And Then Adjustments Were Made…

It’s been about two weeks now since I arrived in Dubrovnik, and it’s been quite a ride. Aside from spending time getting to know the people in my program, I’ve been to the war museum at the top of Mount Srđ, I’ve hiked to the grocery store, bought a yoga mat and my first real […]

API Spring 2015 Study Abroad Deadlines Extended – Part 2

The following programs with deadlines of October 15th have been extended to October 30th: 3 Cities, Italy (Tuscania, Rome, Venice) Semester Program (Lorenzo de’Medici: The Italian International Institute) Barcelona, Spain Language and Culture (University of Barcelona) Bilbao, Spain Business, International Relations, and Spanish Language (University of Deusto) Spanish Language and Culture (University of Deusto) Studio Arts (University […]

In All Its Splendor

When we took the cable car to the top of Mt. Srd a week ago, someone from the museum said, “And there was Old Town Dubrovnik, laid out in all its splendor.” We couldn’t stay away from this view for too long, but this time, we hiked to the top! Far more rewarding than taking […]

I Woke Up In A Beautiful Country Today

Hello wonderful people! I woke up in a beautiful country today. In the past months I’ve scoured the Internet for photos of Croatia, and they simply cannot do it justice. The weather has been mostly rainy, but even with clouds overhead, it’s just incredible to be here. If you are reading this, you probably know […]

API Study Abroad Deadline Extensions – Fall 14 and Year 14-15

Now that most API study abroad deadlines have passed, we are once again happy to offer deadline extensions for many of our upcoming fall 2014 and academic year 2014-2015 programs. The following programs with deadlines of June 10th have been extended to June 24th: Barcelona, Spain Language and Culture (University of Barcelona) Caen, France French Language […]

Venezia, Una Città di Lupi

For those of you who haven’t brushed up on your Italian recently, don’t worry, it’ll all make sense eventually. But before I get to that, it’s important to know how this story begins. Having an entire month of for spring break was a pretty exciting thing for all of us studying in London to learn […]

Ne Razumijem Hrvatski

If your first week in a new place doesn’t bring with it a certain degree of uncomfortableness, you are doing something wrong. And yes, I meant “uncomfortableness” not “discomfort”. “Discomfort” is too final and too gloomy for what I want to say. Discomfort endangers the traveler because it too often drags fear behind it; but […]