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RateYourStudyAbroad.comPresented by two friends who studied abroad and had different experiences during their tenures, this online resource will enable anybody to rate programs of studies the world over for the benefit of others.


An account must be created for you to add a program, and the same goes for rating any program that has already been submitted by other site users.

You can always see how things are turning out by checking out the provided “Rankings” page, whilst a section named “Voices from Abroad” compiles assorted resources. These include blog articles of note and Top 10 lists dealing with issues such as tips and suggestions for maximizing any study abroad experience. It is also very important to mention that information on hotels, hostels and air travel is included in that part of the website.

At the end of the day, a site like this can be counted upon to arrange such a study experience, and focus on the good times you are bound to have. Set your browser to if you are pondering on undertaking such an adventure and need some more information to make up your mind. In Their Own Words

“Rate Your Study Abroad is the beloved mindmeld of John Henry and Henry van Wagenberg, two bros (not literally bros, but bros as in friends) who studied abroad and had very different experiences on very different study abroad programs.

John ‘loved the Davidson Classics Trip,’ (check out John’s Classics program) but Henry ‘didn’t love as much’ the program he went on in Germany. (According to some people, he, like, really, really didn’t love it. You can see it here).john abroad But both noticed that there was no place on the internet to learn what other kids had thought about their abroad programs — and whether those kids had loved their programs or, you know, really, really not loved them as much. Fate delivered them (thanks, Cameron!) into the laps of fellow studyabroaders Andy Martin, Sophie Lvoff, and Chuck Yatsuk, and together they’ve created a website to help make sure guys and girls like them get on programs they will love.”

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It is a much-needed resource that will become incredibly useful as people add even more and more reviews to the database, and others cast their votes.

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Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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