“I explain to students that this is an investment in your future – you are having to navigate all these different things which is going to build confidence, flexibility, adaptability, and networking” — Andria Morse
Andria Morse was so much fun to talk to and learn from in this interview. She currently serves as the Interim Assistant Director of international education at UW-Stout, a comprehensive, polytechnic university about an hour east of Minneapolis.
Andria tells great stories, gives great advice, and approaches the entire study abroad process with a ‘no regret’ mentality.
“You’re never lost, you’re just in a place you’ve never been before” — Andria’s Mom
- Andria’s study abroad experience in Spain [1:42]
- Backpacking around Europe [2:54]
- Asia Bound and Graduate School [3:52]
- Andria’s fears prior to leaving for her trip [5:29]
- Not having any regrets [7:17]
- Getting to the grocery store in Japan [8:48]
- Fried eggs over french fries and paella [13:26]
- A day in the life studying abroad in Seville [14:52]
- The Poisonwood Bible [16:00]
- Great advice from Andria’s mom [16:56]