5 Entries Tagged with "2015"
Posted by admin on September 3, 2015.
Jaclynn Clark, WSA Intern
The first days of studying abroad are always overwhelming. You’re in a new country, with a new language, new faces, and it’s obvious that all the locals know you are a foreigner. This is old news for anyone familiar with going abroad, but once the stressful … More »
Posted by admin on July 13, 2015.
Every year, millions of people flock to Europe for vacation with the typical tourist mindset. They go abroad with pre conceived notions and assumptions. They fall victim to the tourist mentality, believing that they HAVE to do certain things to check them off of a cheesy bucket list. Rather … More »
Posted by admin on July 8, 2015.
Life is all about learning from your mistakes. In this case, you can learn from mine and spare the mess.
#1 Your feet go through their own little culture shock
I always thought I was a relatively active person, before arriving in Europe and exponentially increasing my step count to a … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on February 18, 2015.
Arriving in a new place can be scary. But honestly, it was way easier than I expected.
I flew from Newark to Shannon Airport on a direct flight. My study abroad advisor scared me about immigration and I had an entire folder of perfectly organized information to get me into the country. All I … More »
Posted by Andy Steves on February 6, 2015.
“Hola, me llamo Shannen”: How to Make International Friends While Studying Abroad
By: Shannen O'Brien
If I’ve learned anything from my last semester abroad in Madrid, it’s that at some point (if not already) you feel like you’re a freshman again. Throw in a foreign … More »
The most fun, exciting, educational, and craziest weekend I had during my semester abroad. You definitely get the maximum bang for your buck with WSA. WSA provided me with an unbelieveable weekend in Budapest. After hearing from my friends about their amazing experiences on WSA trips, I had to see what all the hype was about. I chose to take part in a WSA weekend in Budapest, and I loved every minute of it. The guide, Bogi, was the best! WSA is the perfect blend of an educational/tourist expereince while also allowing for sites off the beaten path as well as kickass nightlife. You won't regret a trip with WSA.Cooper Cohen, University of Notre Dame ~ University of Notre Dame, London, Spring 2015
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