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Study Abroad Summer Guide by International Student

I’d like to offer you some advice on studying abroad during the summer. Studying abroad for the summer as a first-year college student has always been something I’ve wanted to do, but it always seemed too long and expensive. A friend of mine learned about it after reading an article […]

I’d like to offer you some advice on studying abroad during the summer. Studying abroad for the summer as a first-year college student has always been something I’ve wanted to do, but it always seemed too long and expensive. A friend of mine learned about it after reading an article about it, and we agreed to take a gap year together. It wasn’t a big problem because I only went on weekends, but it was a terrific chance to learn more about how things function. Here’s what I discovered…

It will be difficult for you to study in a country other than your own. They’re usually a couple hours ahead of schedule. This means returning every weekend for the whole summer for a college student like me. There are also a lot of people in the university study abroad programme, including you. Typically, you only stay at each location for a few months. I didn’t mind because I expected the students to be kind and helpful. We were all doing classes in the same room, which seemed a little strange.

Because holidays and vacation time are considered part of the programme, they are not counted. During the academic year, you are free to leave campus, but you must return and stay for the summer. Because most institutions do not offer any other possibilities, you must make the best of what you have. Despite the fact that it may appear that there is nothing to do during the summer, there are a number of options. Hiking, swimming, horseback riding, surfing, skiing, and simply relaxing by the pool are all options. They simply make the reservation, and you’re off.

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