Education Abroad Global Ambassador: A Student Guide to Studying Abroad by Emily McTyre

Education Abroad Global Ambassador: A Student Guide to Studying Abroad by Emily McTyre

October 20 2020

So, you want to study abroad? Excellent choice. There are so many options out there for you—
a whole world ready to explore. The way I see it, studying abroad can be broken down into three
stages. Stage number 1 is preparation, Stage 2 is while you are abroad, and Stage 3 is when
you come back home.

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International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Pranathi Shankar

International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Pranathi Shankar

October 16 2020
"...I am so delighted that I chose this college because I think I would’ve missed out on meeting some great people if I hadn’t. I still have three more semesters to graduate and I can’t wait to see what great memories they hold for me.”

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International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Ly Bui

International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Ly Bui

October 12 2020
"...As you can see, I had a lot of "the first time…" with MTSU. I believe I will have a lot more in my future. I will be so willing and happy to receive them."

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International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Amber Ferguson

International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Amber Ferguson

October 2 2020
"...Thinking back on my time at MTSU so far, I have to say it was enjoyable and I still feel that I made the right choice for me. With home being almost a thousand miles away, it was hard being away from my family and friends. However, with the help of people around campus who were so welcoming, I was able to create a family away from home. This helped me feel more rooted because I knew that there were people around me, I could always call for help..."

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International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Temitope Obisesan

International Student Ambassador: An International Perspective From Temitope Obisesan

September 25 2020
"...Leaving my home, which is approximately 6,000 miles away from the USA, I experienced culture shock. The norms as reflected in the slangs, foods, small talk, greetings and attitude were very different from the norms in my country. I have come to realize that having a culture shock is inevitable for an international student in a new environment. With the help of the international office, my professors, academic advisors and friends I have made, MTSU has become the school I imagined..."

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