“One week, being in another country, you’re going to forget about what everyone else is doing in the U.S., and you’re going to be having so many of your own adventures that you’re not going to be homesick at all.” — Lexa & Caroline (@sippin_sangria) This interview couldn’t have come at a better ⏰. Why? Because I […]
“To be in a country where you don’t speak fluently and you struggle to express yourself [. . . ], it made me so sympathetic, empathetic for people who are in countries where they’re not a native speaker but they’re trying, because I never really knew how difficult it is to represent yourself in a […]
“If I want to go and have this experience, or if I want to go and have this meaningful conversation, then what’s stopping me besides myself?” — Michelle Andersen Michelle Andersen (First name IG, last name FB) was one of the most well spoken guests I’ve had on the show to date. She went on […]
Everything that you could possibly check off a to-do list I did. I crossed all my t’s and dotted my I’s. I was ready, or so I thought. Beginning with the end in mind is a tried and true adage that holds true to most life experiences, and studying abroad is no different. Here are […]
I’d describe the beginning of the study abroad process as signing up for classes, finding a new apartment, and buying a car wrapped together. You hear the term “make or break” thrown around a lot. I won’t go so far as to say that a good relationship will either make or break your study abroad […]
We kick off The Study Abroadcast with Dan Colleran, a study abroad advisor at the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater. We discuss a plethora of topics here and dig into why it is important for one to study abroad.
This post is not for the people who have already decided to study abroad, this is for those of you who are thinking about going, but just can’t seem to justify the cost. I’m not going to lie, an international study experience can be more expensive than a normal semester of education. Even if you […]
According to Forbes, the average cost of studying abroad was $17,785 per semester in 2014. Depending on where you go to school – whether in-state or out-of-state, private or public – studying abroad could actually save you money. For instance, if you went to Tulane University where the tuition fee per semester is $31,555 (that’s […]