Wondering how to get a career abroad after graduation? Sierra Alef-Defoe has some useful advice for you and it starts with study abroad. Through fellowships, working summers, and graduate work abroad (saving loads of money), she has spent years of her career abroad and has never looked back.
Making friends with locals can make your study abroad experience even more enriching. UCEAP alumna, Liz Lemerand, shares her recent experiences making friends in France and England as well as tips on how you can make meaningful connections with the locals in your host country.
Studying abroad can be the experience of your life, but it can also present new challenges. As you adapt to a new culture and meet new people, sometimes it can be a bit lonely. Here’s how to overcome feelings of loneliness while studying abroad.
If you've dreamed of joining the Peace Corps after graduation, study abroad is the perfect way to prepare. UCEAP alumna and former Peace Corps volunteer Rachel Shinto explains how these two experiences work together.