Study Abroad

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December 21 2017
The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is reason enough to study abroad in Europe. The ISIC card is usually issued with your regular student ID, but it is the only internationally recognized student ID card, which means you get access to 42,000 discounts in 125 different countries. This includes discounts on restaurants, travel, accommodation, entertainment, and much more! Here is a look... Read more >
study abroad
October 31 2017
You were approved to participate in a study abroad program in Europe, where you’ll be for a whole semester taking psychology, literature, and business courses. You’re excited, but once your airplane lands and you settle into your student housing, it hits you. You feel sad and miss everyone back home. Everything in your host country feels so strange and confusing, and you question why you decided... Read more >
study abroad prague
October 20 2017
Prague is a city full of artists. Although not as well known for its art scene as Paris or London, art lovers who are international students here for a study abroad program will find a vibrant scene for local art. In addition to the more well-known museums and galleries, like the National Gallery, our city features hundreds of cosy art spaces waiting to be discovered. Here are our picks for some... Read more >
signal festival
October 06 2017
Summer and all its free festivals and activities is over. But before the snow starts falling, we get one very special festival to welcome the winter: Signal Festival. This festival of lights is a full-scale event that integrates art and technology into Prague’s urban landscape. Even if you don't feel like exploring the city, one of the most popular installations is just around the corner... Read more >
September 18 2017
You might not know it, but 21 September is known as International Peace Day. The day was first celebrated in 1982, and is meant to promote the concept of peace throughout the world. Many countries and organizations, including the United Nations, observe this day. You don’t have to study Intercultural Communication or International and Economic Relations to contribute to world peace. Here are... Read more >

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