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A Surprising Surgery in Chile

June 3rd, 2013 · No Comments · Chile, College of Liberal Arts, Spanish, study abroad

Alison Blazer is an International Ambassador for the International Degree and Education Abroad office. Alison is studying Speech Communication and Spanish. During fall 2012, Alison studied abroad at Universidad de Bío Bío in Chillán, Chile through OSU. Last fall term, I studied abroad in Chillán, Chile for four months. This program is OSU specific and […]

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Conquering the Calanques

March 8th, 2013 · 1 Comment · API, College of Business, France, Returnee, study abroad

Natasha Badaa is a senior at Oregon State University. She is studying Business Management and French. During Fall 2012, Natasha studied abroad at Grenoble Ecole de Management in France through API. During my study abroad experience in Grenoble, France, I had one goal: do something every day that scares me. Although I was a thousand […]

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IE3: The Hidden Gem of the Mediterranean

December 4th, 2012 · No Comments · IE3 Global Internships, Returnee, Uncategorized

Denise Risdon is a senior at Oregon State University, studying Anthropology and History. Currently, Denise is interning for Heritage Malta in Malta through IE3 Global Internships for six months. Below, Denise provides an update of her time abroad. (This blog was originally posted on the IE3 Field Note page). After having some time to settle […]

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Make Your Study Abroad Application Essay Shine

October 10th, 2009 · 5 Comments · study abroad, Uncategorized

Who are you and why do you want to go? Most study abroad programs require application essays.  These essays typically serve as proof that you can form cogent sentences and have put some thought into your decision to apply for an international experience.  Give the program staff a chance to get to know you and […]

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Knowing where to Go

July 23rd, 2009 · 1 Comment · study abroad

Students often ask us, “Where should I go?  What would you choose?”  While we can’t choose the program for you, we’re here to help find one that best suits your needs and meets your goals.  Here are some questions to consider when making the decision about which program to apply for. Do I want to […]

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