Study Abroad

Braving the Baltics  – Off-Campus Study

Everyone told me when I decided to study abroad that it would be amazing — I would develop new skills, ...

Italy Update #2! – Off-Campus Study

Hello again! It’s been a while since I last wrote, so there’s a lot to catch up on! Week 4  ...

And That’s A Wrap – Off-Campus Study

It’s been two weeks now since the program ended, and I write this final post back at my house, surrounded ...

Embracing Change and Exploring Philly

It has been a quick 3 weeks into the term and I can say that my transition into Drexel these ...

The End or Beginning? – Off-Campus Study

I am moving into my last month of being here, and my program technically ends next week (although I will ...

Tips For Making Friends Abroad

Having gone abroad and not with a friend group I knew well, it was definitely tough finding my footing when ...

Culture Shock: The University Edition

It’s so weird to think that we are already halfway through the quarter. Time has really flown by, and I ...

A Homebody’s Guide to Studying Abroad: Tips for Introverts – Off-Campus Study

1. Expect to sometimes experience discomfort Studying abroad will, without a doubt, push you outside of your comfort zone. I’ve ...

Cultural Celebrations in Spain: My Recount of Las Fallas

I’d heard of this Las Fallas celebration prior to arriving in Spain, seeing as all my Spanish friends deemed it ...

We’re more alike than you think

New country, new school, new people. All of these elements are bound to lead to a bit of a culture ...

A Day in the Life Studying in Barcelona

A typical day anywhere isn’t super eventful; waking up and going to school is the baseline of most days, but ...

Food Trucks Galore

 I feel that food is one of the things that can distinctly reflect a culture, and the food in Philadelphia ...

Denver Memories to Last a Lifetime! – Off-Campus Study

Each happiness of yesterday is a memory for tomorrow.Unknown Life is about adventures, both the small ones that take no ...

The Impact of Denver Rescue Mission – Off-Campus Study

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.Francis of Assisi If someone ...

Final Adventures – Off-Campus Study

 The bad news is, time flies. The good news is, you are the pilot.Michael Altshuler These past couple of weeks ...

5 Things to Leave-Take On A Study Abroad

When the logistics part of my Study Abroad plans had been sorted(application, courses selection, finances…), it was time to leave, ...

Thoughts on Failure – Off-Campus Study

You are good when you walk to your goal firmly and with bold steps. Yet you are not evil when ...

My weekend trip to Washington DC: A piece of American history

Washington DC is one of those cities that everyone knows due to its amazing and fundamental history – it’s one ...

Is Europe Racist…hmmmm?

I’m a black woman, so that’s two major identifiers that I have to research when I travel, I Google questions ...

What’s this Jawn?

 Language is something that is really interesting to me, especially spoken languages. Before coming to Drexel, I had assumed that ...

Best International MBA Study Destinations

One of the most popular post-graduate programs among students who wish to study abroad is an MBA, or Master's in ...

NBA game: a sports event or just plain entertainment?

My first real American experience occurred on the first day of Spring term when I went to an NBA game ...

A Typical Weekend in Madrid

On most weekends, I either travel within Spain or to a different country. However, I intentionally left a few weekends ...

Goals – Off-Campus Study

I want to talk about something that I feel like isn’t normally touched on when people talk about going abroad: ...

Progress Update On My Spanish Learning Journey

Growing up, I learnt French for some 8 years, but as if I didn’t know it already, a recent trip ...
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