New Internship Program in Philadelphia

September 5, 2019

Summer 2020 will see the launch of Intern Philly, an exciting new internship program from The College of Global Studies which brings all the hallmarks of an Arcadia Abroad experience home to Philadelphia. Following the successful model of our internship… More

Diversity Abroad Meetup in Philadelphia

Equity & Inclusion September 4, 2019

By Drew Villierme-Lightfoot, Program Manager for ENGLAND & WALES On August 22nd, Diversity Abroad held a regional meetup in Philadelphia, a networking event with a short round-table discussion. Arcadia's College of Global Studies was very well represented… More

Meet our New Enrollment Management Team

Institutional Relations September 4, 2019

By Adam Rubin, Director, Institutional Relations And Enrollment As we start the new academic year, I’m thrilled to share an update on our institutional relations and student services teams. As you may be aware, we made some adjustments to the institutional… More

Financing Your Study Abroad

Equity & Inclusion August 16, 2019

Darius Carey currently works as an Institutional Relations Manager at the College of Global Studies. He studied abroad in 2014 at the University of Ghana in West Africa. To support his efforts, Darius was awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship, The… More

Mental Health and Leaving Your Comfort Zone

Equity & Inclusion July 16, 2019

In the second blog for our Staff Voices series, Polly Penter, Associate Director of Student Services, London, shares her experience with mental health and shares a few tips for students joining us on Arcadia programs. I’ve lived with anxiety and depression… More

First Time Abroad Wisdom

Equity & Inclusion June 28, 2019

Many folks come to work with Arcadia because they had impactful, meaningful experiences studying, living, or working overseas which they would like to share with students. These international experiences shaped their careers and lives far beyond college… More

Refugee Wins Fulbright Scholarship

June 19, 2019

Abbas Nazari, an asylum seeker rescued by the Norwegian ship, Tampa, in 2001 and taken in by New Zealand, has won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to undertake postgraduate studies in the US. Abbas is a close friend of Arcadia in New Zealand and worked… More

The 2018 Award For Teaching Excellence

BY DR. ANDREW LAW, ACADEMIC DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF GLOBAL STUDIES The Academic and Student Affairs Team is pleased to announce that our very own Chris McMillan is the winner of the 2018 Award for Teaching Excellence. Every year, The College of Global… More

Arcadia Faculty US Book Tour: A Suffragette in America

June 7, 2019

Dr. Katherine Connelly, faculty member at the Arcadia London Center, commences a book tour in the U.S. this month, introducing A Suffragette in America. Published for the first time, this is Sylvia Pankhurst’s text about her two tours of North America… More

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