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.
Making friends while studying abroad can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. UCEAP alumna, Waresa Hu, shares her steps to create meaningful friendships no matter where you go.
Thinking about studying abroad in Ireland? Follow Bianca for a tour of Dublin's best eateries, activities, study spots, and dorm choices for students. You can also get firsthand tips on what to pack, how to get around, which classes to take, and the most popular tours and trips—all in a few minutes! Start exploring Dublin now.
Make sure to buy plenty of sunscreen as you take in all the Aussie football, meat pies, and street art you can handle in Melbourne, Australia. Waresa Hu (UCI) shares her insider knowledge on how to make the most of studying abroad in the land down under.
US citizens currently living or studying abroad can vote in the upcoming general elections. During midterm elections, you can share your opinion on the current administration and vote for representatives in Congress. Awesome right? Here are the steps you need to register and vote from abroad.
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.
From its wine regions to castles, nearby beaches and trendy nightlife, Bordeaux is a true French-lovers paradise. Tracie Kreiss (UCSC) shares her tips on how to make the most of this beautiful city's activities, culture and learning opportunities for visiting students.
As a first-generation college student, I knew nothing about studying abroad. In Brazil, I quickly learned I would need to adjust differently than some of my peers. Many other first-gen students may find themselves in the same shoes.
Where should you study abroad in China? Try traveling to Beijing! Discover all the best local activities for college students. What to eat, where to live, best classes and more.