Student voices are the most important during study abroad. Hear from your peers about what it was like in their host country, what they wish they had known, and more.
Miranda reflects on living with her host mom in Seville, Spain.
Anya, Caroline, and Emilia all discuss their biggest moments of culture shock.
The View from Abroad, our student-run blog, is back with a comparison in academic cultures between Tulane and European schools! This week Anya is joined by junior Emma Allen, a Political Economy and English major currently studying abroad with INSTEP Cambridge.
The View from Abroad is back this semester with a new post about racial identity in the context of studying abroad. Anya is joined by CIEE Seville Student Marcelle Ellis as they discuss their experiences abroad.
This week, Anya focuses on her past semester abroad in Scotland. She discusses the impact that COVID-19 had on her semester and passes on advice on how to make the most of an unusual study abroad experience.
The series continues this week with a new post about the challenges and rewards that Anya has experienced while navigating language immersion in France.
The series continues this week with a new post about the culinary differences Anya has experienced between here and the United States. Plus, a recipe for Crêpes Suzette!
Check out the latest installment of our student blog series “The View from Abroad”! This week Anya is joined by Ellie Casement for a comparison of daily life between the CIEE Toulouse and SIT Panama.
The series continues this week with a new post about the political differences Anya has experienced between here and the United States.
How do you even begin to say good-bye after three months abroad? In this week’s blog post, Anya offers some tips to make wrapping up a semester abroad a little easier.
Caroline writes about her experiences and advice for pursuing an internship abroad.
Amber writes about how she balanced pre-med and a semester in Australia.