Flooding in a popular camping area to the southeast of Santiago has resulted in dangerous conditions and bridge closures. API’s on-site director is closely monitoring the situation and supporting several students who traveled to the area. The situation is slowly improving and it is expected that road conditions will allow for travel out of the […]
API has confirmed the safety of all API study abroad program participants in Italy after a 5.4 magnitude earthquake struck the central part of the country earlier today. Classes are operating as scheduled, and no services have been interrupted. We will provide updates as the situation warrants.
API has confirmed the safety of all API students and staff after a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck the province of La Rioja in northwestern Argentina. We will provide updates as the situation warrants.
API has confirmed the safety of all API study abroad and intern abroad program participants after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the south island of New Zealand earlier today. We will provide updates as the situation warrants.
API is aware of the magnitude 6.6 earthquake which hit the Umbria region Italy early this morning. The quake was felt as far away as Rome, but no noteworthy damages or injuries have been reported there. There are also no reported injuries in any API program sites, and no students reported travel plans to this […]
API Resident Directors haveย confirmed the safety of all API participantsย 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.
API was deeply saddened to learn of the attack in Nice, France, where a large truck plowed into a crowd of people celebrating Bastille Day, resulting in the deaths more than 70 people. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the families and friends of the victims. We have no reason to believe any API […]