Putting the Study in Study Abroad

Namdaemun Market!

By Cassandra Carr –  Cassie is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad 2013 Summer Correspondent who is studying abroad at the Korea University International Summer Campus in Seoul, South Korea. Cassie is from Miami University – Oxford.  It’s the end of week two and with the upcoming week three.. comes midterms! The business classes that I’m taking both are having … Continue reading

Video-Camera Ready: Arkansas Student On Summer Program At Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Cyrene Quiamco, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock senior art student and Donaghey Scholar, is taking more video than the typical visitor during her AsiaLearn summer program in Hong Kong at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Quiamco is AsiaLearn’s summer video blogger and a participant in an intensive program studying the Mandarin language and … Continue reading

Friendship Broadens Marietta College Student’s Horizons To China And Beyond

By Kelli Modica AsiaLearn Assistant Manager Matt Heinzman had a Chinese roommate during his freshman year at Marietta College who quickly became his best friend. This friendship encouraged Matt to begin studying Chinese and allowed him to visit Chengdu, China, for a month at a time two years in a row. During his time in … Continue reading

Congratulations AustraLearn and AsiaLearn Recipients of Scholarships from Foundation For Asia Pacific Education

The Foundation for Asia Pacific Education, a Denver-based nonprofit organization funding scholarships to assist more students to study abroad in the Asia Pacific region, recently awarded scholarships to 82 students attending the AsiaLearn and AustraLearn programs of GlobaLinks Learning Abroad. The awards included two STA Travel scholarships of $2,000 to two individuals. They are: Jessica … 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

Survey On Impacts Of Studying Abroad Wrapping Up This Week

Did You Study Abroad? The Foundation for Asia Pacific Education Wants Your Input Via An Online Survey If you’ve previously studied abroad, there’s still time to complete the Foundation for Asia Pacific Education’s “Who Are You Now” online survey of study abroad alumni. “It’s doesn’t matter when, where, how long or with whom you studied … Continue reading

AsiaLearn Student Goes Above And Beyond To Teach And Learn In Afghanistan

Q&A With Zachary App, University of Massachusetts – Amherst Student Who Volunteered As English Teacher At Afghan Orphanage By Kelli Modica AsiaLearn When Zachary App decided to study abroad in Asia at Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and then Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand this fall, he didn’t restrict himself to exploring only one country when … Continue reading

GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Named 2009 Small Company Of The Year By Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Award Recognizes Businesses With Workplace Cultures Supportive Of Women GlobaLinks Learning Abroad has been chosen the 2009 Small Company of the Year by the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, one of the largest women’s chambers in the nation. The Company of the Year Award honors small, medium and large businesses that create a workplace culture … Continue reading


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