...but you might want to reconsider going to check it out. Here's why.
International Language Programs is excited to offer a new service opportunity in Europe; come volunteer in Poland!
Each semester, BYU-I students volunteer with ILP in schools all over the world. If you don’t think you can make a semester abroad fit in with your school semester, think again!
We have a brand spanking new, really exciting offer for our ILP alumni. If you've already completed at least one semester of ILP and you just can't stop thinking about your semester abroad BUT committing to another 4-5 months is really hard to work into your schedule, THIS is for you.
Not only is it really exciting that we now have a Snapchat account (aren't you stoked?), but the best part is that...
Here at ILP we love both Russia and Ukraine, especially because this is where we got our roots. In the news the past couple of years there has been a lot being said about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. But lots of people don't even know exactly why there is an issue between the two countries, or what the problem is over.
Guys, new ILP schools are popping up all over the place. We're growing and we love it. The more schools we have open, the more opporunities we can give to you to live in another country and have those once-in-a-lifetime volunteer experiences. So where are the new schools at?
You might have been hearing something in the news about a health scare in Brazil, Latin America, and the Caribbean: the Zika virus. Well, the CDC issued an alert after the first case was discovered and since then an outbreak has been catching everyone's attention. Transmission of the virus is ongoing and LDS missionaries are living in these potentially risky areas, but the Church isn't planning on moving any missionaries around because of it.
Wow! We know Russia can be cold, but we didn't realize that due to the permafrost in Siberia something so ancient could be preserved. That's right, two extinct cave lion cub remains where found just a couple months ago in Russia. What's the big deal? Well let me tell you...