Tag Archives: study abroad

image

How to Decide Where to Study Abroad

Yay! You have just made one of the best decisions of your life — choosing to study abroad! Personally, studying abroad was one of the best things to happen to me. It made me happier, more cultured, more mature and more independent. Studying abroad is the best way to find yourself while discovering the world […]

image

Why studying abroad is the best confidence booster

If you cannot tell by now, I am abroad currently studying abroad in Copenhagen (for those of you that cannot tell, I am only saying that because I have written tons and tons of articles about why I love Copenhagen and being abroad). However, even though I have written many, many articles about my abroad […]

image

Wander into College Lusting for More

Despite what parents and academic advisors typically explain, college is more than aiming for a 4.0 GPA and living in the library for four years. The time spent in the realm of higher education is for developing oneself through challenging experiences and the seizing of opportunities, and while college classes are challenging to textbook knowledge, […]

image

Studying Abroad – Is it a Risk Worth Taking?

I envision myself strolling through bustling cities, admiring renowned artwork and magnificent architecture, indulging in new cuisine, and writing for She’s Fit to Lead (of course) in Europe’s quintessential cafes. From the mountains of Interlaken to the beaches of Santorini, I dream of experiencing all facets of life abroad. I finally have the opportunity to […]

image

Before You Go Abroad, Here’s What You Need to Know

You’ve likely heard it before, that your semester studying abroad will be the best time of your life. And it’s true. Even though it sounds pretty cheesy, you will not only experience tremendous growth culturally, but also intellectually, socially and individually during your time abroad. In order to have an unforgettable abroad experience that lives […]

image

You Do You Honey, by Stefanie Sabar, SFTL Contributing Writer

When we were younger, we were always told to be our own person, to be independent, and to be a leader-not a follower. They’re true words of advice, don’t get me wrong, but as I get older, I’m starting to feel more pressure to follow society’s path that everyone else seems to be on. But […]