New API High School and Gap Year Catalogs!

Hot off the presses, we are excited to debut the 2017 API high school and gap year study abroad catalogs! We’ve added several new programs to our portfolio, and made some changes to our existing programs in an effort to better serve the needs of our students and program participants. Some of these updates include: […]

All’s Well in Wellington

We invite you to join API this fall in Wellington, New Zealand – one of our favorite locations in the entire South Pacific region, and New Zealand’s cosmopolitan capital city! With a population of around 450,000, a temperate climate, and laid-back coffee culture, this city is often compared with Portland and Seattle. Our direct enrollment […]

Feel the ‘bourne in Melbourne

That’s “Mel-burn” for those of you that are accent-challenged (like me)… We invite you to join API this fall in Melbourne, Australia – an amazing study abroad and intern destination, consistently voted one of the world’s top cities (just take a look at the list below!): #1 World’s Most Livable City according to The Economist (2015) #1 […]

Underclassmen Abroad – Paige’s Story

In our ongoing effort to generate awareness that study abroad can indeed be a valid option for many freshmen (including gap semesters and gap years) and sophomore college students, we’re profile some of our underclassmen “all-stars.” This week we’re featuring Paige’s story… I studied abroad as a sophomore in Madrid, Spain for an academic year. I […]

Underclassmen Abroad – Kayla’s Story

In our ongoing effort to generate awareness that study abroad can indeed be a valid option for many freshmen (including gap semesters and gap years) and sophomore college students, we’re profile some of our underclassmen “all-stars.” This week we’re featuring Kayla’s story… I had an incredible experience with API and would encourage all students, at […]

Weekend Trip and New Foods

One weekend, I traveled to Bell Munt with my host family. Bell Munt, sounding awfully similar to Bay Moon when spoken quickly in Catalan, is an extremely small town of around 200 people, consisting of around 30 families. I had the opportunity to meet the entire side of my host mom’s family and they were […]

Father’s Day, Chiang Mai, and Exotic Fruits!

By Sarah, Teach In Thailand  First of all, thanks for reading! I’ve loved getting your feedback and thoughts on the things I write. ­   FATHER’S DAY IN THAILAND:   Father’s Day in Thailand is celebrated on the King’s birthday. Yes, that means that Father’s Day changes when a new king comes to power. That […]