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6 Questions That Answered Themselves | Student Blog from Hawai’i
As my semester in Hawai’i comes close to its end, I have a lot of experiences to reflect on. Coming into study away, I was nervous—more than I should have been. Even on my plane ride to the tropical islands, the worst-case scenarios were running through my head: What if I get lost? What if […]
Black, Gay, and First Time Abroad | Student blog from Florence
My name is Lindsey and yes you read it correctly… I’ve never been abroad! As a D.C. native, it’s almost blasphemous that coming from an international hub, I’ve never been outside of the US. Up until this point in my life, I didn’t really think twice about it.
Being a Non-Traditionally Aged Student Abroad | Student Blog from Cusco, Peru
Andrea is studying abroad in Cusco, Peru at 27. Read about how her experience in Peru was better than she'd ever imagined.
7 Study Abroad Tips | Student Blog from Scotland
Here are 7 things I’ve learned during my first time studying abroad!
5 Things They DON'T Tell You About Studying Abroad
Author Bio: Danielle Nolan is a Business Administration Major at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She shares her insights on all the things you may NOT be told before studying abroad. When you decide to study abroad, you may be told to expect they’ll be the best days of your life, to expect […]
Know Yourself, Love Yourself | Student Self Care Blog from Thailand
Here is my story: The first two weeks of my trip were the forming and storming stages; hundreds of visiting and exchange students from around the world converge on one place and start building relationships, friendships to last lifetimes. These two weeks were difficult for me. Friendships that last a lifetime? That is daunting. I […]
Top 10 Ways to OWN Your Study Abroad Experience
CISabroad blogger Tasha Ward participated in CISabroad’s Semester in Australia – University of Sydney study abroad program during Spring 2017. An Economics major at Clemson University, Tasha shares 10 strategies to help you take charge of your study or intern abroad experience. So I’m sitting here, midterms officially behind me, and have realized that I […]
10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Study Abroad Experience
Sarah Fuller is a student at Elizabethtown College, who will soon be pursuing a master’s in International Educational Development at Columbia University. Sarah spent two separate semesters in Perugia, Italy, as part of CISabroad’s semester and study internship programs. Read about her tips for your upcoming study or intern abroad travels (and check out some […]