Living on a ship is a foreign experience to most of us. Each Semester at Sea voyage, a new group of students experience the (sometimes literal) ups and downs and new found challenges of studying, attending class, eating, exercising, walking down a hallway and everything else inherently different aboard a ship. [...]
Google+ offers a new option for Semester at Sea participants looking for travel journal solutions.
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.
Enrichment Voyages require a great deal of planning to come off without a hitch. From scheduling keynote speakers to scheduling space for shows on board the MV Explorer, the Enrichment Voyage team works together to make it all happen.
The term “consortium agreement” may not mean much to you right now. But in the field of study abroad, it’s a common form that allows your home university to transfer your financial aid funds to the school where you’ll be studying. We’re no stranger to consortium agreements here at our office in Charlottesville. We will [...]
One of the biggest grey areas in study abroad is the issue of credit transfer. It’s important to know the possible credit transfer scenarios you may face, as well as how to best get answers to your questions from your home university.