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“And how do you like Canada, eh?” – My experiences so far in Guelph – by Padraig Fyfe

Sitting awkwardly alone on a bench in Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, I was still not sure what to expect from my semester abroad. Even though anyone who has ever studied abroad will wax lyrical about how much they enjoyed the experience, it’s impossible to not worry about such a long commitment. But what if it […]

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What it means to say goodbye to home and my first month at Exeter University – by Liz Faggotter

For many the prospect of going on an International Exchange can seem a daunting thing – leaving your home, friends, family, culture and lifestyle behind. Personally this was not my first overseas experience, having gone on a high school exchange and travelling during my gap year I like to think of myself as an international […]

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Exchange to McGill University – by Rose Burford-Rice

When I first arrived in Montreal I had been travelling for a month throughout the West coast of America. I had been living day to day and only thinking about my next night of accommodation for a month so it was daunting though that I had to move to a city for a whole Fall […]

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