When The Shoe Fits…

Before traveling abroad or even deciding where I wanted to travel abroad, everyone I met had advice and stereotypes they had to share with me. Some friends who have previously studied abroad told me it would be the best time of my life. Some professors argued that it was “party abroad,” where students travel to […]

API Spring Study Abroad Deadlines Extended – Part 3

API is pleased to extend the application deadlines for several of our spring study abroad programs. The following programs with deadlines of October 15th and October 20th are still open or have extended deadlines: Berlin, Germany – deadline 11/1 (January intersession only) Buenos Aires, Argentina – deadline 11/15 (except UTDT) Budapest, Hungary – extended to […]

Financing Study Abroad

Madi Alexander is a a student at Oklahoma City University and an official API Student Blogger. Madi is studying abroad with API this spring in Doha, Qatar. If you are anything like me when I first decided to study abroad, one of your main concerns is about affording your program. Going into the process, I knew […]

Photo Essay: An API Excursion to Pécs

Our students studying in Budapest recently took an API excursion to Pécs. Check out these photos from their journey!

Hungary to learn – an API student connects with her heritage in Budapest

Kathleen Karika is participating in API’s Business and Economics Program at Corvinus University in Budapest, Hungary. Howdy! My name is Kathleen and I’m a senior at Texas A&M University. I’m also a second-generation Hungarian. I’ll be studying at Corvinus University in Budapest in the Business and Economics Program for the 2010-11 school year. I chose […]

2011 API catalogs are here – and they’re beautiful!

It’s time to request a copy of the 2011 API catalogs! The available catalogs and countries are as follows: Latin America – Argentina, Costa Rica, Chile (NEW), Mexico England and Ireland France Hungary and Poland Middle East – Qatar (NEW), United Arab Emirates (NEW) Spain Italy Here are screenshots of the covers – aren’t they […]