpse connects young writers, photographers and filmmakers traveling abroad with professional editors to help cultivate their storytelling voice. Read the beautifully written blogs on the struggles and adventures that might otherwise go unrecorded.

Spanish Abroad, Inc


Check out Spanish Abroad, Inc when searching for the best Spanish Immersion Programs in Latin America and Spain. Stay up-to-date with Spanish study abroad news such as the openings of new Spanish schools and the ability to apply online.



Search StudyAbroad.com either by countries, cities, subjects or program type. You can also browse the scholarship directory or print out a list of travel essentials. Great resource to have regardless if you are just beginning to consider studying abroad or if you are finalizing all of your plans.

Protect Your Passport!
by StudyingAbroad over 3 years ago
My First Footy Game in Australia
by Leica Lucien almost 4 years ago

Study Abroad Domain


Study Abroad Domain knows that students looking to travel abroad will have lots of questions. This site contains information to guide you through the process of living, working and teaching abroad.

Studying Abroad: A Student’s Note of Thanks
by Cathy over 4 years ago
Is Studying Abroad still Worth It?
by Cathy over 4 years ago

CEA Study Abroad Programs


CEA Global Education was founded in 1997 to provide international opportunities to U.S. and Canadian students looking to travel the globe. Watch a video, snag a recipe and read what students are saying about their own reflections of going abroad on the CEA study abroad blog.

Extreme Multitasking: What Do CEA Onsite Directors Do?
by CEA CEA almost 4 years ago
CEA Alumni Ambassador Intern Abroad: Meet Macey Hallstedt
by CEA CEA almost 4 years ago

Study Abroad Information: By Students for Students


Browse topics including Study Abroad Scholarships, Health Insurance and international cell phones as well as tips and advice for your upcoming trip. Not sure what to pack, Study Abroad Information also has packing lists that will come in handy whether you are backpacking or bringing luggage.

Mays China Business Study Abroad Blog


Hosted by the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University, students travel to China to study and live for four weeks. Students write about visiting the Great Wall, visiting the 2008 Olympic venues and eating wonderful cuisines not found in the U.S.

by Kathryn Kalman about 4 years ago
Saying bye to BAEjing
by Victoria Newton about 4 years ago

Vanessa’s UND Study Abroad Blog


Vanessa traveled through Prague and the Czech Republic and has a lot to share. From making friends to celebrating holidays, check out Vanessa’s blog for a peak into a beautiful part of the world, that sometimes gets overlooked.

Your Study Abroad


Read posts about cultural difference, food, exploring and managing your time so that you can get some studying done as well. Written by Gabor Rab an avid traveler and someone who knows first-hand the question that goes through a students mind.

Reasons Why You Should Do Internship Abroad
by karmagabber over 2 years ago
Reasons why media studies is a great subject
by karmagabber over 2 years ago



Do you ever wonder if you are ready for a semester or summer abroad program? Check out Go Abroad SSU to get answers to questions on the application process, course credit concerns and read blogs written by students traveling to places such as England, Australia and South Korea.

Bucknell University


This study abroad blog features selected Bucknell students who are participating in a variety of study abroad programs in several different cultures. They take turns updating the blog with stories of their studying and travelling adventures.

Gypsy Traveler


Follow Bianca as she explores beautiful Seville, Spain where she finds amazing food and breaths the Spanish culture. By the time Bianca’s time is done you will be ready to head to Spain as well to create your own lifetime memories.

Katie Pau Life En France


Katie studied abroad in Pau, France and recorded her journey for herself, family and friends wanting to stay connected. She makes an interesting list of habits she found peculiar that the French follow, great to be aware of before living and studying in France.

Around the World with Student Roads


Students Roads promotes education without borders for international and study abroad students. There are a number of opportunities available to take the road less traveled and Student Roads will help guide you.