Study Abroad: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Cannabis use and Iceland's problem with tourists: the latest news in work, study and volunteer abroad.
Beth makes the most of her semester overseas with a history lesson.
I have always wanted to live in Europe and travel to every country in Europe. When I left Toronto two months ago, I thought I was well on my way to checking those two things off my bucket list, but very soon two harsh realities hit me like a big, yellow bus.
Forget a semester abroad—our newest study abroad blogger, Susan, is doing her entire degree overseas.
Political corruption, tiered education systems and football: Sam hones in on key differences between Canada and Brazil.
My Prague adventure has finally begun. I’ve just gotten here but I already feel so at home.
Verge's first study abroad blogger gets ready for her upcoming semester in Europe.
Returning travellers are often surprised to find that the process of reintegration is rife with challenges – and ripe with opportunities.
Plan ahead to get credit for your overseas studies.
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