“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.”
Rumeet Billan has dedicated her life to transforming the field of education through her business.
Raha Vafaei is completing her PhD in engineering at the Grenoble Institute of Technology in France.
Two third-year students discuss their experiences working and studying in Canada and in the Netherlands.
Now I have an extra three months of experience, I have done many interviews, and I can add another name to my references list.
I still don’t know what my dream job is, but I do know that I need a job that stands for something I believe in.
When you are standing in a room filled with big names and half a dozen reporters from other news organizations, you almost stop feeling like an intern.
It’s expensive to work abroad – we need money for vaccinations, visas, health insurance, airfare, accommodations, food, local transportation and more.
In 2009, Jeffrey Ferguson was about to begin teaching ESL in Icheon, South Korea. Two and half years later, this is what he has experienced and learned during his time overseas.
By the end of the week I had been on my first assignments. The most exciting was a press conference about the Tour de France.
Like many young job seekers, I am stuck in a vicious cycle. I don’t have enough experience, so I do not get hired. I do not get hired, so I don’t gain experience.
After traveling to 30 cities, nine countries and three continents in one year, let me tell you that there is a very deep connection between travel and work.