Technology & Being Abroad: Living in the Moment

This post is from student blogger Sandra Collopy from Saint Michaels College, English and Media Studies Major studying in Florence, Italy. Things take slower here in Italy. The Florentines walk the cobblestone streets leisurely in no hurry at all. I admire this about them and usually try to match their paces, letting the sun’s rays be […]

16 Things I Learned- A Study Abroad Reflection

This reflective post comes to us from current API Global Leader, Logan Paul. Logan studies at Bryant University and studied abroad in the Fall of 2016 in Viña del Mar, Chile     “16 things I learned in 2016” 1. People come into your life of a reason- From meeting some pretty important people this year […]

Why Ireland?

This St. Patrick’s Day we are highlighting our many programs in Ireland. API offers Study, Intern, High School and Gap Year Programs abroad in Ireland!  Ireland has always held a certain allure to student travelers. Its lush landscape and rolling green hills are an iconic feature of Ireland home to ancient castles, hearty food, and […]

Intern Abroad: CioccolArt Sicily Museum

This post is from current API Global Leader, Jordan Patterson. Jordan is from Bryant University and participated in a study and internship abroad program at the Babilonia Language School. Here he shares his experience partnering with a local business: CioccolArt Sicily Museum!  My first day at the CioccolArt Sicily Museum (yes, a CHOCOLATE art museum), I […]

Reflecting on a Semester Abroad- Hannah

This post comes to us from API Alumna and current Global Leader, Hannah Bowman. Hannah studied in Lisbon, Portugal and is a student at the University of South Carolina.  Bullet journaling is a take on traditional journaling. Instead of full sentences and paragraphs that summarize your day, a bullet journal’s primary base are bullet points. […]

“Things I’m Glad I Learned”

This post comes from student blogger student blogger, Sandra Mercer. Sandra is from Westfield State University, Elementary Education Major studying in Galway, Ireland I want to start a little series that I’d like to call “Things I Wish I’d Known & Things I’m Glad I Learned.” A lot of them will be Ireland and my host university […]

API Staff Profile- Claire

Meet Claire, API’s Assistant Director of Teach, Work and Volunteer Programs. I actually come from a multicultural household, and did second grade in France, so I was put into a position that encouraged me to look at life through multiple cultural lenses from a very young age. I have always tended to create very diverse […]