Student Exchange, Activities: Career/Professional Interaction, Asia, Activities: Language Difficulties
Phuong Tran shares her experience, attending the OLMDay2015 event in Tokyo, while she studies in Japan on the Student Exchange Program. She expanded professional networks and got insight of Japanese business, all thanks to being awarded one of Japans' Bridging Scholarships.
Peak into Phuong Tran's student life at Rikkyo University in Tokyo, Japan. Join her as she dives into the unique and fascinating culture of Japan as she studies there for the semester.
Listen to Kelley Jiang's advice as she starts her life in Copenhagen, Denmark and experience her first steps in the city studying and living abroad on the Student Exchange Program.
Europe, Activities: Historic Sites, Student Exchange, Activities: Culture, Activities: Travel, Activities: Language Difficulties
I have publicly rebelled against having a smartphone since high school, when all of my friends made the transition. I did not believe they were worth the expense, but when I decided to spend a semester abroad, I realized there could be some advantages. Most notably, having a smartphone gives you access to a GPS which is extremely helpful when you're lost. Additionally, there are many moments when you'll need to look up things you wouldn't have expected, such as the opening hours of a restaurant or store.
South America, Emerging Markets Global Lab, Activities: Class, Activities: Language Difficulties, Global Labs
The last Portuguese Language Lab was held tonight and it went over a useful topic: numbers. I began the class like any other and went over a scenario in which student would be shopping in Manaus and would need to greet the shop owner to ask him/her how much something costs.