Life Abroad in Milan, Italy

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore was founded in 1921 and is the largest private university in Europe and also simultaneously the largest Catholic University in the world. The old campus brings a specific charm to students walking the high ceiling corridors, while the open foyers neatly kept with greenery gives fresh air to all the […]

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University in Austria vs. University in Canada 

When I studied abroad at Karl-Franzens Universität Graz (Graz) in Austria, I regularly compared university life there with university life here in Canada. I noticed several similarities between both countries, as well as many differences. If you are thinking of studying abroad in Austria, you should definitely keep these changes in mind.  Similarities:  I found there to be more differences than similarities overall. With […]

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 3 Reasons Why Vietnam is the Best Place to Study Abroad 

Australia, Spain, Germany, Fiji – there are so many awesome destinations to choose from for your Study Abroad term. Some destinations offer beaches, some destinations offer rich culture, and others offer endless history. But what if I told you there is a destination that offers all of that and more?   Say hello to Vietnam. Sure, you could go to Europe or […]

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Expecting the Unexpected Abroad: Natural Disasters

If you’re anything like me, you’ll groan slightly when coughing up those couple hundred dollars for travel insurance. Living in British Columbia my entire life, the possibility of experiencing a natural disaster never weighed on my mind. However, as I arrived in Japan for my exchange, my mindset quickly changed. Within the first week, the […]

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