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Putting a degree in International Project Management to work.

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It’s one month into my international development fellowship with the Aga Khan Foundation Canada and I can say I am finally finding my footing.

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Creating the ultimate international itinerary.

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What happens once the culture shock has worn off?

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The best aspect of reverse culture shock is figuring out what you were taking for granted.

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What working abroad looks like once the honeymoon is over.

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Caretaking means taking careful time to choose the perfect family away from home.

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You know if someone is a traveller by how they greet their friends.

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A guide to surviving an Austrian heat wave.

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Taking advantage of the great outdoors on the other side of the world.

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Do you have what it takes to work on-board a yacht?

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Guidelines for getting the most out of your new environment.
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