Archive | September, 2011

Blog of the Week: The Global Theatre Project

Blog of the Week - Friday, 30 September 2011 - 0 Comments

The GTP Blog Screenshot

It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s choice is: The Global Theatre Project Blog The Global Theatre Project (GTP) is a blog with a creative mission. The GTP organization is a nonprofit dedicated to integrating U.S. students and theater artists with local communities abroad,…

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Undergo an Uruguay Experience!

Country - Thursday, 29 September 2011 - 0 Comments

Map of Uruguay

Today we feature abroad opportunities in Uruguay! Here are the links to our GoAbroad listings for Uruguay: Study Abroad Programs High School / Gap Year Programs Internship Programs Job / Work Listings (updated daily) Language Study Programs Teach Abroad Programs TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Certification Programs Volunteer…

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Take an Incredible Journey to Kazakhstan!

Country - Tuesday, 27 September 2011 - 0 Comments

Kazakhstan, being a large country in Central Asia, offers different environments to explore, such as highlands, desert, and coastal. On time off from work or school, visitors should go to one of the most popular spots in any Kazakhstan town: the sauna.   Today we feature abroad opportunities in Kazakhstan!…

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Teach Abroad in Africa with the Most Popular Programs

Feature - Monday, 26 September 2011 - 2 Comments

Teaching Abroad with African Students

Do you have a passion for education? Have you ever considered transforming it with an international experience? Here are eleven of the most popular teach abroad program listings in Africa, based on what travelers are searching for on GoAbroad.com. With an international teaching program in Africa, there are opportunities to…

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Blog of the Week: The Travelling Pen

Blog of the Week - Friday, 23 September 2011 - 2 Comments

The Travelling Pen Screenshot

It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s winner is: The Travelling Pen Rosanne Turner is the writer and TEFL instructor behind The Travelling Pen, a blog that documents Rosanne’s adventures in the “land of smiles” — also known as Thailand. As Rosanne notes, it…

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Learn and Live in Lithuania!

Country - Thursday, 22 September 2011 - 0 Comments

Lithuania Map

 While Lithuania is now a small Baltic country, it was once the largest country in Europe. Visitors can explore forested valleys or spend a day at the beach.   Today we feature abroad opportunities in Lithuania! Here are the links to our GoAbroad listings for: Study Abroad Programs Degree Programs…

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The Biggest Hurdles to Studying Abroad & How to Overcome Them

GoAbroad Contributor - Wednesday, 21 September 2011 - 2 Comments

Guest Post by Daniela Baker, Study Abroad Hurdles

Today on GoAbroad we feature a post from guest blogger, Daniela Baker, where she writes from the student perspective about overcoming misgivings associated with studying abroad. Also keep in mind to talk to your campus study abroad office and advisors about all the questions or concerns you may have about…

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Jordan – More than Indiana Jones!

Country - Tuesday, 20 September 2011 - 0 Comments

Camp in the desert, see ancient ruins, or float in the Dead Sea when visiting Jordan. This Middle Eastern Country also has a lot of religious historical sites that visitors can learn from.   Today we feature abroad opportunities in Jordan! Here are the links to our GoAbroad listings for:…

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Blog of the Week: Inside IES Abroad

Blog of the Week - Thursday, 15 September 2011 - 0 Comments

Inside IES Abroad Screenshot

It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s winner is: Inside IES Abroad Inside IES Abroad is the blog ran by the Institute for the International Education of Students, better known as IES Abroad, a not-for-profit academic consortium. The blog features an inside view of study…

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Make a Journey to the Country of Macedonia!

Country - Thursday, 15 September 2011 - 0 Comments

Macedonia Map

Study, teach, or volunteer in the country of old and new: Macedonia! Orthodox monks and young people in the latest Italian fashion styles combine to make the fascinating diversity in Macedonia. Visitors with a variety of interests will always find something to do or see.   Today we feature abroad…

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