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As the entire world grapples with the impact of COVID-19, thousands of students from around the world have had their international study or internship abroad plans disrupted. But, what if you’re plan…
For the majority of students, study abroad is an amazing and sometimes life changing experiences. But just like life at your home school, you may encounter some discrimination on your travels. For so…
Returning home can be a challenge, especially since the desire to reminisce about your time abroad can be so strong! Daydreaming and wishing you were back in a different country on the other side of …
The Global Student Leadership Summit (GSLS) is the premier leadership conference for students from diverse backgrounds who have participated in study abroad or other international programs.
Living abroad before beginning my career was the best advice I could ever take. Whether it be a school-year abroad, a summer visit, a mission trip, or a gap year before you transition to grad school or the workforce, travel before starting your career is the best time to do so.
My international experience has made me much more confident in my language learning skills, in my ability to navigate unknown situations and has solidified my passion for international exchanges.
I realized the importance of self care and self love. That was an unintentional lessson I learned from my study abroad experience, but definitely the most valuable.