ESSCA Shanghai- Academic matters

Steph is currently studying in China and shares her academic experience… I will now write a small section briefly about each course. International Monetary Governance- International Monetary governance taught me about the existence of SOEs (State owned Enterprises) and TVEs (Township and village enterprises) and their overall impact on the Chinese economy. This subject contained […]

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You Won’t Regret It

Why I chose to go overseas and why you should too! I came overseas because I wanted to experience university (college) in a different country. I wanted to put myself out of my comfort zone and become more independent. I wanted to travel to different places and meet people from all over the world. I […]

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Spring Break

During the last few weeks of January, there begun a buzz about spring break. This was one of the first American traditions we were going to be a part of, and we were excited to embrace it! It seems that due to the way the semesters work here as opposed to home, the week break […]

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Traveling Whilst Abroad!

My name is Courtney and I am from ACU Melbourne Campus. I am currently studying at Fairfield University in Connecticut, USA. These are my trips within my study abroad semester. Make the most of your location and see as much as you can! Welcome to Fairfield! This is Lucas the stag who is the school […]

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Your Guide to America by Courtney

Your guide to America! The American ‘Slang’ Dictionary This is a dictionary that all those who are travelling to America on a study abroad MUST read! As much as America is a Western country, similar to Australia there is still many noticeable differences in ‘slang’ that take some getting used to. If you don’t want […]

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All about Spain

At the Aqueduct de Segovia When I first began thinking about going on exchange, and where I could possibly go, my initial options were limited to English speaking countries with warm weather, which pretty much only left me with the USA. English is my only fluent language so the thought of living somewhere where I […]

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