The balancing act of study abroad – Elana Medlicott

There are many components to the adventure that is study abroad. Weekends of travel are generally interspersed with the expectation of completing assignments and attending classes. From this, quite the dichotomy emerges. There is a fine line between spending too much time travelling, and missing the important experience of learning in a new culture and … Continue reading The balancing act of study abroad – Elana Medlicott

These are a few of the hardest things about studying abroad – by Miriam Frances Jaffe

As wonderful and amazing as my study abroad experience has been, it’s not all been peaches and cream. Adjusting to a new city, new people, and a new system of education have been some of the largest hurdles over which I have had to jump since I first arrived in September, and to be honest, … Continue reading These are a few of the hardest things about studying abroad – by Miriam Frances Jaffe

Why studying abroad at QMUL inspired me to return for my MA – by Alexandra

As a second year student at Grinnell College, I was given the opportunity to apply to study abroad in the Grinnell-In-London program. In addition to taking classes with Grinnell’s own faculty, both from the college and those based in London, I had the chance to take a course at Queen Mary as an associate student. … Continue reading Why studying abroad at QMUL inspired me to return for my MA – by Alexandra