How To Choose A Study Abroad Program That’s Best For YOU

  1. Kate K says:

    Yes to all of this! I studied abroad in Mannheim, Germany, and I went through the same selection process you did. I wanted to learn more German but takes classes in English, have easy access to a big train station/airport, and live within my budget, and all of those requirements really helped me narrow down where I ended up. Going without knowing anyone else was nerve-wracking at first but I met some of my best friends while I was there and it was so worth it. Thanks for sharing!

    • So happy you liked the post! The abroad process is so profound, so it is important to really focus on narrowing down your options. Sounds like you had a great time in Germany!!

  2. tammier33 says:

    Love this post! I never got the chance to study abroad, but this was so well thought-out! Makes me want to go to another country right now lol. Thank you so much for sharing!

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