Study Abroad Resource Links
General Resources for study abroad can be found by browsing the links below.
US State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Official information about all Fulbright programs (for study, research, and teaching abroad), about other official exchange programs, and some information about US government regulations concerning international educational exchange. Also, Promoting International Educational Exchange.
Council on International Educational Exchange
Web site provides information about CIEE’s programs for study and work abroad. CIEE publishes the Journal of Studies in International Education.
Japan Student Services Organization
Web site provides official information on study abroad and scholarships for Japan. Does not list US-sponsored programs.
Officially-supported non-profit organization offers several paid study-internship programs in Germany for students, graduates and professionals. Web site provides program information and listings of current internship openings, plus links for information about Germany.
Official site provides comprehensive information on study abroad (direct enrollment) and French as a foreign language courses in France. Does not list US-sponsored programs. See also the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, for additional information on scholarships, teaching assistantships in France, and more.
German Academic Exchange Service
Web site of the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) in New York provides comprehensive official information on study abroad (direct enrollment), degree study and scholarships for Germany. Links to German universities. Does not list US-sponsored programs. Links to DAAD’s guide to Study and Research in Germany (aka “Surfin’ Germany”).
Official information on traveling and living abroad. Includes links to the following: emergencies and warnings, passports, visas, living abroad, and other helpful sites.
CDC: National Center for Infectious Diseases – Travelers’ Health
Contains health information related to various destinations, outbreaks, diseases, and necessary vaccinations.