Student Stories

Red, White, Blue, and Black: Navigating my African-American Identity in London

London

5 Advantages of Studying Abroad as a Woman of Color

Sydney

Navigating Race, Gender, Class, and Nationality in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

In-and-out: A Nigerian-American’s Exploratory Ethnic Immersion in London

London

1 in 1.32 Billion: Being a Black Latina In India

Manipal

The 4 Stages You’ll Go Through as a Minority Abroad

Prague

Black Man in China

Shanghai

Being Black and Muslim in London

London

For The Student Activist Abroad

Scottish Colours

Edinburgh

Studying Abroad: A Time to Switch Things Up

Dublin

Ethical Engagement with Locals: Peace and Conflict in Post-War Northern Ireland

Belfast, Coleraine, Londonderry, Newtownabbey

How Studying Abroad in Costa Rica Defined My Future in International Relations

Heredia

How Interning Abroad Gave Me Clarity on My Career Path

Sydney

Club Fairs Overrated? I Think Not!

Oxford

Studying at Prague College Through the Eyes of IFSA Students

Prague

How Cheez Whiz in Mexico Helped Me Find My Path to Medical School

Merida

Running into a New Adventure: Two cross-country student-athletes on running and identity

Cork

Reader’s Digest: Navigating Food Accommodations

Leeds

Studying Abroad…in China? It’s More Likely Than You Think

Shanghai

From Scottish Reeling to the Oxford Union: My Cultural Immersion into Oxford University Student Life

Oxford

Thriving Abroad Despite Adversity at Home

Sydney

7 Reasons Why STEM Majors Should Study Abroad

London

Finding a Home Away From My Greek House: Studying Abroad as a Student Involved in Greek Life

Gold Coast

Female Leadership in Leeds: An Interview With Student Leader Chloe Elliot

Leeds

Understanding the Culture of Protesting In Chile

Santiago

Grad School Prep Abroad: 5 months at one of the best research institutions in the world

Oxford

Redefining Study Abroad for First-Gen Ethnic Minorities

Dunedin

Living and Learning History in the UK OR Learning When There is No Right Answer (OR: the true story of an I, the village idiot, survived two terms Oxford)

Oxford

Food and Culture: Living as a South Asian in London

London