Study Abroad

Judi went to Singapore to study abroad, but she wasn't expecting this kind of education.
While Roop's hometown of Toronto is waging a war against the removal of bike lanes, she's discovering the endless benefits of biking in Denmark.
How Bindiya made a semester abroad a financial reality.
Going on an academic exchange has always been a lofty fantasy of mine.
Picking up the Danish language can be hard, especially with all these linguistic curveballs.
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.
There are many ways to have international experiences without actually leaving the country you live in.
Five things worth knowing before you depart.
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