Living with a Roommate

Living with a roommate on a short-term study abroad trip can be a thrilling adventure, but it can also come with its own set of challenges. Here are some tips to help you make the most out of your living situation! First and foremost, communication is the key to a Read More

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Traveling and Anxiety

Studying abroad can be an exciting and life-changing experience, but it can also be stressful and overwhelming for students with anxiety. The idea of traveling to a foreign country, meeting new people, and experiencing unfamiliar cultures can trigger anxiety symptoms such as nervousness, restlessness, and worry. If you’re an anxious Read More

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Travel Advice and Budgeting Tips

Once I had everything set for my seminar, there was one thing that I was still really stressed out about: How much money to bring. When I asked others for budgeting tips, people responded with, “Well, it depends on how much you want to spend.” – which doesn’t really help. Read More

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13 Tips for Traveling to Southeast Asia

Are your bags packed and you’re ready to go? Hold on a minute. Whether you’re attending an IBS Program or planning a trip of your own, it’s important to plan ahead and prepare. 13 tips for traveling to Southeast Asia 1. Get the right visa for the country you’re visiting Read More

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