Study Abroad

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Verge's first study abroad blogger gets ready for her upcoming semester in Europe.

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Returning travellers are often surprised to find that the process of reintegration is rife with challenges – and ripe with opportunities.

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Plan ahead to get credit for your overseas studies.

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Find housing that will make the most of your study abroad program.

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Learn how you want, where you want.

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Employers, educators, government...nearly everyone acknowledges the benefits of studying abroad.

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From language schools to environmental projects - find an excuse to stay a while.

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Although Thailand is known for backpacking and budget beach getaways, there are many opportunities to stay longer and get involved.
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