API Safety Update- Storms In Costa Rica

API is aware of and monitoring current storms in Costa Rica. API’s on-site director is closely monitoring the situation. All students in the area are safe and accounted for. Students have been asked not to travel outside of San Jose this weekend due to the severity of the weather and the intermittent disruption of electricity […]

API Safety Update – Explosion in London Tube

All API London students, interns, and staff are safe and accounted for, following an explosion on the London Tube. No API participants from other European program sites have reported plans to travel to London today. Participants have been advised to avoid the affected area and to adhere to any instructions from local authorities. We will continue […]

API Safety Update- Barcelona

API is aware of the incident that took place today in Barcelona, wherein a van drove into a crowd of people in the popular Las Ramblas area of the city. API has verified the safety of our staff, study abroad students, and internship participants abroad. Students have been advised to avoid the area, to monitor […]

API Safety Update – Colombia Mudslides

Following torrential rainfall this weekend, devastating mudslides in the southern province of Putumayo, Colombia resulted in the deaths of more than 200 people, with many locals missing and hundreds injured. API’s Teach in Colombia program participants are all placed in cities in central and northern Colombia, and we have no reason to believe they are […]

API Safety Update: Attack at London Houses of Parliament

API has confirmed the safety of API England staff and students currently studying or interning with API in London, following the tragic attack outside the British Houses of Parliament today that resulted in multiple casualties. All API students have been advised to avoid the area, to monitor local media, and to adhere to safety and security […]

API Safety Update- Berlin

Earlier today a truck plowed through a Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, resulting in multiple casualties. The API Berlin program concluded on Friday, December 16, and none of our Berlin students indicated they planned to remain in the city after the end of the program. No API students studying in other sites in Europe this […]

API Safety Update – Turrialba Volcano

API directors in Costa Rica alerted us early on Sunday, May 22 that the Turrialba Volcano was becoming active, emitting ash and gas, but no lava or explosions were reported. They have confirmed that all students are safe and accounted for, and there are no major warnings at this time. We will provide updates as […]

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