Study Abroad Blogs

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How to ease the bureaucratic process of studying abroad.

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Melissa considers the differences between working in Korea and studying in Denmark.

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Keeping your cool in an uncomfortable situation.

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After a sports injury abroad, Sidrah finds her happy place.

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It wasn't Jessica's top choice, but she found exactly what she was looking for in Antwerp.

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Roop lists out the features of a student-friendly big city.

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Is travelling solo a dying art?

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Checking-in: Phoebe packs her bags and returns home to Canada.

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Judi explores the best sights that Ho Chi Minh City has to offer.

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When I booked a flight to Vietnam, I knew (somewhere in the back of my mind) that it would mean arriving in a communist country and therefore a one-party state. However, I had no idea what this actually meant and how much it would affect my experience there as a tourist.

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Sidrah learns to learns to look for the best of people on both sides of the Atlantic.
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