Institute for the International Education of Students

The Institute for the International Education of Students, or IES, is a not-for-profit that provides premier study abroad programs for U.S. college-aged students. Founded in 1950 as the Institute for European Studies, the organization has since been renamed to reflect additional offerings in South America, Australia, and New Zealand. Over 60,000 students have studied abroad on IES programs since its founding.


IES offers programs in the following locations:


South Africa
* Cape Town, South Africa


* Beijing, China
* Shanghai, China

* Delhi, India

* Nagoya, Japan
* Tokyo, JapanThe IES Tokyo Program consists of two separate programs, a language intensive program at Meikai University in Shin-Urayasu, Chiba, and a Japanese culture program at Kanda University in Kaihinmakuhari, Chiba.


* Vienna, Austria

* London, England
* Oxford, England

* Arles, France
* Nantes, France
* Paris, France

* Berlin, Germany
* Freiburg, Germany

* Dublin, Ireland

* Milan, Italy
* Rome, Italy
* Siena, Italy

* Amsterdam, Netherlands

* Barcelona, Spain
* Granada, Spain
* Madrid, Spain
* Salamanca, Spain


* Adelaide, Australia
* Melbourne, Australia

New Zealand
* Auckland, New Zealand
* Christchurch, New Zealand
* Sydney, Australia

outh America

* Buenos Aires, Argentina

* Santiago, Chile

* Quito, Ecuador

External links

* [ Institute for the International Education of Students website]

* [ Institute for International Education website]

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