Browsing articles tagged with " study in europe"
Feb
14
2012

Need A Change After Graduation? Travel Abroad For Grad School

Studying at UCL, London, England

An article written by TalentEgg After graduating from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics and working for a few years in Vancouver as a Technical Support Analyst, Oscar Plag wasn’t particularly happy with his job. He needed a change. A big one. So, last May, he decided that he wanted to study abroad. “I thought going to grad school outside of Canada would give me some perspective and […]

Nov
1
2011

How to be French in the classroom! – Shivani Mukerji

France2

It’s been 2 months since I’ve been on exchange at HEC Paris, and needless to say, French students are very different from Canadian students. So, without further ado: Here’s how YOU TOO can be French – in the classroom! Don’t show up to class on time – there is always a 5-10 minute grace period of people arriving to class on time, and the professor’s need that extra time too to prepare for class. They […]

Jul
19
2011

China, Canada and Europe – Komail the (very) international student’s experiences!

Shanghai, China

Name: Komail Naqvi Age: 22 University: UBC Sauder School of Business, BCom 2012 Specialization: Marketing and Transportation Logistics Nationality: Pakistan and Canada Employment: Professional Freelance Photographer Email: knaqvi89@hotmail.com Website: www.komailnaqvi.com .. Advice for students considering studying abroad? Travel with an open mind and perspective. It’s very likely that you will encounter cultures, customs and norms quite different from yours; instead of trying to resist them embrace them while staying true to your own values and character. […]