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Study Away: Vermont

BY MO MICHELS
For the UAS Whalesong

“Not good, not bad, just different.” I said these words to myself as I sat on the plastic like mattress in the white painted brick walled room. 932 more words

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8 Things You Need To Do To Study Abroad

Studying abroad is a huge investment in your future, but it can be hard getting there when you don’t know where to start. Whether you’ve been dreaming of studying abroad for forever or just investigating if it’s possible, here’s a step-by-step guide to successfully studying abroad. 547 more words

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Resources for Students Studying Abroad at Lille 3

Hello!

You might be a friend or family member or someone about to head to France, or maybe you’re conducting some preliminary research of your own before you’re due to arrive in Lille. 146 more words

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Studying Abroad - Pre Preparation Style

Here I sit wondering whether my past year has been a dream or not. If so, what an amazing dream it was. Perhaps you are someone who is thinking about studying abroad, someone who is already abroad, a study abroad alumni, or just someone who stumbled upon this blog. 1,704 more words

Africa Abroad: How to Pack for the Unexpected

You are about to leave for your study abroad program. That terrible feeling sets in! You’ve forgotten something! Most likely you haven’t, but you are freaking out none the less. 769 more words

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7 Study Abroad Quotes That Make Us Thankful

A couple months ago we launched a week-long contest called #ISEPVoices. The result was astonishing. In just a couple days, we gathered over a hundred student testimonials from all over the world…and the stories blew us away. 497 more words

Student Stories

3 Ways to Give Back on #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday is a growing global movement that unites people and countries by celebrating our capacity to care for and empower one another. On December 1, the ISEP community will demonstrate how we make the world a better place when we come together for good. 513 more words

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