Tag Result For: packing

  • Peyton
  • Furman University
  • Spring 2018

What To Bring vs. Buy When Abroad 04/17/18

When preparing to go abroad this past semester, I had the chance to talk to people about everything from what to expect to what to do – from others who went abroad, who traveled to Europe, and even CIMBA alumni from my home university. However, there was one question I always asked, to which I never […]

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  • Sam
  • Syracuse University
  • 2017 Summer

5 Things I wish I Knew Before I Packed/While Getting Ready 06/22/17

After a few weeks of studying abroad with CIMBA, I have some advice for future student on what to pack and be prepared for. Everyone wears running shorts and large t-shirts to class. I made the mistake of not bringing enough of either. Honestly, once you think you’ve packed, take out 3-5 outfits – you […]

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  • Sydney
  • The University of Iowa
  • 2017 Spring

How Studying Abroad Will Turn You From a Diva to a Minimalist 05/25/17

When I was first told that it wasn’t a good idea for me to bring more than one suitcase and my backpack abroad, I thought it would be impossible. But I nearly lost my mind when I realized that said suitcase could only be 50 pounds. However, after sifting, sorting, an all nighter, and a […]

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  • Mallory
  • University of Colorado-Boulder
  • 2017 Spring

The 5 Things I’m Doing to Prepare For My Semester Abroad 01/10/17

Ciao! For me, planning to study abroad has been very similar to applying to college for the very first time. Many factors go into choosing a program; location, cost, courses offered, and more. When I started thinking about studying abroad, I had NO clue where I wanted to go. I thought about following in most […]

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  • Adam
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Fall

How to Come to Terms With Saying Goodbye to Your New Home Away from Home 12/21/16

Ciao, I’m writing this with a mix of emotions ranging from Happiness that finals are over to sadness that this adventure has come to an end. From what I’ve discussed with other people in the program, they’re not far off from where I am. We are obviously all happy to have made it through finals, […]

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  • Mallory
  • Furman University
  • 2016 Fall

The Adventure Begins: Why I Chose to Study Away 09/14/16

As my departure date gets closer and closer, the reality that I am about to leave home for the next three months is really starting to sink in. My excitement is at an all-time high and I just want to be there now, even though I know I’m not prepared at all. (I currently have […]

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  • Megan
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Summer

Don’t Forget to Take an Extra Copy: Top 5 Things to Duplicate before You Get on Your Flight to Italy 05/14/16

With travel, it goes without saying that it’s better to be safe than sorry. There are a number of important things travelers should duplicate and take with them overseas to avoid sticky situations that could land them in an unexpected destination. Here are the top five things to copy and carry with you when traveling: […]

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  • Samantha
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2016 Summer

5 Must-Haves in My Suitcase for an Extended Trip Abroad 05/13/16

Packing has always been a dreadful task. I usually wait until the last second to throw something in a suitcase; however, Italy is a whole different animal. There’s so much to remember and bring on a study abroad trip, especially when my trip is extended! I will be traveling for three weeks after attending CIMBA, […]

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  • Katie
  • The University of Iowa
  • 2016 Summer

A Summer of Firsts: 5 New Experiences When You Study Abroad 05/06/16

As I stare up at the aged panels of my roommate’s bunk from beneath my striped comforter, it is finally hitting me. Finals are creeping up on me and my lively dorm room will be blank in a matter of a week. If the fact that my freshman year is already over isn’t extremely terrifying […]

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  • Alicia
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Spring

Packing For Travel As if You Actually Know What You’re Doing 04/04/16

Alright folks, let’s get down to business and the less glamorous side of traveling, specifically: cloths packing. Let me first say that I thought I had it down pat! I showed up with my one giant suitcase and had significantly less luggage than many girls and a good amount of guys. I was attempting to […]

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