Understanding Reverse Culture Shock: When Home Feels Foreign

When going home you’re supposed to feel normal right? Well, after several months abroad your ideas of normal aren’t necessarily what they used to be.

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4 Ways to Make the Most of Study Abroad on a Budget

Having a budget doesn’t mean you can’t also have fun! Check out these ways to manage your money abroad–and still have enough to splurge on a trip or two!

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Navigating Faith in a Post-Faith Society

As a devout Christian in London, a city her study abroad staff described as “post-faith,” Alicia has some concerns about fitting in–but also some high hopes!

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Why I Chose to Make Friends Outside Edinburgh’s Queer Community

Study abroad is almost like freshman year all over again, so Megan decided to step away from the community she was familiar with and explore new ways to make friends.

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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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