My name is Amber Weinstock, and I went abroad on Binghamton’s Semester in London program during the spring semester of my Junior year. While abroad I learned many things, several of which were outside my studies; for instance, in England, English muffins are actually called ‘crumpets’, Mother’s Day, or ‘Mum’s’ Day, is in March, and London’s food is to die for (and I don’t mean in the good way that the phrase is usually used in), but the beer makes up for it!
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This summer, I was lucky enough to spend four amazing weeks in Seoul, South Korea at Hanyang University. I’ve wanted to study abroad since freshmen year but with the intensity of the nursing pre-requisites, along with my extracurricular activities and work, I was worried that I wouldn’t get the chance to go. The summer program at Hanyang University was a great compromise because I wouldn’t miss any classes or club commitments.
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I participated in the SUNY at Sorbonne study abroad program in Paris, France from May
30th to June 30th. It was literally the best experience of my life so far. One of my goals in life is to travel the world and this summer I began fulfilling that goal.
Continue reading “…it’s definitely true that when you get lost in a city you’ve never been to, you truly see it for all its beauty.”
Hello! My name is Emily and I’m currently a junior majoring in Environmental Studies and Economics. This summer, I participated in the Chinese Business Language and Culture Program at Fudan University.
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For three amazing weeks this summer I was in Malawi accomplishing two of my biggest dreams: empowering young women (internationally, bonus!) and traveling to Africa.
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My name is Erica Cheung and I’m a junior majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management. I studied abroad in summer 2016 at Copenhagen Business School. I chose this program because having never been to Europe, I had always wanted to go. It is also known how infamous the Scandinavian countries are in being happy people, so I wanted to go and experience and see it for myself.
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Hatice Unsay is a student in the Binghamton-Turkey Dual Diploma Program, and Manran Sun and Tianchang Gao are in the Binghamton-Beijing International Studies University Dual Diploma Program. We interviewed these bright young ladies to hear about their experience on our Binghamton campus as well as in the United States as international students, and their advice for Binghamton students who are about to study abroad!
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