Ideally, what would be your favorite topic and destination(s) for a study abroad program?
I did study abroad in Costa Rica studying geology.
If I got to do it again I would stick with geology but I'd go to Iceland. I want to stand on a rift zone (two tectonic plates moving away from one another).
I'll take 18th-19th century literature in England.
Anything with History
The art of eating chocolate. Switzerland 😊
Archaeology in Iran or Anthropology in Cuba.
I studied bioarchaeology in Bolivia (twice) and in Romania, then studied history and languages in Singapore while an undergrad, so those two are places I wish I had a chance to visit.
International law and how the alternative disputed resolution is used outside the U.S. I'd like to look at England, France, Italy, Canada, Germany and Russia. I'm sure I would refine this list with research before going.
History in Germany. I was originally going to apply to do all of my university abroad in Germany, but it never materialised so I'm staying in the UK unfortunately
I have gone on a "study tour." It was a month long sketching tour through Italy and Spain.
What company did you do it through?
It's through my school. It is a required part of my degree.
Cultural anthropology (I don't know if that's specific enough or too specific for a major - I didn't go to college) at Oxford in England.
Aeronautical and Space Engineering at IPSA Paris. There are plenty of similarly good schools here in the US, but none of them is in Paris. www.ipsa.fr
I studied abroad for two years.
Then she graduated.
I did study on a merchant marine program one summer. It was great.
Biology, the Galapagos.
Communication with dolphins in Tahiti.
Ancient Indian culture and mathematics.
I'm going to be studyjng abroad next semester 😁😁. To the homeland! TO IRELAND!
Awesome! Ireland is so nice.
Mating rituals of French women.
Geography and literature in England. There was a study abroad like that a few years ago but I already had travel plans during that time.
Some of my favorite ideas:
•International relations in Strasbourg, Brussels, Geneva, Paris, London, and Vienna.
• Philosophy in Edinburgh, Jena, Prague, Berlin, Athens
• WWI: Berlin, Verdun, Ypres, London, and Paris.
• History of British Isles: London, Bath, York, Edinburgh, Stirling, Belfast, Swansea, and Dublin.
I had wanted to go to Spain, like @kay41, but I ended up going to Argentina instead. I absolutely loved Argentina and I'm grateful that I ended up there instead. ¡Me encanto la Argentina!
I'd love to go there too!
Physics in Russia or Switzerland
Germany to study the Weimar Republic. Vienna, Berlin, Strasbourg, Paris, London to study ww1.
Edinburg to study Scottish writers and philosophers.
A francophone country because I study French. France is my top choice for study abroad, but many other francophone countries in Africa and Europe would be amazing to visit at some point.
Besides the language, what would you like to study while there?
Culture, film, and fine art.
Spain to study language, culture, and history. It was my major but I never got to study abroad although I've visited Spain.
Do you regret not studying abroad?
Very much so! I just couldn't afford it.
Are you planning on another trip abroad?
We are starting a business running international education programs through our non-profit organization. Looking for ideas! We're also planning on doing programs in the US for European students.
We are also looking into non-credit educational programs for non-university students; anyone could go!
That sounds like an awesome business!
Send me anywhere! To do some writing.
Are you close to finishing anything?
Food in France
I'm going to Germany to go to gymnasium for a few months. I'll be staying with the last exchange student we hosted.
I did that in 1983, although I did not host one of the other students. It was an amazing trip.
Which city did you go to? I'm going to Frankfurt.
What does going to gymnasium entail?
The town I was in was a small town in southern Germany called Breton. I believe we went to fussen , I think Stuttgart , and I know we did day trips to France and Austria
Going to the gymnasium means going to school
That sounds amazing! I'm excited to go, definitely will be something I never forget.
Yes, he's right. It's schooling.
You will have an amazing time. This cities are very clean, the people are very friendly, the beer is excellent.
The biggest adjustment I had when I was there We're the Millers we're in totally different. Breakfast was a cup of coffee or hot chocolate and a slice of cake, what was the big meal... People went home for lunch, and dinner was a bowl of soup and a beer or something similarly light.
Try the Applecorn it is delicious
World Tour every country China what sex and weed are like everywhere in the world
I got credit for going with a college group to London, mainly to see plays.
Southern Germany/Austria, and study world history