What I Discovered in Australia

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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.  “What will you discover” is the GlobaLinks slogan.  The Discovery Model was designed as a guideline for study abroad students to make the most out of … Continue reading

Video: Adventure Capital of the World

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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. Whether its bungy jumping off of the Kawarau Bridge, taking on a waterfall at Milford Sound, or swinging to new heights in a park in Wanaka, Queenstown … Continue reading

Why Study Overseas?

Art on the Berlin Wall ‘Ostgalerie’

By Natalie Cincotta –  Natalie is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad 2013 Fall Correspondent who is studying abroad at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. She is from Northern Illinois University.  A question I get a lot from other students here is: ‘So you’re an Australian studying and living in the US…and now what are you doing in Berlin?’ … Continue reading

Surfing New Zealand! I Am Not Coming Home

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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.  A fantastic weekend in Raglan after my first taste of the salty surf. Lots of time spent on the beach, in the jacuzzi, and watching the sunset. … Continue reading

Sachsenhausen Germany: Impressions in Black and White

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By Natalie Cincotta –  Natalie is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad 2013 Fall Correspondent who is studying abroad at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. She is from Northern Illinois University.  The unimaginable atrocities committed by the Nazi regime against Jews, political opponents, the disabled and other groups deemed “undesirable” is something I have only encountered in books.  … Continue reading

Does Study Abroad Really Set You Apart From Your Peers?

Joey Cortade and Cynthia Banks next to the actual New Zealand cup boat.

By Gabe Schirm –  Gabe  works as Senior International Program Specialist  for GlobaLinks Learning Abroad.  I talk to dozens of students everyday about study abroad and know first-hand the benefits of an international experience. You hear all the time that study abroad and internships abroad will set you apart from your peers and help you as you … Continue reading

How To Stay Safe Abroad

Kati Keenan, GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Alumna Ambassador

By Kati Keenan -  Kati is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Alumna Ambassador who studied abroad at the University of Newcastle. Kati is from Miami University – Oxford.  Being abroad can be a very scary thing if you don’t know, follow these 10 safety tips. Many safety tips are common knowledge but some of the following are ones that … Continue reading

VIDEO: Surfing, Tauranga and Dinna

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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.  A trip to Piha for my first time surfing, a mid-week blacklight party, and a trip to Tauranga. What could make that better? Mickey-D’s for dinna and … Continue reading

VIDEO: Seoul Adventures! My Entire Summer in 2 Minutes

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By Cassandra Carr –  Cassie is a GlobaLinks Learning Abroad 2013 Summer Correspondent who is studying abroad at the Korea University International Summer Campus in Seoul, South Korea. Cassie is from Miami University – Oxford.  My summer abroad at Korea University International Summer Campus in Seoul, South Korea!    

Donation from GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Helps Offset Carbon Emissions from College Study Abroad Travel

GlobaLinks Learning Abroad, a leading provider of study abroad programs across the globe, today announced its latest donation to the Colorado Carbon Fund to help green student travel overseas. The Colorado Carbon Fund, a program of the Governor’s Energy Office (GEO), is the nation’s first statewide carbon offsetting program. GlobaLinks Learning Abroad has supported the … Continue reading

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