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The IBS blog is dedicated to sharing experiences and information on travel, business education, culture, study abroad, and more! Through the IBS Study Abroad Blog, you can find information on how to highlight your study abroad experience on your resume, top packing tips, and other information relating to planning a trip abroad or after returning home. The IBS Digital Ambassadors Blog shares experiences and advice written by our IBS Alumni. We encourage you to engage with our alumni as they are happy to share their experiences with you!

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Why You Should Study Abroad

Freshmen: Why You Should Study Abroad as a Freshman Ever wondered what it would be like to study abroad in your first year of college? Let’s dive into why it’s an incredible opportunity you shouldn’t miss out on. Early Exposure: Studying abroad as a freshman gives you a head start Read More

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Recipe: Croissants

Croissants: A Taste of French History Did you know that croissants have a fascinating history that dates back centuries? It all started in Austria during the 13th century when a pastry called kipferi was crafted. These treats were shaped like crescents and were quite a hit among the Austrian elite, Read More

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Distinguishing Real News from AI-Generated Content

In today’s digital age, where information flows freely and AI technologies continue to advance, distinguishing between fact and fiction can be tricky. In this blog post, we’ll explore some strategies to help you navigate this complex landscape and identify authentic news from AI-generated misinformation. Note that AI-generated content is not Read More

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Recipe Blog: German Bratwurst

The history of bratwurst dates back to the Middle Ages. The earliest known recipe for bratwurst is from a cookbook written in 1350. The recipe calls for pork, veal, garlic, and salt, instructing the cook to “stuff the meat into a casing and cook it over an open fire.” Bratwurst became Read More

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Recipe: Horchata

Horchata de Arroz Horchata de arroz is a traditional Spanish drink that is made from rice, sugar, and cinnamon. It is believed to have originated in the Middle Ages, and it was a popular drink among the Spanish nobility. Horchata de arroz is also popular in Latin America, where it Read More

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How the South America Trip Impacted Me

Three words I would use to describe my winter South America trip would be transformative, enriching, and eye-opening. I got the idea of studying abroad, maybe in my senior year of high school. I had heard of study abroad trips and saw some on social media. I did not think Read More

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In the world of textile artistry, few methods evoke the richness of tradition and culture as profoundly as Indian block printing. Indian block printing, also known as woodblock printing, is a traditional method of textile printing that has been practiced in India for centuries. A Glimpse into History Indian block Read More

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Let the Internet Pack for You

Let the Internet Pack for You: How to Create Your Personalized Travel Packing List Packing can be overwhelming, especially if you have never been to the location you are traveling. Luckily for you we have found a tool to help with packing stress! An online packing list generator can aid Read More

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Avoid These 3 Costly Money Mistakes When Traveling Abroad

Traveling abroad can be an exciting and enriching experience, but it often comes with financial considerations that can catch even seasoned travelers off guard. From currency exchange to transaction fees, there are several pitfalls that can drain your wallet if you’re not careful. In this blog post, we’ll explore the Read More

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Your Passport Adventure: Navigating Renewals and Global Rules with Ease  

Embarking on a journey to new horizons is exciting, and ensuring your passport is ready for the adventure is a crucial part of the preparation. Generally, this process can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months, so make sure you check your expiry date and, if necessary, get Read More

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Study Abroad and Mental Health

Studying abroad is often heralded as a life-changing experience, a journey of self-discovery, and an opportunity for academic and personal growth. Venturing into new cultures, encountering diverse perspectives, and navigating unfamiliar terrains can indeed be exhilarating. However, amidst the excitement and adventure, it’s crucial to recognize the profound impact studying Read More

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The Origins of Japanese Origami

Origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, has captured the hearts of artists and enthusiasts around the world with its delicate precision and timeless elegance. In this blog, we’ll delve into the rich history of origami, exploring its cultural roots and evolution into the intricate craft we know today. Origins Read More

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