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Speaking in Tongues: Overcoming the Language Barrier

By Annie Birkeland One of the most daunting things about going to a foreign country can be trying to communicate with people who don’t speak your language.  Even if you choose to study in an English-speaking country chances are good that you will travel somewhere that people speak another language. Here are some tips to …

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Work Hard, Play Hard: Why You Should Intern Abroad

By Sola Lawal Studying abroad gives you the incredible opportunity to build and expand your intercultural competence in just about any country, but if you really want to push yourself, try interning abroad as well! When I first attended a peer advising session at the education abroad office I was given many options on features …

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The Perks of Being a Homestayer

By Conor Ryan You’re looking at your study abroad pre-departure checklist and everything is checked off except the housing section. It’s time to make a decision! Choosing where to live while you’re abroad is a big decision that can have a really meaningful impact on what kind of experience you’ll have. There are tons of …

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Off the Beaten Path in Spain

By Jackson Zeiler There's a reason that Spain consistently tops the charts for tourism. The country sports several of the greatest cities in the world, with Barcelona and Madrid frequently making the shortlist, while the mild climate makes it an outdoor paradise. Spain is one of the most popular places that Ed Abroad sends students, …

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