Study Abroad Blogs

How do you share the emotions surrounding a trip didn't live up to your expectations—without offending others? 
Hints: Start early and don't forget to read the fine print.
Em explains why she decided to study midwifery in Bali—and how it's given birth to new perspectives.
Putting classroom lessons into a real-life context isn't always easy. 
When it comes to a semester overseas, forget midterm exams. The real tests happen outside the classroom.  
When a pros and cons list doesn't work, Sophie goes with her gut.
Mapping the path to Japan's picturesque Kakizore Gorge.
All it takes is a little research and some cost-cutting techniques for fun-filled weekend in Norway's capital.
Four easy steps to battling homesickness before it happens.
The top three differences that one study abroad student notices about Amsterdam.
Taking time out from helping others to help yourself. 
A comprehensive guide to surviving a weekend at Germany’s most famous beer festival.
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