Study Abroad Blogs

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.
Three reasons not to turn your nose up at the path well trodden.
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. 
What I regret and what I appreciate most about studying abroad. 

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A glimpse into what life looks like studying Mandarin in Taiwan. 

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My first week abroad was marked by a lot of sweat. 
My German was slow to improve in Munich. Here's why.

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How Chinese pop hits have taught me cultural lessons no textbook ever can.
A Canadian and Colombian reflect on the differences studying abroad.  
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