Tag Archives: language study

Llegar Muy Lejos: Go Far

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Wednesday, 17 July 2013 - Comments Off on Llegar Muy Lejos: Go Far

Walking the Streets of Paris

Today’s contributor is Kevin Land, a University of California-Berkeley graduate who studied abroad in Barcelona. In his post, Kevin tells students the most important things to keep in mind while studying abroad. The above photograph was taken during a visit to the beautiful Catalonian Pueblo of Montblanc. My study abroad program…

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Full Japanese Immersion: An Interview with KCP International

Feature, GoAbroad Interview - Monday, 15 April 2013 - 2 Comments

Tokyo Cityscape, KCP International

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National Student Exchange: 10 Benefits to Domestic Travel

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National Student Exchange Benefits

home remedies for genital warts Backpacking Europe, exotic jungles and ancient cities with walls covered in vines older than the United States, oh how they call… but wait! Distant lands may whisper from afar but what the incredible place calling from just a state away? The beauty and diversity…

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Top 5 Ways To Establish A Support System BEFORE Studying Abroad

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Airplane Wing

The build up to studying abroad is so exciting and busy it can be easy to forget what you’re going to do once you actually get there. Your bags are packed, paperwork done, plane ticket bought, the whirlwind is complete but there may be one easily overlooked yet extremely…

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Living with Strangers: Host Families 101

Feature - Wednesday, 29 August 2012 - 1 Comment

Host Families Abroad

Living with a host family is one of the best ways to study abroad and truly be immersed into the culture of your host country. While living with locals is a great opportunity to pick up on a new lifestyle, it can also be a little intimidating. Here are a…

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The Good, The [email protected]$$, and the Ugly of Travel Technology

Feature - Monday, 21 May 2012 - Comments Off on The Good, The [email protected]$$, and the Ugly of Travel Technology

Travel Gadgets and Technology

Technology is so encrypted into our lives that it would be impossible to go anywhere without it. But what’s worth bringing abroad and what should be left at home? A better question might be, is there any travel-related technology out there that is just plain [email protected]$$? These are all vital…

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Guest Post, Walt Goodridge, Spandarish

Today on the GoAbroad Blog, we feature of a guest post from Walt F.J. Goodridge, author of  The Jamaican in China blog. During his time living abroad in China, Walt learned a great many things himself and Chinese culture. We are pleased to share some of these experiences with GoAbroad readers….

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Blog of the Week: De San Diego à Paris

Blog of the Week - Friday, 3 February 2012 - Comments Off on Blog of the Week: De San Diego à Paris

De San Diego à Paris blog screenshot

It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s selection is: De San Diego à Paris This week on the GoAbroad Blog, we are pleased to feature De San Diego à Paris from Laura De Soto as the Blog of the Week. As Laura notes on…

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Bamboo Temple: A Breathtaking Example of Chinese Architectural Finesse

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Prayer Flags Inside Bamboo Temple

Today on the GoAbroad Blog, we feature a guest post from international education professional, Tom Hopkins, of Minds Abroad! Have you ever been interested in learning more the history and heritage of China? The Bamboo Temple is one such architectural feat that has stood the test of time. Read on to…

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Why Do You GoAbroad? The Entrants So Far!

Feature - Tuesday, 17 January 2012 - 3 Comments

Students in Bolivia Jumping

Why do you travel the world? What does it mean to YOU? Throughout the “Why Do You GoAbroad?” giveaway, GoAbroad has been sharing entries with our social media communities–which encompass over 45,000 world travelers–and we’ve been pleased to receive such a variety of submissions! This giveaway has invited all who…

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