Browsing articles in "summer programs"
Oct
24
2016

Why the Costa del Sol, Spain, is a Great Place to Study Abroad – article by Gemma Harris

If you have considered Spain as your choice for study abroad, then you may automatically have considered the most publicised and biggest cities – Barcelona and Madrid. Without a doubt, these cities are vibrant, buzzing, and alive, with gorgeous architecture, tons of opportunity for sightseeing, and fabulous schools and colleges. However, big cities aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. Take nature lovers and those who partake in outdoor activities – for them, proximity to the mountainside […]

Mar
21
2016

Make your vacation more rewarding with Not Just Tourists – by Akorede Amosun

Did you know that over 500 tons of usable medical supplies are wasted in Canada every year? Not Just Tourists Toronto does! There are millions of people in the developing world that suffer from a lack of access to these same supplies, NJTT is a non-political, non-religious, volunteer based project that is focused on getting medical supplies to those who can’t afford them. Through donations from Canada’s hospitals, clinics, medical suppliers and individuals, NJTT has […]

Oct
25
2015

Healthy eating tips for study abroad trips … by Shelly Stinson

Studying abroad is a great way to experience some of what life has to offer beyond the boundaries of your hometown, and even your home country. Plus, it gives you the opportunity to see how other people live, work, and socialize. But if you aren’t careful, it can also give you something else: a larger waistline. Studying in general has the ability to make you gain weight. One piece of research published in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism found […]

Sep
19
2015

STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIRS FALL 2015 – START 2 WEEKS FROM TODAY

OTTAWA – TORONTO – VANCOUVER – CALGARY – EDMONTON Looking for your next step in education or to travel?  If you’re considering an undergrad or postgrad degree or a shorter-term program abroad, or are looking to travel for a gap year or in your vacation, this expo is for you! The Study and Go Abroad Fair will feature: Top-ranked universities from around the world Undergrad and postgrad degree programs Gap Year options Work abroad, volunteering, […]

Feb
23
2015

Study and Go Abroad Fairs kick off this Wednesday, February 25th

Gen Y generation is the ‘study abroad’ generation – never has it been more important to get out there and see, live and experience the world.  Employers are looking for ‘global citizens’ as most companies interact internationally, or impact the global world in some way or other.  Soft skills developed while studying abroad, from learning a language to flexibility, independence, problem-solving and understanding and appreciating other cultures, will differentiate you from your peers when interviewing for […]

Feb
23
2015

Looking for more than a year of travel for your gap year?

The fact that you’re reading this blog tells me you’re different from the rest. You want to explore, see the world, and carve an exciting path into the future. I went to the Queen’s Commerce program after high school, and despite it being an incredibly rigorous academic setting, I found my head somewhere else in the first two years. My grades were much lower than in high school, and I was didn’t have the same […]

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