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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

Lauren Hill, University of Notre Dame

Happy Backpackers

I did the WSA program in Barcelona with my college friends and we all absolutely loved it! Great company, great plans and activities, and fully worth the money. Would recommend for any college students travelling together and looking for someone to show them the sights but in a very...

Lauren Hill, University of Notre Dame ~ University of Notre Dame, London, Summer Break 2016

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