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Stop, Drop, and Roll Back To High School

Nothing makes someone (at least me) more nervous than speaking to a bunch of high schoolers who are truly passionate about a certain subject. My only explanation for my nervousness is simply, I do not want to disappoint his or her expectation of what is about to come out of my mouth. 660 more words

Week1: Welcome to DUC!

Dear reader,

Welcome to my blog! My name is Tsveti and I’ll be taking you on my 14-week journey in California or in other words – my semester abroad at the… 1,168 more words


My first couple days in Belgium, the smallest country there is!

I have been planning on studying abroad ever since I started university at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. I knew I wanted to experience somewhere in Europe, because I had many friends living there and because I was interested in it’s collection of culture and history. 419 more words

Coping with Culture Shock: The Importance of "Sticking it Out"

If you are currently studying or preparing to study abroad, I am sure you’ve grown tired of hearing about culture shock. There are many varieties of culture shock, and it’s impossible to pinpoint just when the period of culture shock will occur. 689 more words


My First 2 weeks

Days go by and the time seems to escape me. I intended on writing about my first week here in Pamplona, Spain, but other items have taken priority. 1,151 more words


ISEP Photo Contest!

Here at Education Abroad we like to share amazing opportunities with our University of Kentucky students whenever they arise. See below for detailed information regarding an ISEP photo contest with up to $200 in cash prizes. 345 more words


Spring Seminar Trip ~ Off To Kyoto!

Been quite awhile since I have updated, but now that I am back in America I will have plenty of time to post more of my adventures in Japan. 826 more words