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WBS student, studying overseas at University of British Columbia, Canada
Studying overseas forms part of my degree. I want to study abroad to gain a new cultural experience and understanding of how to do business. I did have the option of going to other countries. I chose Canada because it has the option of going to UBC, one of the best marketing universities of the world. And marketing is the direction in which I want to take my degree and career. I'm hoping to gain a new understanding of how to do business.
Economics Student, studying abroad at Universitat Konstanz, Germany
I have always wanted to go abroad, so I researched the opportunities offered by Warwick. I wanted to study overseas because I have always loved travelling, meeting new people, and experience new cultures. I realized I want to do all these while developing my knowledge in Economics and learning a new language. I was offered a wide range of countries and universities, but I have always wanted to study German. Also when I went to Germany for the first time it felt just right! I hope to develop my language abilities, create new contacts, and learn about a whole new and different place. I can't wait to meet all the new people and see what is like to live in a whole new country (again!). I am just so happy, I have been given this opportunity!
English and Comparative Literary Studies, studying overseas at Bogazici University, Turkey
I received an email from my department, offering the chance for the Erasmus exchange program. I'm taking part in the program as I want to learn a new language, to travel the world, to experience another culture first-hand and to break from UK academic life and experience academia in a different country. I choose Bogazici University, Istanbul, because Turkey is one of the most interesting countries in the world. The site of the Gezi Park protests in 2013, Turkey is surrounded by concerns over freedom of press, of expression and assembly. The protests have been compared to the Occupy movement which I have studied during one of my modules here at Warwick. To be a part of this and witness it first hand, is I think, a journalistic/English student's dream.