Your study abroad experience can teach you a lot about who you are, how to handle yourself in various situations, and how to work with diverse populations of people. When it comes to your resume it is your decision as to what you want to highlight about your study abroad participation, and where you feel it might be best placed on the resume. The most important piece is that you highlight your experience in a way that communicates value and relevance to your potential employer. When incorporating your study abroad in the education section, there is key information that you want to be sure to include. The name of the institution or program, relevant courses or topics you took while attending the institution or program, the length of time you attended the institution or program, and any special projects you completed or opportunities you participated in while pursuing this experience that relate to the position of interest. This may seem like an overwhelming amount of information for your education section, but you want to ensure that you are truly portraying this educational experience in a way that communicates value for your potential employer. No one person is going to have the exact same study abroad experience, so be sure to take advantage of highlighting this most memorable engagement.