CIS Abroad Response to COVID-19. Updates here.
Study Abroad in the time of COVID19: a student voice from Limerick
Why did you decide to study abroad this Fall, during a global pandemic? When I decided to study abroad nobody could have predicted covid-19 was going to stick around as long as it has. At that time people thought it might not even reach the US or, if it did, it’d be gone by summer. […]
My Summer Impact | Virtual Intern Blog from Ecuador
Like most people, my summer plans were thrown completely off course because of the coronavirus I am going to be a junior at Stevens Institute of Technology, where I study Biomedical Engineering, and this was going to be my summer to figure out if I actually like engineering as a potential career path. I thought […]
From Disappointed Aspiring Traveler to a Pioneer in the Future of Internships | Student Blog from South Africa
A new opportunity shined its light over me and many other students who had great plans to intern abroad As COVID-19 swept across the world this year, graduations were canceled, weddings were postponed, trips were refunded—you name it, and it was probably negatively affected by the rampant pandemic that showed no signs of stopping. Unfortunately, […]
You CAN still study abroad this Spring
Planning to study abroad can feel uncertain right now. That’s why CIS Abroad has flexible withdrawal and refund policies and health and safety protocol in place to make it possible for you! Wondering if it’s worth the effort? Hear from CIS students from around the world.
Ready to Start Going Places? Study Abroad in 2021 with CIS Abroad
CIS Abroad has carefully selected programs around the world to keep you #neverboredabroad while following strict guidelines for returning to travel. In 2021- You’re Going Places!
Can I Study Abroad in 2021?
Yes, you can! Just like you, we’re experiencing serious wanderlust these days. 2020 has been a bit of a bust, but we’re working diligently to ensure our study abroad programs are available for students to safely participate in 2021. We’re not in denial about the elephant in the (Zoom) room: this is a very difficult […]
What does it mean to “Look American” abroad?
Studying abroad was my first time leaving the United States on my own. When I arrived in China, I effortlessly blended in with the majority culture because I shared the same race and similar features. I had never experienced that before. It was liberating. It was also frustrating. Read on for my story about being told that I didn’t […]
My Engineering Virtual Internship | Student Blog from Ecuador
A change of plans brought me back to Ecuador (virtually) for an engineering virtual internship A virtual internship in engineering isn’t what I had in mind for my summer. I was ready to commute into the city every day and work downtown for an engineering firm. Though the flow of life took away that option, […]