Study Abroad Blogs

Checking-in: Phoebe packs her bags and returns home to Canada.
Judi explores the best sights that Ho Chi Minh City has to offer.
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.
Sidrah learns to learns to look for the best of people on both sides of the Atlantic.
After Roop loses her checked bag, she makes a list of the contents she’ll miss the most.
Judi is inspired by farming intiatives in the island-state.
Encounters with the young, educated Indonesian paparazzi.
Whether you are a first-time traveler about to embark on your journey or coming to the end of your trip, here is Eric's advice on how to make the most of your time abroad.
Roop outlines all you need to know about the Australian Working Holiday Visa.
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