Study Abroad Blogs

Written by
I have now been back in Canada for a month. I've been waiting around for something big to happen, a crazy feeling of loss or shock—but nothing has happened.

Written by
Picking up the Danish language can be hard, especially with all these linguistic curveballs.

Written by
What differences did Beth spot in three months abroad?

Written by
Five things worth knowing before you depart.

Written by
Back in Canada, Beth reflects on academic success in Prague.

Written by
There are many ways to have international experiences without actually leaving the country you live in.

Written by
That’s not 10 out of 10. That’s 10 out of 12.

Written by
How to feel at home in the land of a thousand smiles.

Written by
What I learned during my semester overseas.

Written by
Crisps, courgettes and chips: Susan is learning to speak English all over again.

Written by
Financial resources to help you on your journey.

Written by
Photo Essay: What an average day looks like studying abroad.
Page 20 of 21

Join the Verge Community

china traveller opt sm

Join our community of savvy travellers and put nearly two decades of inspiring articles, authoritative information and expert advice to work for you.

Planning a gap year or your first international volunteer placement? Looking ahead to studying abroad? Wondering how to turn your passion for travel into an international career? This is the place to start!

Show me more > Login >



Verge believes in travel for change. International experience creates global citizens, who can change our planet for the better. This belief is at the core of everything we do.

For more than a decade, Verge has produced quality resources and events to help people experience the world in a meaningful way, through opportunities to study, work and volunteer abroad.

Contact Us
(+1) 705 742 6869

Subscriber care
Write for us
Privacy policy