Study Abroad Resources
EngageAbroad is a blog by Carol Madison designed to encourage cultural engagement among students and offer advice on living or studying abroad. A previous US diplomat, Madison was the first American to serve as the Executive Director of the US-UK Fulbright Commission and currently serves on multiple national and international boards and speaks on international education. EngageAbroad posts advice on everything from “How to Avoid Becoming a Pseudo Global Citizen” to how to deal with Anti Americanism.
"Working" by Jill N. Lacey
“Working” is an article by Jill N. Lacey which discusses the elements and aspects of studying abroad. If, when, where, how? From writing a CV to deciding which study abroad program is best for your career path, this article provides practical information about the requirements and components of working abroad as well as thoughtful reflection on the benefits and variety of programs. The directory of international exchange programs includes information about internships, work-visa programs, teaching English as a foreign language opportunities, and foreign affairs positions.
UCF Abroad increases student and faculty international mobility by helping provide access to educational and research opportunities around the world. These study abroad programs at UCF enhance curriculum and expose our community to a global marketplace.