Norway? No way!

This is the first country I have visited since coming over here! People were surprised by my choice, but I honestly couldn’t be happier with my experience there and it made my fall break the refreshing and fun break from Uni that I needed.

Oslo, Norway is the biggest city in the country and full of diverse people and foods. It’s also packed with great activities.
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Familiar Faces In Unfamiliar Places

I’m a little over halfway done with my semester of adventures abroad, and the homesickness is about to set in. Mostly it’s the fact that I can’t call my mom six times a day, or see the Pacific Ocean, or enjoy the convenience of living near my best friends. Consequently, I’ve started to feel a bit detached from home – but it helps when you run into some familiar faces while exploring the world.

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International Connections

Something I never thought about before study abroad was just how much my network base would grow. I’ve not just met and connected with American people, but people all over the world.

The Exchange programme at San Diego State is one of the best I have ever seen, I have met friends and potential professional networks from all over the world. It’s an eye-opening experience to feel so connected with the world, something I have never experienced before.

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The Night Life

When the sun sets in Seoul, a whole different part of the city comes to life.

Pop-up stands get ready to showcase their wares and people start to gather around roadside performers. The shops are crowded and people are strolling about with piping hot street food in hand. The smell of food and chatter from the crowds of people fill the air.

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