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.
Take a 3-minute tour of Madrid and all the city has to offer for college students studying abroad. Read on for travel tips from UCLA alumna, Lily Rodriguez.
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.
UC Berkeley alumna and two-time UCEAP student, Diana Arteaga, shares tips on how to study abroad in the beautiful city of Córdoba in the south of Spain.
The golden time between June and September is ideal for study abroad and, of course, music festivals! Music is both unique to cultures and a universal commonality; it offers a fun way to immerse in any country you visit. If you’re planning on attending a UCEAP summer program this year, grab your hat and sunscreen and stop by your nearest music festival. We’ve picked out some of the best festivals near UCEAP locations abroad to help you plan for it.