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Freebies and swag galore: Kait's got the inside tip on student deals in Hamburg.

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After living and studying in four cities in 15 months, Roop is surprised to find herself experiencing travel burnout.

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A little bit of know-how can turn an uncomfortable overnight airport stay into an unforgettable mini vacation.

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Reluctantly, Maria attends a football game, where she discovers that there's more to Milan than fashion and food.

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How to make local friends while studying abroad.

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Tips for enjoying the holiday season while studying abroad.

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Making the most of a semester overseas by brushing up on a second language.

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The benefits of staying out of the cities.

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What happens when you have to live life offline?

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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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