Hispanic students are among the least represented in U.S. study abroad programs. While cost is a significant barrier, access to information and resources is at least as important. Equipped with the right tools and advice, parents can play a significant role in enabling their children to have a valuable and affordable international experience. That’s why we are making A Parent Guide to Study Abroad available in Spanish—a language spoken in the homes of more than 38.3 million U.S. residents.
Published in collaboration with the AIFS Foundation and written by three leading study abroad experts—Stacie Nevadomski Berdan, Allan E. Goodman, and William Gertz—this companion guide to A Student Guide to Study Abroad contains critical information parents need to inform themselves and to support their high school or college student as he or she navigates the study abroad experience.