Share Your Experience
Can we quote you?
You can make a difference for prospective students! We're looking for quotes for next year's AIFS catalogs. You can talk about anything; whether it's about a particular part of the program or the experience as a whole, we want to hear it. Please send us your thoughts here!
Serve as a web referral
Interested students like to connect with alumni from specific locations. As a web referral, students can send an email to you through their student portal and ask questions about your experience and the location. If you are interested in helping to advise prospective students, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. Please note that we will not share your email address with any third parties.
Write a review article!
Students interested in going abroad often want to hear firsthand what your experience was like. One of the easiest ways to share your experience with a larger audience is to complete a review of your program.
Writing a review is an excellent opportunity for you to reflect on your experience and can be used as a writing sample when applying for jobs or grad school. Read this article for tips on how to write an objective, useful review and then visit the three sites below to share your experience:
Let us feature you in our newsletter!
Has your study abroad experience had a major impact on your life? We want to hear about it! We are always looking for alumni to profile in our quarterly newsletter, Full Circle. If you would like to be featured, simply fill out this questionnaire and send a few of your favorite study abroad photos to us at email@example.com.
Send us your photos!
We are always on the lookout for great photos to use on our website, in our catalogs, and on social media. Help show prospective students what studying abroad with AIFS is really like! Please email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit your photos to our “Capture the Culture” contest!
This is a great opportunity to see your photos shared with a wider audience and allow students insight into the locations they are considering. To see contest rules and submit your photos, visit the official contest page.