Adapting To Life Abroad: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Clare determines that home isn't where the heart is; it's where the heart has been.
After the thrill of being in a new country has worn off, how do you experience newsness abroad?
Before I moved to India, the concept of arranged marriage in the 21st century was something that I just didn’t understand.
As Katie discovers, monuments and tourist attractions are far from the heart of a city.
For AIESEC intern Jackie, navigating the cultural divide in India was as easy as crossing the street.
As AIESEC intern Genevieve prepares for her overseas placement, "helpful horror stories" aren't making her task any easier. 
Havana travel blogger Conner Gorry shares her tips for throwing a dinner party in Cuba.
An intern reflects on the advantages—and disadvantages—of people mistakenly believing that she's Ghanaian. 
An adventure in au pairing leads to a first-hand look at French culture, translation mishaps and… knife fishing?
They're everywhere, often difficult to detect until it's too late, but when they strike, you'll know you've been had.
Living, working or studying overseas not only involves the day to day effort of doing your job or keeping up with your school work, but also requires you to adapt to the culture that you've planted yourself in. The question is: Are you that type?
Are you doing the right thing or acting like a sucker? Some tips on how much to pay at the market.
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