Tips for Students Going Abroad
Whether it’s for your first time leaving the country or you’re looking to start a new adventure, you’ve found the right place.
My experience was one-of-a-kind as I decided to commit to my plan to study abroad despite the global pandemic.
While I may have had a different-looking semester, not everything was hindered by quarantines and closures. No matter what your semester may look like, here are some pieces of advice that anyone can take away from.
Between closures, restrictions and language barriers, living in Italy had it difficulties. But the benefits of a quiet city may surprise you.
(Psssst… no American tourists means no gelato lines)
How do I know how much to pack? Here are the do’s and don’ts of semester-long trips.
From journaling and taking classes to buying groceries, here is some advice from someone who’s been there.
My biggest piece of advice? Say YES to everything you can.
Studying in another country gives you so many opportunities to learn both inside and outside of the classroom. Here are some unique classes you just need to try.
More packing tips??? Yes.
Ditch the big shampoo bottle and don’t forget your adapters.
There are a few little things that most “semester abroad packing lists” won’t show you. You won’t want to miss these.
This doesn’t just go for those who are living in Italy, or even Europe all together. Here are some tips for anyone looking to stay on top of their health while embracing international cuisine.
Plus, find the best places to get healthy meals and snacks in Florence:)
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