Oct 11, 2021 the popular blog Making Sense of Cents features Jenn and Beyond the States in an extensive post titled: How to Go to College in Europe for $8000 or Less a Year
Aug 12, 2021 listen to Episode 81: Going to College in Europe is More Affordable than U.S. with Jennifer Viemont of The Thought Card Podcast
Jan 26, 2021 in the Zero to Travel Podcast, a podcast that covers all aspects of travel, especially long-term and nomadic travel and frugal travel, interviewed Jenn for an episode titled: How to Go to College for Free with Jenn Viemont.
Feb 7, 2017: Black Enterprise published an article, Will Trump’s Travel Ban Affect Americans Studying Abroad?
Jul 27, 2016 : Yahoo! Finance published an article, The Top Five Stressors for Parents of College-Bound Teens — and How to Avoid Them
July 22, 2016 : Visalia Times-Delta, Calley Cederlof wrote an article, US students are looking overseas for higher education
Jul 20, 2016 : The Paper published an article, Sun… Fun… and Applications? Why Summer is a Great Time to Focus on College
July 5, 2016 : Dispatches Europe, Steve Kaufman wrote an article, Expat Essentials: Beyond the States has must-know info on 351 European universities
June 1, 2016 : Getting Smart published an article, Free College Abroad: Strategies for Student Success
May 18, 2016 : US News & World Report, Kelly Mae Ross wrote an article, It’s Not Too Late to Apply for a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Europe
April 18, 2016 : Teen Vogue, Kate Dwyer wrote an article, Here’s One Way to Graduate College Without Any Student Loan Debt
April 17th, 2016: MarketWatch’s Jillian Berman wrote an article talking about Jared Devon’s experience, Here’s one way to escape America’s high college costs: Leave the country
March 25th, 2016: Forbes published an article, American Students Are Turning Their Backs On The States
March 22nd, 2016: Bloomberg published an article, Why More Students are Leaving the US for College
February 23, 2016: CNN Money article Americans Are Moving to Europe for Free College Degrees by Katie Lobosco based on interviews with Jennifer Viemont and current students Chelsea Workman, Hunter Newsome and Hannah Remo. CNN tweeted the article as well.