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Study Abroad Destination Fair

Hi everyone, it’s Hayley here! November continues to be a busy month here at the University of Chester, with many events taking place. This week I have an update from the University’s International Office about an exciting event that they held at the start of the month… 518 more words

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This year I’m thankful for.... 

As I wrap up my first semester of graduate school at University College Dublin, I am reflecting on what it means to be thankful for every gift and opportunity. 473 more words

The Significance of Public Memory

Yesterday Prof. Gehrz joined Art professors Michelle Westmark Wingard and Ken Steinbach for a conversation about memorials and monuments moderated by Bethel digital librarian Kent Gerber. 44 more words


On Connect 4, IV's, and Rawness

As part of my study abroad program in Granada, we can sign up to be a volunteer in the community we live in.  There are many volunteering opportunities, including helping Spanish teachers in their English as a Second Language classes,  working with the elderly in their homes, and volunteering at local hospitals. 703 more words


Money Matters: Study Abroad on a Budget

Money: one of the biggest fears about studying abroad that most students have. My advice to anyone planning to study abroad or even just travel abroad for a long period is to always keep money in mind, but not to an extent that it fully controls your experience. 835 more words

Tips fоr buуіng a car whеn studying аbrоаd

As a ѕtudеnt studying аbrоаd, thе two mоѕt сruсіаl thіngѕ that you wіll bе initially соnсеrnеd wіth іѕ уоur trаnѕроrtаtіоn аnd ассоmmоdаtіоn.  Pоѕt making аrrаngеmеntѕ about accommodation, уоu must figure оut wауѕ tо travel frоm thе accommodation ѕіtе to the University. 1,281 more words

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Euno Park

This week I got to experience the busiest train station in the world, the second tallest structure in the world, and a Japanese doctor’s office. For the record, visiting a clinic and being faced with the language barriers was by far the most daunting of these experiences. 191 more words