Why Attend a Faculty-led Program? Q&A with South Africa Program Participant

Rising sophomore, Matthew Smith is majoring in history and Middle Eastern Studies, as well as minoring in peace and conflict studies. This summer, he attended a May-term, faculty-led, study abroad program to South Africa. This program was open to students of all majors, as it examined the specific problems that South Africa has and continues... Continue Reading →


Becoming a Member of my Japanese Community – Q&A with Kansai Gaidai University Student

Japanese major and international studies minor, Quinten Yonkers '19 is currently completing his academic year abroad in Osaka, Japan at Kansai Gaidai University. Check out this Q&A with Quinten to learn more about his favorite memories abroad, ways he connected with the community, and why he thinks everyone should study abroad!   Q. Why did... Continue Reading →

Keep Calm and Experience London

Claire Weckerly is a senior biology major at Elizabethtown College and spent her spring 2017 semester studying at the University of Roehampton in London, England. During this time, she also had the opportunity to be a BCA Study Abroad Storyteller. Because of royals, Harry Potter, dreamy British accents, and the use of English, choosing London... Continue Reading →

The Study Abroad Experience: Marburg, Germany

My time abroad kicked off about eight months ago when I landed in Vienna to embrace the record-breaking hot weather with two strangers. The German semester is different than the American semester—classes don’t start until October—so Vienna was technically a pre-semester program in which we would be taking German and history and otherwise indulging in... Continue Reading →

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