Tag: tips

How to Remember Your Study Abroad

Starting today, Monday, July 29th, it is my last week in Cork and I can honestly say that the time went by faster than I ever expected it would. The last weeks of any school year or study abroad are usually rough because it requires a balance of schoolwork/homework and socializing with other people. Although ...

Calm Weekend Adventures

Studying abroad, especially only for a month, can seem as though there is a constant feeling of being on the move. It may seem as if you are either studying and doing homework, socializing with the other students, or exploring different parts of Ireland on one of the planned program excursions. Although it is good ...

A FOODIE’S GUIDE TO AUSTRALIA

Ohh food, my favorite subject. It has taken me a while to write this post, but the time has come for me to share all the knowledge I’ve gathered for the past two months. By far, one of my favorite hobbies is checking out new restaurants and trying new foods. I am glad to report ...

TRAVELING ON A BUDGET

While studying abroad, traveling is a undoubtedly a big part of the experience. You want to explore as many places as possible and in the little amount you have. However, being a student, traveling can get quite expensive. This is why, I’ve decided to leave a few tips on how to travel around Australia on ...

Packing for Study Abroad

Well, the time has come! It is exactly three days until I leave Drexel to study abroad in Florence, Italy at the Accademia Italiana (AI). Although I am incredibly excited about this experience, I am also insanely nervous and stressed out about it. If you’re reading this as someone who is also leaving for study ...

Florence on my Own

One of the biggest pieces of advice I was given before going abroad was to take a weekend to myself to explore my city and get to know my surroundings. Boy, was that the best advice I’d had. I have always been the type of person who loves to do things with other people. I ...