Tag Result For: friendship

  • Mallory
  • Furman University
  • 2016 Fall

What LIFE Isn’t: Making Friends Abroad 09/30/16

I can’t believe it, but I’ve now been in Italy for a full week! I was lucky enough to spend the past weekend in Paris with some friends! With jet lag behind me, I’m happy to say I’ve finally started adjusting to life here. This past week has been CAP week. It has involved a […]

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  • Samantha
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2016 Summer

A New Beginning: Reflections on my Time Abroad 07/11/16

As I pulled away from the Bassano train station, I realized this was my last endeavor as a college student. Going forward, I’m no longer surrounded by students of similar interest who are on the same journey as I am. Now I’ve realized Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota has built a great […]

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  • Megan
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Summer

What I Learned through CIMBA and Being Abroad 06/27/16

Where to start? I learned something new every single day while being abroad. CIMBA is a program that encourages you to experience new things and learn from both success and failure. The major aspects the program and being abroad taught me was how to finance myself, embrace change, interact with people from different backgrounds, and remain […]

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  • Megan
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Summer

CIMBA Relationships are Second to None 06/07/16

As soon as you arrive on campus at CIMBA, you will immediately begin to create relationships. The staff at the school, who are often not even related to the CIMBA program, want to help. Your peers, who are just as excited and nervous as you, want to help. The community, for example the store owners across […]

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  • Kevin
  • Clemson University
  • 2016 Spring

Remembering your Study Abroad: 4 Ways to Document the Experience 03/10/16

Studying abroad flies by. I am pretty sure I have mentioned this in every one of my posts, but it just continues to fly by; there are so many fun trips, incredible cities, and unforgettable experiences that they all seem to blend into one awesome city or weekend. In the last 10 days I have […]

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  • Emily
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 2016 Spring

The Path Less Traveled (By My Home University) 01/27/16

Ciao from Italy! It’s been a little over a week in beautiful Paderno Del Grappa and I feel as though I’m slowly but surely getting the hang of things! For my first blog post here, I thought I would talk about something that has had a major impact on my study abroad experience so far—choosing […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2015 Fall

Embracing My Inner Tourist 10/15/15

“Is there such a thing as a traveler’s high?” is a question that popped out of my mouth as we were wandering around Florence last weekend. While the more technical term may be “wanderlust” (definition: a strong longing for or impulse toward wandering), I know for certain that there is a rush of adrenaline that comes along with […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2015 Fall

Study Abroad Tip: Connecting with Peers and Professors 10/15/15

One of the many things that makes CIMBA unique is the size of the program. This semester, there are 59 students and 10 professors. My largest class is about 25 people, and my smallest class has only four. Coming from a university as large as the University of Minnesota, I’m used to 45 people being […]

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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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  • 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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