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Nagoya's Big Apple

Friday, September 12, 2014

As I sit in a moment of silence, I realize how much of a difference there is between Japan and America. My first impression of Japan is its efficiency when dealing with recycling and the generosity of those around you. 511 more words


Back To The Basics

Several days have passed and looks like my updating of this blog has been lacking a bit. Luckily, today is a semi slow day and the only requirement for me is to register for classes. 945 more words


Can the Corporate World Do good?

This summer I had the pleasure of hosting my first corporate swap with an organization called ISEP (International Study Abroad Program) in D.C.. I was an intern at ISEP and the idea to have a swap at an office came from a conversation with a coworker. 522 more words


Nagoya At A Glance

My name is Thu Dang and I am a Junior at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga. My major is Computer Science: Software Systems and International Relations: Humanities. 182 more words


ISEP Student Stories: Amy Finds the Right Fit in Marburg, Germany

Now there is even more reason to study in the home of the 2014 FIFA World Cup champions! Philipps-Universität Marburg in Marburg, Germany presents students with options at several levels of German language. 495 more words

Student Stories

ISEP Student Stories: Anne's Year-long Immersion in Japanese Culture at Toyo University

You may be intimidated to study in countries where your native language isn’t spoken. But don’t let that stop you! ISEP student Anne, an English major from Emporia State University, didn’t let a language barrier keep her from studying abroad at Toyo University. 400 more words

Study Abroad

Lianne Domenic (’11) Works at Amsterdam Start-Up

During the fall semester of 2010, my senior year at UNCA, I participated in a study abroad program that took me to Leiden, the Netherlands. 1,051 more words