Study Abroad

Verge's first study abroad blogger gets ready for her upcoming semester in Europe.
Returning travellers are often surprised to find that the process of reintegration is rife with challenges – and ripe with opportunities.
Plan ahead to get credit for your overseas studies.
Find housing that will make the most of your study abroad program.
Learn how you want, where you want.
Employers, educators, government...nearly everyone acknowledges the benefits of studying abroad.
From language schools to environmental projects - find an excuse to stay a while.
Although Thailand is known for backpacking and budget beach getaways, there are many opportunities to stay longer and get involved.
Anyone can learn to dance flamenco. It just depends on how easily you can put aside your pride.
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