Traveling abroad for the first time is both exciting and a little scary. You can’t know or plan for everything before studying abroad, but you can make your starting point easier. Take a look at these top UCEAP study abroad programs recommended for first-time travelers.
Attending college is expensive—especially in California—but studying abroad doesn't have to be an added cost. If you choose a location with a lower cost of living, you can save up to $12,500 in a year abroad. Here are 19 countries where study abroad costs less than a year at UC.
If you're a pre-med or life sciences major who needs physics credit, why not enjoy a culturally immersive experience and earn a year’s worth of credit over a summer abroad? These select study abroad programs can help you meet a few goals in just 8 short weeks.
Completing a college internship abroad is a great way to kickstart a future career before graduation. Here are just a few internships you can apply for on study abroad, as recommended by recent UCEAP returnees.
Studying abroad in Italy is one of the best ideas ever. But are you ready for the trip? Take a tour of Bologna in minutes with help from this UCLA alumna.
If you get that gelato is a food group, own one too many scarves and reminisce daily about the time you studied abroad in Italy, this is for you.
Follow your wanderlust to Italy and learn the truth about real gelato, the best student neighborhood and mouth-watering Italian dishes you must try! UCSB alumna, Christina Chilin, shares 3 minutes on Rome!
Got writer’s block? Follow the great artists of history—Hemingway, Rowling, even Picasso—to their favorite cafés and find your inspiration abroad.
Study abroad can be expensive, but did you know that UCEAP has 40 programs abroad that cost less than equivalent terms at the University of California? The cost of living in the destination you choose can mean thousands of dollars in savings. Here are 10 destinations your bank account would like you to consider.