Study Abroad

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A Canadian and Colombian reflect on the differences studying abroad.  

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What happens when the novelty wears off?

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If you're studying abroad while your partner stays home, get ready for these challenges.  

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At 16, I found the perfect study abroad program. There was just one thing standing in my way: My mom. 

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How not to get taken advantage of in a city that's in the midst of a housing crisis. 

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Munich is no Berlin, but alternative culture still thrives here. 

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My culture shock took so long, I didn’t notice that it was happening.
For academics, scholars and researchers, travelling to international conferences means sharing ideas, accessing new resources and expertise and, of course, eating free pastries.

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I'm trying to figure out how to squeeze out every last moment for what it's worth. 
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