Global Ambassador Program
TEAN offers a way to share your study abroad experience while enhancing your resume and gaining professional experience at the same time. Program alum can apply for the Global Ambassador Program. Please email Hannah DeMilta for more information.
Alumni Group on LinkedIn
All of our program alum are invited to join our LinkedIn group. It’s a way to stay connected not just with TEAN, but also a valuable platform for networking opportunities among our program alumni.
TEAN Alum Photo Contest
Now that you’ve shared your photos with family and friends, why not enter them for a chance to win great prizes. Your photos may even be featured in a TEAN publication or campaign. See the most recent Photo Contest for details.
Security Deposit Refund Request
Please complete the Security Deposit Refund Request Form to receive a refund of your security deposit less damages and cleaning fees.
Study Abroad Fairs & Campus Visits
Each year The Education Abroad Network visits college campuses all over the country. Program Representatives attend study abroad fairs, hold information sessions, and speak with prospective participants. If you would like to share your experiences with students on your campus by assisting TEAN at one of these events, please let us know.
Scholarships for Sequel Study Abroad
The Education Abroad Network wants to recognize those students that have made the decision to study abroad, again! Please visit TEAN Scholarships for information and application instructions for the Sequel Scholarship.
Pursuing a Degree Abroad
If you are thinking about completing your undergraduate degree or pursuing a graduate degree abroad, The Education Abroad Network can assist you with the application and enrollment process. Please visit Full Degree Programs for more information.
Thinking about working in New Zealand or Australia? These websites have immigration information and job opportunities.
Culture and Re-entry Shock
Whether you are at the start of your study abroad experience in your host country or just returned to campus, you are likely to experience culture shock. This resource has helpful information about culture and re-entry shock.
Does The Education Abroad Network issue IRS Form 1098T? Because TEAN is not a U.S. Department of Education Title IV institution, we do not issue 1098T forms. Our foreign university partners will also not issue 1098T forms. For the majority of our program participants the maximum tax deduction allowed will be met by approximately first $4,000 in tuition paid to their U.S. institution. When requested, we will provide you with a billing statement showing the payments you have made to TEAN, as well as an estimated tuition amount included in your program fee. Please consult your tax professional for further information.