The Study Abroad Team will be hosting a two-day event featuring both long-term and short-term programs, October 27-28.
Nestled around a city center outside a post office in Granada, Spain, with other U.S. students studying abroad, Illinois State sophomore Anna Tulley felt a buzz on her phone.
Illinois State University students gained a glimpse of a society that has pushed past many of the barriers facing the United States.
For students searching for a life-changing study abroad experience, we have highlighted three opportunities on three continents.
This program is designed as an independent study project that explores environmental crime and justice issues within Guatemala.
Ashley Johnson writes about her study abroad trip to Japan.
Spanish minor Kyli Selberg talks about her study abroad trip last summer to Costa Rica.
The Study Abroad Fair gives students the opportunity to speak with representatives of study abroad programs in an open house setting to learn more about the many study abroad programs available at Illinois State.
From Argentina to Vietnam, Croatia to Uruguay, nearly 700 Illinois State students traveled and studied abroad last year. A bulk of those students studied with faculty members in an increasing number of faculty-led programs.
Laura (Brebner) Robbins ’10, M.S. ’12, has partnered with her brother to create Advocatia Solutions, a company working to make accessing health care benefits much easier for uninsured and underinsured patients.