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6 Entries Tagged with "Student"

  • 5 Reasons Why You SHOULDN’T Buy a Roundtrip Flight

    Posted by admin on July 15, 2015.

     

    By: Cody Bruton

    Most of you are probably thinking that you need to buy your return flight home when you book flights over to Europe for studying abroad. Am I right? I’m here to tell you, this is the BIGGEST mistake you can possibly make during your whole study abroad experience!

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    Tags: Study Abroad // Europe // student // flights

  • (Host) Mothers Know Best

    Posted by Andy Steves on February 26, 2015.

    (Host) Mothers Know Best

    By Shannen O'Brien

                    Does anyone remember in the Disney movie Tangled when Mother Gothel starts singing to Rapunzel about why she shouldn’t leave the tower? Well, while I might have played on the title of this song she sings, I want to clarify that … More »

    Tags: student // Study Abroad // host family // WSA

  • A Day in the Life….

    Posted by Andy Steves on October 6, 2014.

    A Day in the Life… with Maria Sorkin, Seville Intern

    So I’ve been here in Seville for almost an entire month now (!!!!) and with orientation classes over with and having started classes at the University of Seville, I’m starting to finally get into a bit of a routine here. While I’ve … More »

    Tags: Spain // seville // Study Abroad // Travel // student

  • How to choose: Florence v. Rome

    Posted by Andy Steves on July 22, 2014.

    After months of research and talking with an advisor, you finally sit down to make the decision of where to study abroad. You know you want to study in Italy, but where? You’ve heard of amazing tales from your friends in both Rome and Florence. Here’s a quick guide of a few things to expect in … More »

    Tags: student // Study Abroad // Italy // Florence // Rome // college // WSA // blog

  • Top Habits of Girls Abroad

    Posted by Andy Steves on July 22, 2014.

    When American girls flood a European city the locals definitely take notice. How can they not when there’s a group of 6+ girls walking the streets all trying to talk above each other and stumbling in their wedges. It makes for quite a scene even if you don’t realize it. We’ve compiled the top … More »

    Tags: Study Abroad // girl // student // college // WSA // Weekend Student Adventures

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Michaela Meyer, Pepperdine University

Happy Backpackers

I studied abroad in London for the 2015-16 academic school year. We had long weekends for travel and my friends and I planned out dozens of trips on our own, which can be exhausting. For our last travel weekend in Europe we decided to give WSA a try. It was perfect! Everything was planned...

Michaela Meyer, Pepperdine University ~ Pepperdine IP, London, Spring 2016

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