Take Photos – Earn Credit – Exhibit Your Work API’s new “Edge of the Outback Photography Program,” starting Summer 2016, is a great chance for students with any level of photography experience to explore the Australian Outback. What could be better than experiencing the beauty of the Outback through a camera lens? Students will get […]
Brisbane/Gold Coast, Melbourne, and Sydney, Australia- API is excited to announce new semester, academic year, and summer study abroad programs in Australia starting Spring 2016! Brisbane/Gold Coast API is proud to offer this program with Griffith University which is ranked in top 5% of universities worldwide! API students can choose from a large variety […]
API is excited to announce its latest international internship locations: Shanghai (China), Auckland and Wellington (New Zealand), as well as Brisbane/Gold Coast, Melbourne and Sydney (Australia)! Australia Recently called the “World’s Best Downtown,” Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland and the 3rd largest city in Australia. Nearby Gold Coast is a bustling […]
Earlier this summer at the 2015 NAFSA Annual Conference and Expo in Boston, Massachusetts, API announced several exciting new study abroad programs and destinations – including programs in Australia, Chile, Ecuador, and New Zealand. Below is a brief summary of each, to be followed by more in-depth information over the next few weeks. Australia Where – Brisbane/Gold Coast […]
Looking for something worthwhile to do next spring? Consider a volunteer, teach, or work abroad program through Cultural Embrace by API. There are still spots available for many opportunities, beginning this January through mid-spring!
By Amy, Cultural Embrace Work in Australia Boats, Bikes, Beaches…life in Perth How many times did I hear it…”you HAVE to get to the west coast”, “you MUST see the west coast,” etc. etc. What on earth made me think that a few days would be enough?! Oh, what I would give to go back! But […]
By Amy, Work in Australia ….this is the slogan for the Great Southern Rail and I couldn’t agree more. What a journey it was! After spending a total of over 50 hours traveling by train over more than 4,600 kilometers (2,858 miles) from Melbourne to Adelaide and Adelaide to Perth, I’ve finally made it to […]