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#StudyAbroadBecause... you'll regret missing the opportunity!

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My name is Daphne Duong and I am currently 23 years old. I studied at the University of California, Davis with a double major in Communications and Economics. The summer after I walked, I did a summer abroad in Paris studying Fashion Marketing. I currently work in tech PR and hope to one day go back abroad to get my MBA in international business!

Top 10 Ways To Visit Paris On A Budget

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 05, 2016 /
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Top 10 Ways To Visit Paris On A Budget

You're headed to Paris! Want some easy ways to save money, while exploring the City of Light? We've got it - Top 10 Ways To Visit Paris On A Budget.

 

The Art of Cultivating Global Creativity: The J Rêve Int'l Global Educator Program in Paris

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“It is my honor to create global experiences for educators and artists, and to visit schools worldwide and inspire interest in global awareness for students.” ~ Jacqueline Cofield.  

#StudyAbroadBecause... it will be the best four months of your life!

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Katie Stavros is a 2015 University of Pittsburgh graduate with a degree in Communication and Business and a minor in French. She lives in South Jersey, right outside of Philadelphia. She spends most of her summers at the Jersey Shore with her family and friends. She absolutely loves to travel and explore different cities. Katie spent a European semester abroad in Paris the spring semester of her junior year and it was the greatest experience of her life. 

Want to go to Paris? HIUSA's 2-week International Exchange Program

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Apr 21, 2015 /
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Call for Applications: International Exchange Program in Paris

Discovering Authentic Paris

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Aug 18, 2014 /
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When you think of Paris, what words come to mind? Eiffel Tower, the Seine, Moulin Rouge, Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Lachaise Cemetery, baguettes, macarons, crepes, shopping… am I right?

 

Disneyland Paris Tips and Secrets

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Oct 23, 2013 /
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Disneyland Paris is a must-see if you’re a Disney fan (and who isn’t?). There are two parks at Disneyland ParisDisneyland Park, and Walt Disney Studios Park. You will want at least one day for each park. If you have more than two days, spend the extra day(s) at Disneyland Park.  You can get tickets to Disneyland Paris, which can include transportation from Paris, shuttles, and free-roaming between the two parks.

A Visit to the Sewage Museum (I Lived to tell the Tale)

by Anevay Darlington / Sep 18, 2013 /

La Ville Lumière (the City of Lights) is the perfect nickname for Paris, as 24 hours a day, the city is bathed in the light from street lamps and twinkling candles in restaurant windows.

Hidden Gardens of Paris

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In the depths of the cold winter, do you pull out your gardening catalogs and plan? Do you brave the brisk winds to head to the mailbox, to pull in colorful seed catalogs? Additionally, do you worry about your gardens, when you travel? Enlist the help of neighbors for watering and caring for your gardens? Try to plan travel around your gardens?

I've got the book for you. It's a perfect antidode for the below zero temperatures, and a beautiful planning guide to a green summer in Paris.

Ten Free - or Almost Free - Things to Enjoy in Paris

by Debbie Cochener / Feb 01, 2011 /

If Paris is your travel destination, sightseeing in Paris can definitely fit into a budget travel  itenerary. There are many things that I enjoy doing in Paris that I do not have to spend money on, or if I do it is on a cup of tea or a glass of wine. Some of my favorite activities are listed below.

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