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blog Three Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad in a Smaller City When I was selecting where I would be studying abroad, I knew Spain was the country for me. The location, weather, language and culture has always intrigued me. However, the universities I could apply to weren’t plentiful, due to my Spanish level.
blog Study Abroad and the Language Barrier I have always absolutely loved talking to people. I would love to talk to strangers in Chile, discuss their hobbies and what they think about the global economy and such. The thing of it is that I know exactly what I want to say, I just don’t always have the words to say it.
blog Getting Lost in Language While Studying Abroad ISEP student Dantae H. is a part of ISEP Voices Spring 2016. She is a Spanish language and literature major from Roanoke College, and is currently studying abroad at Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio in Spain.
blog ISEP Student Stories: Anne’s Year-long Immersion in Japanese Culture at Toyo University We asked Anne to tell us about her experience taking Japanese Language and Literature courses in Tokyo, Japan for an entire academic year — plenty of time to immerse herself in the culture and the language.
blog Adventure Awaits: Pre-Departure Thoughts on Study Abroad in Spain ISEP student Jessica J. is a part of ISEP Voices Spring 2016. She is a Spanish literature, culture and translation major from Kent State University, and is currently studying abroad at Universidad de Almería in Spain.
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