Study Abroad Articles and Advice

When you’re alone and far from home, mental health issues can be magnified. How to cope during a semester abroad.
Is it safe for women to study abroad in India? Perceptions can differ widely from reality.
If “learn to speak Spanish” is on your to-do list, you'd best head to Guatemala.
Study abroad student Michaela Yule works undercover to document the lives of Iraqi refugees living in Syria.
Sometimes, getting your parents on board can be the biggest hurdle of all.
Tired of hearing the stereotypes, a Dutch-Canadian decides to set the record straight.
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:
Compared with other countries, very few North American students study abroad. Why must that change?
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.
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