Career Connections: Student Discovers Career Path While Studying Abroad

Franz Josef Glacier 2, New Zealand

By: Katie Leimkuehler GlobaLinks New Media Manager GlobaLinks recently caught up with Joe Courtade who studied abroad in Wellington, New Zealand  in 2012 and was honored as our 2013 Alum of the Year Award. We got the low down on what Joe’s up to now and how his study abroad experience impacted his current career. Joe majored in … Continue reading

GlobaLinks and CU-Boulder Student, Colin Bovet, Launches Start-Up

Colin Bovet

By: Katie Leimkuehler GlobaLinks New Media Manager Colin Bovet is an information management and entrepreneurship major at CU-Boulder who studied abroad with GlobaLinks during the Fall of 2012 in Wellington, New Zealand. Colin is in the beginning phases of launching his own start-up and we recently caught up with him to get the inside story. What’s … Continue reading

GlobaLinks Student Honored as Team Oscar Winner for Short Film

oscar team 2014

By: Katie Leimkuehler GlobaLinks New Media Manager Nathan Flanagan-Frankl from Chapman University who studied abroad with GlobaLinks at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand was recently selected to be part of the 2014 Team Oscar for his short film. Oscars producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, created the contest last year “to give students who are … Continue reading

Why Classes in New Zealand are Better than in the U.S.

(Photo Cred)

By Nikki Fabrizio – Nikki is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Alumni Ambassador who studied abroad at the University of Otago in New Zealand. She is from Pace University. Deciding to study abroad raises a lot of questions: What will the culture be like? What will my roommates be like? What kind of new foods will I eat? … Continue reading

Fulbright Goes Back to the Farm… in New Zealand

Academic Discovery Fulbright Goes Back to the Farm… in New Zealand By Stacey Hartmann In 2010, as Madeline Hall capped a semester abroad in New Zealand by working as a farmhand mustering sheep in exchange for room and board, the environmental studies major asked a question that changed her life. “I was sitting at the … Continue reading

VIDEO: Getting Settled In

Video Blog

By McCall Bliss –  McCall is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad 2013 Fall Correspondent who is studying abroad at AUT University in Auckland, New Zealand. She is from Tufts University.  Key purchases, touch rugby, a giant worm, food and more! I am feeling more at home!

New Zealand – So Many Sheep!

View of Tauranga from Mount Maunganui.

By Megan Donnelly –  Megan is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Alumna Ambassador who studied abroad at Griffith University – Gold Coast in Australia. Megan is from the University of Rhode Island.  My time abroad was one of the greatest experiences of my life.  About a year ago, four of my friends and I were exploring the North … Continue reading

Photo of the Week: May 29th, 2013

AUT University student Ariana seeing New Zealand from a different perspective!

CU Boulder Student Finds Studying Abroad, Despite Wheelchair, Delivers Adventure, Friendship and “Non-Stop Fun”

“You Just Have To Throw Yourself In,” says Molly Bloom, Junior Lingustics Major By Stacey Hartmann GlobaLinks NewsWire Editor When 21-year-old Molly Bloom studied abroad last semester in New Zealand, she proved her independence with every new experience. Like most undergraduates interested in overseas study, Bloom, a junior linguistics major at the University of Colorado … Continue reading

University Highlights: Newcastle’s New Campus In Sydney, Victoria University of Wellington’s New Guide

Australia University of Newcastle Opens Campus In Sydney Central Business District The University of Newcastle‘s new campus in the Sydney CBD (Central Business District) is open for postgraduate studies in business and accountancy, and English language studies, with the first students beginning their studies in August this year for an expected May 2010 completion. The … Continue reading

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,225 other followers