Activities: Culture, Activities: Friends and family, Activities: Travel, Australia, Fisher College of Business, Student Exchange
Sam Shook reflects on his memorable semester abroad as he returned to the U.S. from Australia. He shares a message with future student participants: "If it was not clear already, I highly encourage anyone to study abroad!"
Growing up in the Midwest for most of her life, Polina Elagin writes about the wonderful cultural events she has been able to experience through her Student Exchange Program at the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) in the Netherlands. From walking around the Christmas Night Markets to getting a first hand look of the Dutch holiday, " Sinterklass", Polina walks us through the cultural events she encountered while overseas.
Activities: Academics, Activities: Class, Activities: Culture, Activities: Partner University, Activities: Travel, Australia, Fisher College of Business, Student Exchange
After overcoming the overwhelming feeling and initial hurdles starting his Student Exchange Program at Curtin University, Australia, Sam Shook discovered the beautiful scenery Australia has to offer and all the things he could accomplish abroad.
Europe, Student Exchange, Activities: Class, Activities: Culture, Activities: Career/Professional Interaction, Activities: Travel, Activities: Food, Activities: Partner University, Fisher College of Business, Activities: Academics
Can't decide on where to go on the Student Exchange Program? Well, Madison Kelly is here to tell you why you should go to Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. Business, fashion, food, culture, the university... there is an endless list to why she fell in love with Milan, and why she thinks you should go to Italy!
Europe, Student Exchange, Activities: Culture, Activities: Friends and family, Activities: Partner University, Activities: Language Difficulties, Fisher College of Business
Your not alone of feeling that the process to travel several miles away to start life in a new country daunting. Madison Kelly felt exactly that way, but through trial and error, living in the dorms, participating in a Italian crash course at Bocconi University, staying positive and keep trying, she have found footing to call her new city her home.