• Vienna again ranked worlds #1 city to live in!

    Thursday, February 7, 2013

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    Why study abroad in the #2 or #3 most livable cities in the world when you can study in Vienna with IGE!

     

     

  • Donauinselfest 2012

    Wednesday, June 20, 2012

    This weekend (June 22-24, 2012) is the 29th Donauinselfest in Vienna, Austria. Take the U1 (red) or U6 (brown) subway line down the to Donauinsel stop. The festival will be hard to miss. It is the largest open air music festival in Europe that is free. Here is where you can find out more information about the festival.

     

  • Why should you study abroad?

    Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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    We hear this question quite frequently. Many students go abroad because they want to learn about another culture or simply travel and see a new place. Others choose to stay in the U.S. because they are afraid to travel or scared of a new place. A recent article from TravellersQuest.com gave 10 solid reasons why every college student should study abroad.

    Here is the full article. 

  • What would you do with 36 hours in Vienna?

    Monday, January 9, 2012

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    While studying abroad, students tend to embark on various trips to neighboring cities. Often, students find themselves with just 36 – 48 hours in a city and it can be quite difficult to decide where to go, what to see, and what time to do it all at. We came across this recent article in the Travel section of The New York Times which outlines what you can do if you have just 36 hours in Vienna, Austria. Click the image below to see the article.

     

  • IGE Thanksgiving in Vienna

    Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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    The IGE difference has always been described by students as, “the little things they do.”  One of these “little things” students love is a real Thanksgiving dinner. Read more…

  • Things to avoid while abroad

    Wednesday, November 9, 2011

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    I read an interesting blog post earlier today about 5 things to avoid while abroad and I thought I’d repost it. Here they are http://blog.studyabroad101.com/2011/11/avoid/.

     

     

     

  • NAFSA Region II Conference was a great success

    Wednesday, November 2, 2011

    Although the snow seemed to slow many people down in the front range, the NAFSA Region II Conference began with no delay. The conference was held at the Hilton in Ft. Collins, CO just down the street from CSU’s campus. The bulk of the conference consisted of thoughtfully planned sessions where industry professionals led discussions on various international education topics. After each session a 30 minute coffee break was held which allowed representatives from study abroad offices around the region to visit with a select group of exhibitors. IGE was pleased with the turnout and is happy to have met some new faces. For anyone that missed the conference, you can see the 2011 NAFSA Region II Conference program here. 

  • Christkindlmarkt is approaching!

    Thursday, October 20, 2011

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    Something fun to do in Vienna is stop into one of the Christkindlmarkts around the city. These fairs typically open mid-November and run through Christmas. Stop in to participate in some Austrian traditions or to simply enjoy a delicious hot chocolate, punch, or cider.

    Here is a list of where all of the markets will be around Vienna.  

  • IGE Attending 2011 NAFSA Conference in Fort Collins, Colorado

    Wednesday, October 19, 2011

    IGE will be attending NAFSA’s Region II annual conference in Fort Collins, CO October 25 – 28. The conference is a great opportunity for study abroad providers to network and collaborate with study abroad office representatives of various colleges/universities within the region. Representing IGE at the conference will be Colin Wayne.  Colin is looking forward to exhibiting at the conference and meeting some new faces in the industry.

    Click here for more information on the NAFSA conference and be sure to stop by the IGE table.

  • Students Have Arrived in Vienna

    Wednesday, August 31, 2011

    Today our fall Vienna program began.  After a short jump across the pond, students arrived safely in Vienna, Austria.  Over the next week Dr. Archer, President and Founder of IGE, will be leading orientation and getting the students ready for the best semester of their lives.  Be sure to check our blog on a regular basis for updates on what the students are up to this fall.