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Every student’s story is different, and how you choose to take advantage of the numerous opportunities to learn, grow and flourish is up to you. Each year, our students travel the world to experience new cultures, languages and people. We encourage you to read their stories as you begin to plan your own adventure! 

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  • Why did you choose to study abroad?
    My reasons for studying abroad aren’t unique: travel, adventure, and four months immersed in a new culture, one that I already adored. Most kids will say they love those things too. But it takes a lot to get yourself across the Atlantic and settled into a third story Italian apartment — and you leave an entire semester at home behind. I wanted to study abroad because, while I understood it would be hard, I also realized that stepping ...Read More


  • Why did you choose to study abroad?

    I chose to study abroad because many of my friends had gone abroad and I was inspired after hearing their stories and adventures. I wanted to have my own adventure and study abroad was the best way to do that.
     

    How did you choose the country you went to?

    I chose Spain because I wanted to learn Spanish. I had taken six years of Spanish and wanted to be immersed in the language.


    Share one unique exper...Read More
  • ​I grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, and knew that I wanted to go to a conservative private Christian college in the lower 48 – perhaps on the west coast somewhere. I also knew I wouldn’t settle for anything less than the best and most rigorous academics.

    I chose Grove City College because in my mind nothing can compare with it. Where else can you get such a great education, in a conservative and Christian environment at such a low cost? I looked at other options, but found none.
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  • Why did you choose to study abroad?
    I chose to study abroad because I love to travel and to speak foreign languages, and I wanted to have the experience of living and communicating in a foreign culture. In addition, as a Spanish major, studying abroad was an ideal way to improve my ability to understand and speak my second language.

    How did you choose the country you went to?
    I chose to go to Chile because I love Latin America, and I wanted...Read More

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