El Escorial de San Lorenzo
Jun19

El Escorial de San Lorenzo

Hola Amigos! So, I have been here for a little less than a month and I have already fallen in love with everything and everyone in Spain. Where to begin… In my opinion, we are staying in one of the most beautiful and homey places in Spain, San Lorenzo. The entire town of San Lorenzo was built around a monastery built by Filipe II in the 16th century. During one of my classes, I got the chance to climb to the top of a tower in...

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Homesick in Paris
Jun16

Homesick in Paris

This experience has really been a dream come true for me. Although it has had many downfalls, I have experienced many high points that has made this study abroad experience worthwhile. Our first week was spent in the beautiful city of Paris. Although they try to prepare you for all the different emotions during orientation, my lowest point happened on the fourth day when I was overcome with homesickness. I went to a clothing store for...

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Saying Hello Again
Jun07

Saying Hello Again

Coming Home You come home and everyone is happy to see you and exclaim how much they loved seeing your pictures. They ask a few questions, which will seem like strange questions to you since you’ve found so much more than stereotypes on the other side of the world. So you start telling them about the little things that warmed your heart, be it the street musicians or that shop owner you passed everyday on your way to class....

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Accounting Study Abroad Pre Departure!
Jun07

Accounting Study Abroad Pre Departure!

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Headed Home

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Academics in Germany
Jun05

Academics in Germany

Studying abroad in Germany was not at all what I expected. For instance, we were able to shadow a classroom at the JFK Institute in Berlin and I was shocked when the professor started speaking in english. The classroom has a more relaxed feel to it and the students are able to eat, drink, talk, and play on their phones and the professor do not seem to care at all. The professors and students have a friendship type relationship and...

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