Study Abroad

Tourist guidebooks and websites aren’t the best way to learn about a destination. Try these tips instead.
Three cultural differences one study abroad student notices during her time in Bologna. 
After winter holidays at home, Emily dreads going back to Amsterdam—but returns to a pleasant surprise. 
Tips to turn your time in transit into a success.
Why Abigail is setting off into the unknown this semester.
Packing up to go home is harder than it sounds. Here's how to make it easier. 
Tips for reflecting on your role as a traveller in developing countries.
Is it safe for women to study abroad in India? Perceptions can differ widely from reality.
How do you share the emotions surrounding a trip didn't live up to your expectations—without offending others? 
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