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Exchange at Shanghai Jiao Tong University – by Ellen Schulz

10 reasons why you should consider study in Asia Dynamic and modern world cities Living in Shanghai, a city of over 24 million people, was an amazing experience. I loved being in a city where things are constantly happening – from the great nightlife to the ever-growing startup community to never-ending new restaurants and events, […]

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Exchange at Dalhousie University – by Talia

Taking an exchange in Halifax, Nova Scotia, has been one of the most enjoyable experiences I have had with university so far. I took a semester long exchange during the fall term at Dalhousie University which was such a beautiful time of year. I got to see all the changing of the colours around the […]

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Exchange at McMaster University – by Kristof Nortkus

I began my studies at McMaster University (aka. Mac) in early September. It’s ranked as the 4th top university in Canada, it has great student life, excellent facilities, and is set in a beautiful location. The grounds are surrounded by a large lake and forest, where deer, and raccoons (and skunks) are free to roam […]

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Semester Abroad at Sheffield – by Ben Mullin

Last September, I left home for the very first time and hopped on a plane to study on the other side of the world. I returned five months later as a changed person. I too was reading through blog posts about student exchanges with lots of doubts and apprehensions in my mind. Even in the […]

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How I learned to love learning again – by Rachael Ingleton

Amid the Kodak moments and memories you’ll tell your kids about, there is a part to exchange that in a sense is at the very heart of it: studying abroad. Publicly this part is less talked about, because why mention what you’re studying over what European getaways you’ve got booked for Swotvac? For me, they’re […]

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Exchange at the University of Tokyo – by James Grimes

Time flies by so unbelievably quickly. I find myself having this thought pretty much every day, sometimes more than once. I’ve been in Japan for nearly four months now, long enough to see the seasons shift, and somehow it feels like it’s only been a few weeks. I wish I could just freeze time because […]

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A Month That Money Cannot Buy – by Tom Buchecker

It’s been an action-packed month since I touched down in the United Kingdom to begin my overseas adventure, and to sum it up in so few words is no easy task. After being waved off at the airport by friends and family, the 24-hour journey to Sheffield began, consisting of a flight to Dubai, another […]

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