The World is Art

This post is from guest blogger and current student in Rome, Rebecca Lester. Rebecca is currently studying at Cornell University and blogging on “voices from Cornell abroad”. This essay, “The World is Art” was originally published here. You can read the rest of Rebecca’s work here. Anyone who has seen me the past few weeks […]

New High School Study Abroad Option in Italy

API is pleased to announce the evolution of our summer high school study abroad program in Italy! Now called “Bella Italia: Art, Language, and Culture in Italy,” this captivating program showcases the wonders of Italy through a two-week art, language and culture educational experience. Starting in Rome, students will visit many of Rome’s major sites, including […]

Chowing Down on Chocolate in Perugia

This post is from our official student blogger, Gianluca D’Elia. Gianluca is a Junior Journalism major with a minor in Political Science from Rider University. Italy is one of the world’s healthiest countries, but don’t let that fool you into thinking we can’t make some of the world’s best desserts — from tiramisu and gelato […]

Meet Our Bloggers- Fall 2016

Each semester the API blog features a crew of thoughtful, hardworking and passionate bloggers. The team will share their abroad experience via writing, videography, photography… a mix of expressive mediums to tell their API story; presenting an opportunity to explore right alongside our students! Meet the Fall 2016 blogger crew:   Anthony Morfin is a sophomore Biology […]

API Safety Update – Italy Earthquake

API Resident Directors have confirmed the safety of all API participants in Italy, following a earthquake near the town of Lorcia in the central part of the country (northeast of Rome), that caused a great amount of localized damage and killed over 30 people.

Special API Teach Abroad Program in Italy

Are you looking for an affordable way to live abroad next spring? API has a new program to work as an English Teaching Assistant in the lovely city of Turin, in northern Italy. Just look at the beautiful architecture and landscape: This Teaching program, organized in cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Education, is being […]

Why We Do it Wednesday- Hannah Grahek

API employees work tirelessly in the U.S. and abroad to serve our participants and ensure they have the best international experience possible. At API, we all share stories of personal transformation by international experience- we remember our first days abroad, our first meals, and our first international flights. We have these stories of transformation in […]