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.
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!
I participated in a semester-long education abroad program through SUNY Cortland in Spring 2016 and traveled to Universidad Veritas in San Jose, Costa Rica.
I participated in SUNY New Paltz’s summer program at the University of Limerick for many reasons. For one, I wanted to go over the summer so I wouldn’t be behind in school.
I’d be lying to you if I said study abroad will be the best experience of your life. In fact, be prepared to feel the saddest you’ll ever feel in your life as you leave behind a city you’ll grow to love, a life you can call home and friends you’ll never forget. In other words, don’t study abroad, you will have feelings and die. However, if you’re prepared to suffer bittersweet agony, go ahead, be my friend.
Hello, my name Cansu Zor and I am a senior, political science student at Binghamton University. I participated in the study abroad program in Barcelona in Fall 2016.
I studied abroad in Spain, which I thought was the best option for me as a Global Studies and a Spanish minor.