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Putting classroom lessons into a real-life context isn't always easy. 

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When it comes to a semester overseas, forget midterm exams. The real tests happen outside the classroom.  

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When a pros and cons list doesn't work, Sophie goes with her gut.

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Mapping the path to Japan's picturesque Kakizore Gorge.

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All it takes is a little research and some cost-cutting techniques for fun-filled weekend in Norway's capital.

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Four easy steps to battling homesickness before it happens.

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The top three differences that one study abroad student notices about Amsterdam.

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Taking time out from helping others to help yourself. 

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A comprehensive guide to surviving a weekend at Germany’s most famous beer festival.

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Lyndsay compares her post-secondary institution at home with her Swedish school.

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Matatus, boda bodas and a whole lot of crazy; dealing with local transport in Kenya.

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A UK student explains her decision to study abroad in the Netherlands.
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