Feeling on Top of The World, All on Your Own

Understanding the experience of being a first generation student is difficult; sometimes it seems like all students share the same

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Panic Attacks and How to Stay on Track

Panic attacks are a reasonable response to the extra stress and changes involved with study abroad. These tips can help you manage that stress and anxiety while supporting your mental and physical health.

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6 Tips for Studying Abroad While in a Committed Relationship

Studying abroad away from your significant other can be difficult, but it’s not the end of the world. Follow these tried and true tips to help your relationship go the distance!

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IFSA & Me: Navigating Identity and Study Abroad – A Digital Story

Being queer in Argentina presents its unique challenges, but Reece knows that no matter what “I can always rely on IFSA as a safe space.”

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