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  • Studying Abroad in England as an International Student

    I’ve been an international student for my entire college career. In 2013, I flew from Nepal to America to attend Franklin and Marshall College, a small liberal arts college in rural Pennsylvania. I moved across the world to a college I had never visited, lugging two suitcases filled with nineteen years’ worth of memories. I…

    Studying Abroad in England as an International Student

  • England

    IFSA’s #1 Study Abroad Destination With countless stories to tell and a feast of iconic landmarks, it’s easy to see why England is tops. The world’s top study abroad destination is home to royal history, quirky double decker buses, legendary literature — and dozens of highly ranked universities.    With IFSA, you could experience Oxford’s legendary…

    England

  • A Culinary Journey Through London

    [caption id="attachment_1151" align="aligncenter" width="697"] Hello everyone! My name is Jessica Carlson and I will be taking over IFSA’s Instagram with photographs from my time abroad in London, England last fall. I studied as an affiliate student in the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences at University College London. I am currently a senior at Wesleyan…

    A Culinary Journey Through London

  • Study Abroad in England: The British Marmite Shortage of 2016

    Starting Off After telling my friends and family I would be spending the next year of my life studying abroad in York, England, the first words out of their mouth were, “Congratulations!” closely followed by, “You better pack some food because I’ve heard it’s not so good over there….” Although they were almost always joking,…

    Study Abroad in England: The British Marmite Shortage of 2016

  • Flooded With Love for England – A Digital Story

    “The entire northwest of England is flooded. Trains aren’t running, shops are closed, classes have been canceled, students are being sent home. And all you can do is laugh.” Katie’s last weekend in England was not at all what she expected, and that’s exactly what made it so special. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H86EPfeNcAc Katie Yackey is a Marketing…

    Flooded With Love for England – A Digital Story

  • A Colonized Body in the Colonial Empire

    Every time I attend my British History course titled Remembering Slavery, I feel a complex array of emotions. As I listen to discussions on Britain’s role in Atlantic slavery and the way it is remembered, I cannot help but feel the weight of my status as a colonized body in the colonial empire. Although I left Jamaica at…

    A Colonized Body in the Colonial Empire

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  • Studying Abroad as a Woman of Color

    If you’re a student of color who is interested in going abroad, it can be both exciting and challenging. You learn to navigate a new environment with an entirely different history and because of that, an entirely different political climate. That results in different attitudes about issues of race and ethnicity. I identify as a…

    Studying Abroad as a Woman of Color

  • Romantic Relationships in England: My Observations

    There are many things that no one told me would be different in England: pancakes, apple juice, and lemonade to name a few. However, I didn’t realize how different developing romantic relationships would be. Before deciding to study abroad, I met and started dating an Englishman. This has made my experience here extremely special, and…

    Romantic Relationships in England: My Observations