Are Short-Term or Long-Term Study Abroad Programs the Best Fit for You?

Studying abroad is an incredible decision that can have major benefits for your professional career and personal outlook on life. It means being exposed to new cultures and new ways of looking at things, as well as the excitement of experiencing some of the most beautiful places in the world Read More

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Financing Your Study Abroad Experience with IBS

Financing Your Study Abroad Experience with IBS Studying abroad doesn’t have to be financially draining, or a daunting prospect. You have numerous options to finance your study abroad experience and make the most out of your time with International Business Seminars. Apply for Scholarships and Grants The first and easiest Read More

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What it’s like to Travel with Strangers

I chose to study abroad with IBS on the Winter One Europe Seminar because I wanted to attend a program where I would travel with strangers. With that being said, I went into this experience not knowing a single soul. To my surprise, this was one of the best decisions Read More

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I Gained More Than Just An Education On My Trip Abroad

I gained more than just an education on my trip abroad My study abroad trip not only enhanced my education, improved my network, but also helped me grow as a person in multiple ways. Before my trip abroad, I was very quiet, with a lot to say but didn’t know how Read More

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5 Future Career Benefits from Studying Abroad

While many graduate and undergraduate students think frequently about enrolling in a study abroad program, uncertainty about the experience keeps some from actually enrolling. For some, it is the fear of being so far from everything they consider normal that keeps them from this unique experience. For others, it is Read More

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Travel Advice and Budgeting Tips

Once I had everything set for my seminar, there was one thing that I was still really stressed out about: How much money to bring. When I asked others for budgeting tips, people responded with, “Well, it depends on how much you want to spend.” – which doesn’t really help. Read More

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The Forbidden City and Chinese Traditions

From holding a higher regard for rank and having a higher dedication to their children, the Chinese culture is very different from that of the United States. Size still reflects power in China. Having a big building or a big entrance into a building means you have a lot of Read More

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Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone

From America to Europe Leaving the United States for the first time is both very exciting and very scary. You’ll be excited to jump on the plane and soak in everything Europe has to offer, but you won’t be able to hep thinking about the “what ifs.” Until the moment Read More

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Journaling Your Adventure

Journaling 101: If you don’t want to forget everything you did on your IBS Program, then journaling is a good habit to have during your time abroad. Keeping a journal gives you the time to process what you did during the day. When you first arrive to your hotel from Read More

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