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How to Study Abroad in India

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India - it’s almost a dream, isn’t it? The enormous territory, and the even more enormous population. The religions, cultures, languages, foods, and people are as much a draw as the history, which is storied and ancient. Want to study abroad in India? You’ve researched flights to India, looked into programs, and are getting excited…

#StudyAbroadBecause you will find out who you are

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Linda Moore lives in Philadelphia and writes fiction. Six months a year she travels the world. She writes about her experiences in a blog:


What motivated your decision to go abroad? How/why did you choose where to go? 

The Complete Guide to the Changing of the Guard

by Heather Robinette / May 15, 2015 /
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Everything you need to know about the changing of the guard in London while studying abroad. 

#StudyAbroadBecause it will help you to meet an open doorway with an open mind

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#StudyAbroadBecause It Broadens The Horizon

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Thormodur Simonarson (1978) was born on a farm in Snaefellsnes, rural Iceland. His parents gave up farming soon after and built a guesthouse. At age 22 he ventured abroad and began to explore Europe on his own. For the next eight years he traveled to various places, both in and out of Iceland. Among his various jobs, he was a speed boner (title on the hiring contract) in the Falkland Islands as well as a crew member on a shrimping trawler in Arctic winter storms north of Iceland. 

Transportation in London

by Heather Robinette / Apr 21, 2015 /
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The ins and outs of transportation in London while studying abroad. 

5 Awesome Places to Study Abroad

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Mar 31, 2015 /
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Studying abroad is a huge decision and though it means leaving your comfort zone, it can also be extremely rewarding. Here are our top picks for studying abroad where you can immerse yourself in the culture and really feel like a local…