New!-Lisbon Summer Business Program

API is excited to announce a brand new Summer Business Program in Lisbon, Portugal! Through a partnership with ISCTE – Insituto Universitario De Lisboa, students will be able to take International Business courses over the summer. So… why study in Lisbon? Lisbon is one of Europe’s most beautiful and historically important capital cities! As the […]

New! Bilbao Engineering and Spanish Program at Universidad De Deusto

API is excited to offer a new opportunity in Bilbao, Spain: Engineering and Spanish Program at the Universidad De Deusto! Why choose the Universidad De Deusto for a study abroad experience? Established in 1886, the Universidad de Deusto is located in the heart of the city. Students study Spanish at the university’s department for visiting students, […]

La Trobe University Edge of the Outback Summer Program- Alumni Interview

We had the chance to interview La Trobe University’s Edge of the Outback program alumna Nikki Tamayo who is from the University of Hawaii at West Oahu. You can learn more about the Edge of the Outback program on the API website here. In this program, students spend 3 weeks in Mildura learning photographic techniques and […]

API Safety Update – Chile Flooding

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 […]

Ciao Firenze!

This post is from student blogger Sandra Collopy from Saint Michaels College, English and Media Studies Major studying in Florence, Italy The days leading up to studying abroad in Florence dragged on forever, as I struggled to cram four and a half months into one suitcase and tried to calm my nerves. I knew going into this […]

API New School Shanghai Summer Program: Interview with Lei

We had the chance to interview Lei Ping, Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies at the New School University and Faculty Advisor at India China Institute. She received her Ph.D. in East Asian Studies at New York University. She launched the first field-based New School Summer Study Abroad program in Shanghai in 2013. Students have the […]

More or Less What I Think

This post is from student blogger Troy Wilkinson from Colorado State University, Journalism and Global Environmental Sustainability Major studying in Thimphu, Bhutan. In a week I’ll be day-dreaming at San Francisco International Airport. Well, it’ll be midnight actually, so maybe I’ll just be nodding off and on while I wait to pass through security. Either way, I […]