New Study Abroad Scholarship For Business Majors With Entrepreneurial Interests

Banks Family Scholarship Now Available Through Foundation for Global Scholars Cynthia Banks, founder and executive director of GlobaLinks Learning Abroad, and her family, recently created the Banks Family Scholarship, an annual scholarship awarded in increments of $1,000 through the Foundation for Global Scholars to support education abroad for future leaders, and in particular, students in … Continue reading

University Highlights: Strathclyde Graduate Training; Waikato Business Team Victory; and More

Scotland University of Strathclyde Graduates Gain Real-Life Business Experience The Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship at the University of Strathclyde is to play a key role in a new £1.5 million placement program designed to give graduates real-life business experience and help ambitious companies achieve growth, according to a university news article. Over the next three … Continue reading

EuroLearn Launches Degree Abroad Options in United Kingdom for U.S. and Canadian Students

Five Top-Ranked U.K. Universities Offering All Undergraduate, Post-Graduate and Professional Programs Through EuroLearn’s Application Center It just got a lot easier to earn a degree in the United Kingdom with the launch of new degree program offerings from EuroLearn, an educational program of GlobaLinks Learning Abroad. EuroLearn’s new degree program offers students in the United … Continue reading

EuroLearn Students Get Travel Savvy During Volcanic Ash Disruption

No planes? Then trains, ferries, buses and taxis are just the ticket By Stacey Hartmann University students abroad consider airplanes a “given” travel choice when exploring other countries and regions. But last month, Canadian student Kerri Hunter and American student Carolyn Goebel found themselves with no airline options after ash from Iceland’s erupting Eyjafallajokull volcano … Continue reading

Ireland’s Prime Minister Visits U.S. For Launch Of Ireland Homecoming Study Program

EuroLearn Study Abroad Program To Administer IHSP Scholarship For North American Recipients Attending Two Irish Institutes of Technology Photo courtesy of DC Photographer Marty Katz The prime minister of Ireland and other Irish dignitaries recently traveled to Washington, D.C., for the launch of a new program to draw more Americans of Irish descent to the … Continue reading

Don’t Forget: Switch OFF Your Lights for Earth Hour March 27 at 8:30 p.m. Local

Movement Born in Australia Encourages People Across Globe To Conserve Energy for One Hour Saturday – Wherever You Are On Saturday, March 27, 2010, at 8:30 pm, GlobaLinks Learning Abroad will take part in an inspiring event in the fight against climate change — Earth Hour, sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund. By simply turning … Continue reading

EuroLearn Participants Soak Up Sights, Sounds and Advice on Cultural Nuances of Studying Abroad in Europe

Bridging Cultures Program To Evolve With Each New Semester Abroad Group During a recent long weekend in London, 17 North American university students traced the eerie trail of Jack the Ripper, took in the theatrical masterpiece “Billy Elliott The Musical” and feasted alongside Henry VIII at the Medieval Banquet. It was all part of the … Continue reading

EuroScholar’s Research At Leiden University Published In Respected Physics Journal

“When I went abroad, I wanted to study something I wasn’t comfortable with,” says Sander Zandbergen. By Stacey Hartmann GlobaLinks NewsWire editor It’s not the typical student who uses words like “photonic graphene,” “optical analogue” and “alumina ceramic rods” when describing a great study abroad experience. But Sander Zandbergen isn’t your typical undergraduate. When the … Continue reading

GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Celebrates 20 Years of Vision and Impact in International Education

From 2 Participants to 22,000 over the past 20 years, AustraLearn, AsiaLearn and EuroLearn Programs Look Forward to Bright Future GlobaLinks Learning Abroad, founded in 1990 in Colorado as a provider of education abroad programs, is marking its 20th anniversary of vision and impact in international education with special acknowledgments at upcoming conferences and the … Continue reading

Student Snapshots: AsiaLearn Student Explores Thai Culture, EuroScholar’s Research On Stars Presented, AustraLearn Degree and Semester Students Awarded Scholarships

Asia AsiaLearn Student Video Blogger Describes New, Old Thai Culture Elmhurst College‘s Emily Nagle, a blogger for AsiaLearn who is studying abroad in Thailand at Mahidol University, describes in her latest video post how everything in Thailand feels like a cultural event. “There’s a really big difference between old and new in Thailand,” Nagle says. … Continue reading


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