Study Abroad

Language learning is an ongoing process of trying, failing, reassessing and trying again. 
I decided to study abroad in Taiwan—then the coronavirus pandemic hit. Here's how my semester abroad is unfolding so far.
As a biology student, I have always been fascinated by pandemics. But I never expected to live through one—especially while studying abroad.
I decided to continue studying in the UK, rather than return home to Canada. Here’s why.
Dust off your passport. Study abroad can be affordable.
Signing up for a homestay means navigating a new culture, family and diet. From dietary restrictions to vehement dislikes, here's how to find your place at the table. 
For anyone living and working in Thailand, learning the language will help deepen your understanding of the culture.
Returning to Montreal from my exchange in Germany has meant excitement, anxiety and readjustment. 
It's difficult to find the words to sum up my time in Dumfries. 
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