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Customized Programming with API: a Faculty Member’s Experience
Customized Programming with API: a Faculty Member’s Experience

API specializes in creating customized and faculty-led programs abroad in collaboration with university faculty and staff. After working with API to build a customized program in Madrid, visiting professor Julian Zabalbeascoa from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, shared their experience. Read more below. 

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Open API Summer Programs
Open API Summer Programs

There is still time to apply to Summer 2022 API programs! Below please find application deadlines* for our study abroad and virtual programs for the coming terms.

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SPRING STUDY ABROAD FAIRS
SPRING STUDY ABROAD FAIRS

API will be on campuses across the country in the coming days and we would love to talk to you! Come say hi to API at one of the study abroad fairs listed below, and grab some free swag. You can also enter to win a $1,000 flight voucher! Check out the list of universities we’ll visiting and the dates for the fairs we’re attending below:

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Addressing Perceived Obstacles to International Experiential Education: The 5 Fs
Addressing Perceived Obstacles to International Experiential Education: The 5 Fs

Are you considering studying or interning abroad, but have some concerns about whether you should or even can do so? You’re not alone! Over the years, we have heard from students that their worries about the five “Fs” have kept them from pursuing incredible international opportunities, and we’re here to help reassure you that YOU CAN DO IT!

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Orange isn’t just a color: How study abroad taught me to look at the world with all five senses.
Orange isn’t just a color: How study abroad taught me to look at the world with all five senses.

“Don’t eat the oranges on the trees – they are poisonous.” These are the first words that I distinctly remember coming out of my host mom’s mouth after I settled into my new home in Sevilla, Spain. It’s certainly helpful that I was warned–otherwise I might not be here to tell you that orange isn’t just a color. During my long walks to class, I had a lot of time to reflect and really live my life through my five senses, thanks to the famous oranges of Sevilla. 

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