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Go Abroad: A Perspective from the Business World

Go Abroad: A Perspective from the Business World

Our Alumni Ambassador Mollie is back with some insight on why she decided to go abroad, and why she thinks it is an asset for business students to gain the experience of navigating life in a foreign country.   When deciding whether to go abroad…

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Meet the Resident Director: Rome

Meet the Resident Director: Rome

We have amazing staff all over the world who work hard to make sure each student has an incredible experience. Our Resident Director in Rome, Rosanna Graziani, has been working with us for almost 20 years and we asked her a few questions about her…

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My London Internship Experience

My London Internship Experience

One of our London Internship alumna’s has started her own fantastic blog to help students who are considering studying or living abroad. Anchor Me Abroad she shares practical advice she has gleaned from living in “5 states (visited 19), studied in 3 countries, [and] picked…

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Help Us Choose Our New Tshirt!

Help Us Choose Our New Tshirt!

We’re getting ready to send out our Alumni Tshirt, but first we need help picking the best one! Our marketing team came up with three great designs and we just can’t decide. Head over to facebook to tell us which number is your favorite, or…

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Spain (or Maybe You Did)

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Spain (or Maybe You Did)

Our friends over at the AIFS Barcelona office included this in their monthly newsletter and we thought it was so cool we wanted to share! Maybe you know a few of these, but bet you don’t know them all! 10. España is the world’s largest…

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Lessons From Abroad

Lessons From Abroad

We love hearing from our student bloggers and what they are doing, seeing and learning abroad. Even just a month or two in, it’s amazing to see the transformation. What have they learned? What advice can they give so far? Do things that scare you. Aimee,…

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Overcoming Language Barriers

Overcoming Language Barriers

…one badly constructed sentence at a time. Alumni Ambassador Molly studied abroad in Chile and here she shares her story and advice for adjusting to life in a foreign language. When I got off the bus in Viña del Mar last spring, after a two…

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Calling All Granada Alumni

Calling All Granada Alumni

As any AIFS alum who studied in Granada over the past 25 years will tell you, one of the best things about the experience was Paula Messina, the beloved Resident Director. This summer marked Paula’s last session as Granada RD. Fortunately for us, she has…

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Spring & JTerm Deadlines!

Spring & JTerm Deadlines!

There’s still time to go abroad this spring semester or J-Term! Apply by October 1st for all 2015 January Term programs: Costa Rica: San José England: London France: Grenoble and Chamonix/Mont Blanc France: Paris Germany: Berlin Greece: Athens Italy: Florence Italy: Rome Spain: Barcelona Spain:…

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Spring Break in South Africa

Spring Break in South Africa

Our student blogger, Aimee, is studying abroad in South Africa this semester. She just spent her spring break touring the Garden Route with other AIFS students. Read about the highlights of her trip and follow the rest of her adventures here. ~ The past week…

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