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2 Entries Tagged with "Studyabroad"

  • Conquering Jetlag

    Posted by admin on July 14, 2017.

    By WSA Intern Abby Hedrick           

    While the positives of study abroad are endless, the first few days can be rough for a number of reasons. Adjusting to a new city, culture, and oftentimes language can be daunting, and jet lag only adds to that! After spending last semester abroad, I … More »

    Tags: jetlag // studyabroad // intern // 2017

  • Studying Abroad In Unknown City

    Posted by admin on March 21, 2017.

    By WSA Intern Monique Lynch

    Use the code MoEnEspana10 for €10 off your WSA trip

    Studying abroad is the best experience I’ve ever had. With that being said, a huge part of my positive experience is being in a city that most people have no idea exists. I am studying abroad in Jaén, which … More »

    Tags: jaen // Spain // wsa intern // studyabroad // choosing your city // where to study

Sarah Pajeau, Joliet Junior College

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I had such a fun time in Edinburgh! If it weren't for my tour guide, I wouldn't be able to see so much and have experienced it all! Michael knew so much information about the city so I was able to learn a lot!

Sarah Pajeau, Joliet Junior College ~ Carlow College, Spring 2016

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