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Recommended reading

An LGBT Student Guide to Studying Abroad
From GoAbroad, this guide provides information about the legal status of LGBT citizens around the world as well as resources for scholarships for LGBT students to study abroad, recommended programs, and recommended places for study abroad.

The global classroom : an essential guide to study abroad Gain insight into some practical aspects of studying abroad and how integrate the experience into your career as an engaged global citizen.

The Study-Abroad Solution: How to Open the American Mind
Learn about the impact that international study has on Americans’ attitudes towards U.S. foreign relations.

Related research tools

Bilateral Relations Fact Sheets
Learn about the land, people, government, history, and economy of countries around the world via these United States Department of State publications.

Embassy.org
Links to country embassy websites, many of which contain valuable cultural and travel information.

Lives Without Limits
From the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, this project promotes the importance of inclusion in international exchanges.

New York Times Travel
Travel advice for destinations around the world, including hotel, restaurant, and vacation tips and deals.

Students Abroad – US Dept. of State
The U.S. State Department offers students a one-stop reference for international travel.

Transitions Abroad
A portal to articles and resources for volunteer and paid work abroad, living or studying abroad, and cultural travel.

Travel.State.Gov
Learn about visas, passports, travel tips, and country-specific information on this U.S. Department of State “international travel” website.

Volunteer Abroad
Look for volunteering programs based on geographic location or program type (from agriculture to women’s rights).