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by Madison File 1. Take a Few Days to Adjust to the New Environment: If you have never studied abroad before, or even if you have, it is important to give yourself grace on the first few days as you orient yourself to the new environment which you will be living in for an extended […]

By Jacob Henry A homestay experience can be pretty daunting to think about if you are doing it for the first time. I was a little nervous and anxious too, but I almost immediately realized that I had no reason to be. I recently did a study abroad trip to Santander, Spain and stayed with […]

By Megan Fowler As I completed my study abroad trip in Rome, a smaller group of classmates and I chose to continue our time abroad, traveling to Istanbul Turkey for three weeks. During this time we completed a short design workshop with a Turkish University, allowing us to meet and interact with other architecture students. […]

By Sydney Garceau My study abroad experience through the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is primarily housed within Rome, Italy, but I have been fortunate enough to travel on weekends to other areas around Italy and Europe at large. I have discovered within my studies guided by the University (such as the recent Tuscany […]

By Stephanie Shue Rome is an ancient city that is layered with thousands of years of history. In my Architecture Rome History class we have talked extensively about palimpsest, which, in the context of the class, is when architecture is changed or reused over time. From visiting and studying numerous historical sites in Rome, I […]

Mannheim, Germany

Mannheim, Germany

Mannheim, Germany

Mannheim, Germany

Mannheim, Germany

Morocco