Europe: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

A comprehensive guide to surviving a weekend at Germany’s most famous beer festival.
Sick of germy children and gerund verbs, Danika looks at other overseas work opportunities for English speakers who don't want to teach.
Despite continued incredulity from others, Vanessa insists on wandering the globe. Here's why.
The top three differences that one study abroad student notices about Amsterdam.
A UK student explains her decision to study abroad in the Netherlands.
Looking to make friends in your new city? Get out there and "meet up."
Lyndsay compares her post-secondary institution at home with her Swedish school.
Getting sick in a foreign country is a traveller's worst nightmare. 
Lyndsay decides to study abroad in Sweden to learn about food, customs and culture.
Think you're ready for your first working holiday? Read this first.
In the countryside of Spain, Vanessa most unexpectedly finds her roots when she volunteers to housesit.
After a somewhat reluctant adjustment, Danika looks at all the ways she's learnt to live like a local in Spain.
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