Congratulations on deciding to study abroad. You are among the 1.4% of the university population that goes abroad in a given year. Yes, you read that right only 1.4% of U.S. students study abroad each year. About 260,000 students study abroad each year.
In so many ways, the 2011 Short-Term Semester at Sea voyage is a first: First short-term voyage. First to examine a central theme of quality of life as outlined by the U.N. Millennium Development Goals.
Launching a voyage focusing on some of the world’s most pressing problems, executive dean Rosalyn Berne welcomed the students at [...]
Exploring the role that technology and the expectations of communications plays in a study abroad environment. Can one truly experience another culture given the increased technological demands of the current generation?
Starting a new job can be daunting. But the SAS alumni network is already trying to make our newest member feel at home in a new city.
As an outreach representative for Semester at Sea, I attended a high school level robot building conference and to promote our partnership.
Helping college students understand the value of a study abroad experience, regardless of the destination, is a big part of what Semester at Sea outreach staff does.
How you can inform your legislators in Washington DC about the importance of study abroad from your laptop.
How to afford Semester at Sea by maximizing scholarship opportunities and helpful hints to remember when applying for Semester at Sea financial aid.
Once you’ve decided to study abroad, you have to decide how you’ll fund the experience. If you’re considering a loan to make it happen think of it as an investment in your future.
Meeting your fellow shipmates can be a great way to calm the nervousness you may feel before a global study abroad experience like Semester at Sea.