Study Abroad

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Sometimes, getting your parents on board can be the biggest hurdle of all.

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Tired of hearing the stereotypes, a Dutch-Canadian decides to set the record straight.

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There is one point on which every study abroad advisor will agree: they have never had a student complain of being over-prepared for their time abroad! Here’s a list of some items that you will need to address before you head out:

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Compared with other countries, very few North American students study abroad. Why must that change?

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Returning travellers are often surprised to find that the process of reintegration is rife with challenges – and ripe with opportunities.

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Plan ahead to get credit for your overseas studies.

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Find housing that will make the most of your study abroad program.

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Learn how you want, where you want.

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Anyone can learn to dance flamenco. It just depends on how easily you can put aside your pride.

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Employers, educators, government...nearly everyone acknowledges the benefits of studying abroad.
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For ten years, Verge has produced quality events and resources to help people experience the world in a meaningful way, through opportunities to study, work and volunteer abroad.

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