Several higher education organizations say a court decision in a negligence case stemming from a prep school study abroad case places too heavy a burden on schools and colleges to account for risks.
The deadly outbreak has a few colleges and universities changing plans, but the countries that have been hit hard are not places that send large numbers to the U.S. or that attract many study abroad students.
With conflict in Gaza ongoing, some universities with study abroad programs in Israel suspend programs while others stay the course.
Study abroad to Cuba is beginning to rebound. At meeting of international educators, some advice on things to consider in starting programs there.
Minnesota lawmakers are poised to pass legislation requiring colleges to report on the safety of study abroad programs; bill in New York would mandate disclosure of financial relationships with providers.
Failure to meet language proficiency requirements forces some students in Brazil's international science program to go home.
Two study abroad programs evacuate amid intensifying tensions in the Crimea.
More than 150 universities sign on to initiative to double the number of Americans who study abroad. The main barriers involve cost, curriculum and culture.
At gathering of senior international educators, presenters discuss programs in which students double-major in STEM fields and a foreign language.
After a student is sexually assaulted during a semester in Costa Rica, the faculty members who assisted her lose their jobs, the study abroad provider shuts its doors, and the student says the wrong people have been punished. What happened?
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