Just in case Fiji’s gorgeous beaches, warm climate, laid-back lifestyle, and welcoming locals are not enough to convince you that it’s the perfect study abroad destination, check out these amazing festivals that take place in the islands each year. [click to continue…]
The Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo has partnered up with NH Hotels in Sevilla to offer students an incredible internship opportunity! Students participating in the Fall/Spring 3 or Academic Year 3 programs who register for the class Business Spanish SPA 355S are eligible to apply for this unique experience. [click to continue…]
Cusco is considered the historical capital of the Inca Empire, which led to its declaration as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.
Qosqo, meaning Cusco in Quechua, translates to the “navel of the world” due to the Inca’s once Four Region Empire. Cusco is known as the stopping point before venturing into the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu. At an aerial view, it is believed that Cusco was intentionally built to resemble the shape of a puma!
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By Marc Pereira, ISA Student Services Advisor
Studying abroad in Japan gives students a wonderful opportunity to experience a new culture filled with unique traditions, holidays, food and activities. Some of these unfamiliar sights might include enjoying a tea ceremony presented in a traditional Japanese viewing garden or attending a local festival bustling with energy and life! However, nothing truly embodies the traditional “Japanese Experience” quite like a visit to the local onsen. Onsen are known in Japan as the ultimate source of relaxation after a long day of work. The natural hot spring baths have a way of washing away every ache in the body and worry in the mind. Don’t pass up the opportunity to enjoy one of these wonders of Japan and experience an enormous part of Japan’s rich culture and tradition. [click to continue…]