Have you thought about travelling for school or work? Here are 3 reasons why you should consider making travel plans now!
You don’t have to be a veteran traveller to enjoy a semester abroad. Read about Lisa’s adventures in Europe, and her tips for aspiring travellers!
Faeza Afzal is no stranger to travelling. She spent 5 years abroad at Oxford U and has lots to share. Read about her experiences!
“One of the biggest misconceptions students have about traveling abroad is that it is too difficult,” says Daniela. “Traveling is much easier than you might expect.”
Kirby has spent the past several years abroad, completing a BSc and MSc at Wageningen University in The Netherlands.
“Travelling is one of the best ways to learn about a country and experience different cultures,” says Concordia University student Malala Rakotondranaivo.
Working abroad gives you the chance to live out the adventure of your dreams – and gain international experience that will differentiate your resume from the pile.
For Gabriella Lambert, doing a degree in The Netherlands meant getting the best of both worlds.
Kitty Sun turned a year away from home into a valuable skill-building and travel experience that launched her career.
Amy says the connections she made and the accreditations she completed on a study abroad exchange in Glasgow are the perfect stepping stone for an international career.
Christine Han dreams of travelling around the world to organize the Olympic Games or World Cup.
SFU grad Lauren Fee didn’t study in Australia for the same reasons most students do – she did it for love!