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Academic Programs International

http://www.apistudyabroad.com/blog/

Academic Programs International is an organization dedicated to helping students find, afford, and benefit from their study abroad opportunities. Their blog is dedicated to helping educate others about the services their organization provides and promoting useful resources for students.

Chile protests – 5/22/14
by API about 3 years ago
I Thought it Was Still January…
by API about 3 years ago

From Boston and Beyond

http://frombostonandbeyond.wordpress.com/

Interested in traveling to Germany, Kazan or Russia check out the posts and photos provided by this Boston student blogger. He provides some candid pieces on life abroad, which will be valuable to anyone looking to travel abroad.


Do It While You’re Young

http://www.diwyy.com/resources/

Check out this girl’s guide to traveling, studying, working and volunteering abroad. This site was designed by Jerri Stephenson and Kristina Wegschedider, who have covered more than 60 countries, to inspire and guide travelers through their own personal journey.

Two Top Boating Destinations in the United States
by DIWYY over 1 year ago
6 Must Have Travel Apps for the Solo Female Traveler
by DIWYY over 1 year ago

Abroad Scout

http://www.abroadscout.com/

Having a hard time deciding on a program and where to go, check out Abroad Scout, they provide helpful student reviews on study abroad programs. Read what students are saying about studying in places like the Netherlands, Greece and Hawaii and learn what cities to visit, helpful tips and facts about your desired location.


Inside Study Abroad

http://www.insidestudyabroad.com/

Blogger Brooke Roberts is a study abroad expert, having completed several study abroad experiences herself, and eventually making a career out of helping others study abroad. Her blog features interviews with other study abroad gurus and provides advice on how to find and pay for study abroad programs.

Tech Support: Apps and Web Services for Study Abroad Students and Professionals
by Brooke Roberts over 3 years ago

Study Abroad Bloggers

http://www.abroadbloggers.com/

The Study Abroad Bloggers site features posts from multiple bloggers who are studying abroad in a variety of places. Posts vary, featuring information on internships, language, schooling, and tourism.


International Student: Study in the UK Blog

http://uk.internationalstudent.com/blog/

This blog seeks to provide relevant, useful information for students interested in studying in the United Kingdom. Posts include such topics as finance, living in dorms versus living in off-campus housing, and applying to different programs.

SEO Success Factors
by Emil Gallant about 2 years ago
Language Optimization
by Emil Gallant about 2 years ago

The International Student Blog

http://blog.internationalstudent.com/

This study abroad forum is directed specifically at international students who want to come to the United States to study abroad. Different destinations are featured, as are various programs and articles.

What is a Producer?
by Jenny Frankel over 2 years ago
How to Prepare for Spring Semester
by Bryanna Davis over 2 years ago

Living Off the Nile

http://egypt.umwblogs.org/

Blogger Shukran happened to be travelling in Egypt at one of the country's most interesting moments in history. His blog detailed the spirit of the revolutionaries in Egypt's capital, with links to news articles. This blog is an excellent example of how students studying abroad can become a part of their host country.


Unlimited Toast

http://unlimitedtoast.umwblogs.org/

Blogger Mary Ann shared every bit of her Austrian study abroad excursion on her blog, which features long, detailed, journal-like posts about her travelling adventures. Future study abroad students can learn a lot about how to take advantage of every moment of their experience by reading this dedicated blogger's work.


Thalia Explores Greece

http://thaliaabroad.umwblogs.org/

As its name suggests, this blog was written by a student travelling to Greece, who also took the time to visit Turkey while abroad. Anyone intending to travel in Greece can find useful information about transportation, hospitality, and food by carefully reading this extraordinarily detailed blog.


The Exponent: Blogs

http://www.purdueexponent.org/blogs/

This blog is really a compilation of many students own blogging experiences. Students from Purdue University who ventured out on various study abroad experiences share their adventures and advice for other students who seek to do some travelling.


Judson College: Study Abroad Blog

http://www.judson.edu/blogs/christina/

These archived blog posts by a student who has since graduated from Judson College provide insight about studying and travelling in New Zealand and Australia, with a special focus on finding off-the-beaten path adventures. She also shares the social experience of participating in a study abroad program.


American Werewoulfe in Limerick

http://americanwerewoulfeinlimerick.blogspot.com/

This blog is a non-traditional take on the study abroad blog. The blogger behind this quirky work is an American student taking on Ireland, sharing travel tips, advice for students, and advice for artists who are looking to travel in Ireland.

Cara Menggunakan Suplemen secara Bijak
by dorotea tirta almost 2 years ago
Pengobatan Untuk Osteopenia
by dorotea tirta almost 2 years ago

KHollin: Adventures. Escapades. Naps.

http://khollin.wordpress.com/

Blogger Kate Hollingsworth seeks to bring a little adventure into her fellow student's lives by encouraging travelling and study abroad adventures. Her own study abroad experiences include Germany, Prague, and the Czech Republic, and her blog includes the details of her work and escapades while in these remarkable places, and how she incorporates her experience in her daily life in Georgia.

Café du Monde
by khollin about 3 years ago
Café du Monde
by khollin about 3 years ago

Maria Abroad

http://mariaabroad.com/

This fantastic blog is well-organized, well-written, captivating, and easy to follow. Useful posts include details about dealing with culture shock and choosing a master's program to complete abroad. Featured interviews and stories of other study abroaders give this blog a trustworthy, journalistic feel.


Oklahoma State University Study Abroad Blog

http://osuabroad.wordpress.com/

Oklahoma State University's blog features posts from students in many different academic study abroad programs, as well as advice and information from the study abroad office. Though this site is specific to the school, the stories from travelling students can be relatable and interesting to all readers.

Souvenirs from Abroad
by OSU Study Abroad Office almost 2 years ago
Country of the Month: Turkey
by OSU Study Abroad Office almost 2 years ago

Kimbo in Spain

http://kimboinspain.blogspot.com/

This is a quintessential study abroad blog, kept by an Oklahoma State University Student embarking on an adventure in Spain. The blog is written in a poetic, artistic format with the intention of capturing the adventuresome travelling experience in words.


reloKATEd

http://relokated.wordpress.com/

Written from the perspective of an Oklahoma State University student travelling in France, this blog follows the study abroad experience from beginning to end. Featuring the blogger's personal experiences and emotions, reading this blog is like reading a real travel story.


The GoAbroad Blog

http://www.goabroad.com/blog

GoAbroad.com has been the web's premier resource for meaningful international experiences and alternative travel opportunities for more than a decade. The site boasts the largest and most comprehensive travel directories available online, while providing the most up-to-date and accurate information on programs available worldwide.

GoAbroad Launches “Win The World: South America” Contest!
by Tiffany Harrison almost 3 years ago
GoAbroad Attending First Annual Melibee Global Swarm!
by GoAbroad almost 3 years ago


Walpole Hops the Pond...

http://www.walpolehopsthepond.blogspot.com

I'm embarking on a two-year journey in London for my Master's of Public Administration at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

World Heritage Site Update
by Kathleen Walpole over 2 years ago
Goodbye 2014
by Kathleen Walpole over 2 years ago

Yo Soy Rebel Travels

http://yosoyrebel.blogspot.com

Study Abroad Italy: A young girls travels through Europe. I studied abroad in Viterbo, Italy from September 2011 to May 2012.


The Serious and The Frivolous

http://theseriousandthefrivolous.blogspot.co.uk

All the weird and wonderful experiences available in St Petersburg, Russia and Valencia, Spain (as well as other Spanish cities). See my recommendations, photos and insider knowledge to get the most out of your trip to either or both of these beautiful places. You don't need to have a sense of humour to travel, but it helps!