“Studying Abroad: Tips, Advice from Students, Staff”

“Studying Abroad: Tips, Advice from Students, Staff”

by Lauren Holtmeier via “The Collegian

Studying abroad can be a very unique and exciting experience for many students, and K-State offers many study abroad options in a broad selection of countries. However, after committing to a program, getting all the necessary paperwork, forms and pre-arrival arrangements made can be a hectic time for a lot of students.

“There are so many study abroad options out there to various locations and for various lengths of time, if nothing else look at all of your options available to you,” Logan Gauby, peer advisor in the study abroad office, said.. . . .”


“Looking to Get Away? Seven Non-BU Study Abroad and Volunteer Programs”

“Looking to Get Away? Seven Non-BU Study Abroad and Volunteer Programs”

by Emily Payne via The Quad

“There’s a reason why Boston University is known throughout the country for its top-notch study abroad programs. With over 38 destinations, 11 language options, summer programs, and internships available for seemingly any major, it’s no surprise that nearly 2,000 students from both BU and outside universities participate in these programs. . . . “