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05/04/2018

Business + Culture | Spring 2018 | Newsletter III

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Before you even realize it, 4 months have passed by. Hopefully the best experience of your life, something that has changed you for the rest of your life. But, which is the best recipe for an amazing study abroad experience? Try new things, meet new people and look beyond what´s right in front of you. Those are keys to understanding this amazing world we live in and to take the most out of your study abroad experience.

Maria, one of our students from Babson, gives us a wonderful explanation of what the best recipe for a great Internship experience is: Blog-Post-Receta-Internship_blog

Aimee from Colorado Boulder has explained to us how she feels her experience has been.

 “it is crazy to realize that not only are you getting an inside look at Spain, they are getting an inside look at the United States, through you”

As F. Scott Fitzgerald said: “It’s a funny thing coming home. Nothing changes. Everything looks the same, feels the same, even smells the same. You realize what’s changed is you."

I want to share the great explanation that one of our students gave about her experience here.

“Coming home after studying and interning abroad is hard. You may not realize it but everything about you is different. You are now used to a Spanish timetable, Spanish interoffice communications and much more. While nothing at home has really changed, YOU have. Your experiences have shaped you into a more cultural and well-rounded individual. And that is a crazy and wonderful thing”.

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