London for me was the only city I wanted, and applied to go on exchange to. I knew that if I didn’t get accepted into a university here, I wasn’t … Continue Reading London, oh London!
Semana Santa (aka Easter break) is the one week of the year that Colombians have to go holidaying. This of course results in prices sky-rocketing, transport being booked out months … Continue Reading Semana Santa in Colombia
I chose to come to Dornbirn Austria for one reason, to ski. Situated on the swiss border there are quite a few mountains lying about. From my door i can … Continue Reading FH Voralberg – Dornbirn – Austria
I choose to come to Dornbirn Austria for one reason, to ski. Situated on the swiss border there are quite a few mountains lying about. From my door i can … Continue Reading FH Voralberg – Dornbirn – Austria
Hey there UTS bloggers and bloggees. My name is Angus Peniston-Bird and I’ve been studying at SFSU now for over two months in the Spring 2013 semester. It has been … Continue Reading Exchange Tips for Studying in San Francisco!
New York City. Young, vibrant and everything you could ask for. It’s a city that needs no introduction. Pace University, however, is a different story. It’s a small university located … Continue Reading PACE University
1) Get used to being cold After being greeted in København with a ‘mild’ -8°C, I soon learnt that although I feel cold in Australia, I never really knew what being … Continue Reading How to become a Dane
The question I have heard the most since arriving in America, “Why’d you choose Sacramento?” ? Well, as we have all heard on many a dance floor, California knows how … Continue Reading California here we come. . .
The University of Texas at Austin. The Longhorns. HOOK ‘EM. My time at UT has been an unreal experience and something that I could not recommend more to anyone. It … Continue Reading Hook ’em Horns!!!
One thing you notice while on exchange is that you are constantly in love – believe me it happens fast and you fall hard. But I’m not talking about that … Continue Reading My heart belongs to San Francisco
I don’t really know where to begin… Living in college at UT over the past 4 months has probably been the greatest experience of my life so far. The university … Continue Reading The University of Texas at Austin
When I first arrived in Sweden, the country was covered in snow. I was faced with temperatures of minus 20 degrees. However, having lived in sunny Sydney all my life, … Continue Reading Hej hej Sverige!
When talking about his writing, Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski discusses the importance of travel – not travel as a tourist, but travel as exploration. Ever since I was eleven, I’ve … Continue Reading ‘We’ve been on the run, driving in the sun.’
When I first arrived at the University of Miami I was a little anxious and apprehensive. However, these feelings were quickly sedated on Orientation Day. I met a lot of … Continue Reading “The U”
In a city that pays its bills with technological development and creates culture, content and spaces with interesting interpretation of American values, San Francisco is always experimenting with identity. You … Continue Reading San Franciscoo…
I didn’t really know much about Toronto before I came here and when someone asked me why I had come here, I didn’t really know how to answer that question either. The first thing … Continue Reading Discovering Toronto