» Travel Resources to Live Abroad
+ - U.S. Government Travel Information
+ - Living Abroad
- AT&T Study Abroad Calling Plan Package
- Cell Phone Rental
- Cheapflights.com Avoid High Smartphone Bills Abroad
- Culture Shock Information
- Currency Converter
- Electrical Conversion
- Global Tipping Etiquette
- International Herald Tribune
- ISIC Student ID Card
- StudentsAbroad Money & Banking
- Telephone Country Code
- Travel Insurance Tips and Advice
- Travel Insurance Reviews
- Ultimate Student Guide to Financing Your Life Abroad
- Weight Conversion
- World Clock
+ - Transportation
+ - Religious Support Abroad
Use the links below to find information to connect with support and resources for your religion while abroad.
- International Religious Freedom Report (U.S. Department of State): Status of religious freedom in countries around the globe
- Connect With a Religious Community as an International Student: USnews.com article on how students of religious backgrounds can meet people of their faith on and off campus
- World Buddhist Directory: Guide to finding a Buddhist center or organization near you
- Blog post: About maintaining faith while abroad
- Kahal: Your Jewish Home Abroad: Through a partnership with Hillel at Denver University and the Office of International Education, you can connect with Jewish students abroad near you and local Jewish communities. To get in touch with KAHAL, sign up to get resources on holiday celebrations, Shabbat dinners, and other opportunities while traveling. KAHAL will help you jump into the culture around you by accessing the local Jewish community.
- IslamiCity: Source of Islamic information and large Muslim e-Community
- IslamicFinder: Resources for navigating daily life
- Salatomatic: Guide to finding mosques and Islamic institutions near you
- Australia: Fellowship of Christian University Students
+ - Food Guide
+ - Free Activities
+ - Study Abroad Blogs
+ - Study Abroad News
- A Push to Send Students Abroad: Generation Study Abroad aims to double the number of Americans study abroad by the end of the decade.
- Breaking Cultural and Linguistic Barriers: Learn why a student chose to study abroad in Africa instead of a typical Western country.
- Comparative Study Abroad Programs on the Rise: Students are straying away from the traditional study abroad experience. Learn why!
- Study Abroad Interests Tied to Cultural Experiences at School: Who is more likely to study abroad?
- The Pie News: The US Assistant Secretary of State for educational and cultural affairs shares her opinion on Studying Abroad
- Voices: Making the most of Study Abroad Travel while in Europe: Tips for traveling through Europe
- Want a job? Research shows Studying Abroad may get you hired: Here's why!