Tag Result For: advice

  • Kevin
  • Clemson University
  • 2016 Spring

What Actually Happens When You Study Abroad? 02/26/16

I am now over one month into my study abroad experience…wow…..I still can’t believe that I have been here for a month! I think I say this in each of my blog posts but time is really flying because I feel like I just got here. Anyway, in a month one thing definitely hasn’t changed […]

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  • Emily
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 2016 Spring

4 Tricks for Keeping Up with the “Study” in Study Abroad 02/08/16

Ciao! What a wonderful first few weeks it has been! Between planning trips, taking a weekend trip to Paris, and trying to visit all the local places here in Paderno, it has been non-stop adventure. So much in fact, that it’s been pretty dang easy to forget the primary reason I’m here in the first […]

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  • Sophie

Top 5 Study Abroad Mistakes Every Student Makes 11/06/15

Everyone makes mistakes – it’s what makes us human.  Not every mistake is bad either.  In fact, some of our best learning experiences come from correcting the mistakes we’ve made.  Study abroad is full of learning experiences and you will make plenty of mistakes along the way.  I’d even go so far as to say […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2015 Fall

How to Survive without Your Phone during Study Abroad 11/03/15

In the United States, the Internet gives us access to pretty much anything at any given time. At home, we all have plenty of data on our plans each month, and there’s free wifi essentially everywhere we go. If I have a question, I google it. If I need to get somewhere, I use my […]

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  • Connery
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2015 Fall

What to Expect Traveling Solo and Why it is Something Everyone Should Do 09/14/15

A month in Europe, with nothing but what you carry, will definitely test someone on the kind of person they are. I’m not going to lie, I had my ‘oops’ moments and my “I NEED to go home” moments, but looking back, the month of travel really changed me. To start off, I learned that […]

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  • Kayla
  • University of Kansas
  • 2015 Summer

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Study Abroad 07/06/15

My time abroad has come to an end and I am back safely in the United States. I haven’t quite made it home yet due to delayed/missed/re-routed/cancelled flights so as I write this I am lying on the floor of the Philadelphia airport hoping that the storm occurring outside doesn’t prolong my 24-hours -and counting-0f […]

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  • Megan
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2015 Spring

How to Make the Most of Your CIMBA Experience 04/22/15

It’s almost the start of my final week in the CIMBA program as I am making my way back from Switzerland. That being said, I simply cannot believe how quickly the semester has flown by. I knew when I came over to Italy that the time here would go by in the blink of an eye […]

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  • Megan
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2015 Spring

10 Lessons Learned Studying Abroad in Italy 04/01/15

Here I am, ten weeks into the semester of a lifetime. Ten long, action packed weeks. It’s crazy to think that am only three weeks away from heading back to the states, and I can already tell my departure from CIMBA is going to be extremely bittersweet to say the least. I will be thrilled […]

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  • Kelsey V.
  • Purdue University
  • 2015 Spring

5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Study Abroad 03/31/15

For years, students from all over the world have flocked to Europe seeking a supercharged study abroad experience. We come bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, ready to take on the world. We have visions of the semester ahead of us perfected to a tee. If you’re anything like me, you may even spend hours on the Internet […]

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  • Rachel
  • University of Iowa
  • 2014 Spring

Advice for new CIMBIANS 04/29/14

1. Go to the Tabacchi with your friends and get sandwiches (10x better than anything at Jimmy John’s or Subway).  Have a picnic at the picnic tables on campus! 2. Go on a run around Paderno and to other nearby towns.  There are a few hills (they never really get any easier…) but the view […]

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