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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love my Mannheim Exchange – By James Rudd

’ve been thinking a lot about ol’ Vater Deutschland recently and trying to figure out if I love the country or hate it. The scales in my mind have never really tipped too far one way or the other. Whenever I’m feeling super cool with the general German happenin’s around me there’s usually some reminder […]

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Exchange to Shanghai Jiao Tong University – by Larry Cavallo

I applied for an exchange in China because I am studying Chinese and I believed that immersing myself in the country would be the best way to improve my language skills, and I wanted an experience that would help me to grow and mature and I thought that China is a country very culturally different […]

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Exchange to Stendhal University – by Anna Cooter

At the beginning of 2014 I undertook an exchange in Grenoble for one semester. It was an incredible experience that was challenging at times but overall I would recommend it to other students. Grenoble is situated in the south east of France and it is the gateway to the Alps. It’s an easy city to […]

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