Becca Studying Overseas at Adelphi University in New York

I still can’t remember the reason why I chose to study overseas. Something compelled me to leave my comfort zone of the Sunshine Coast and take a leap of faith. Don’t get me wrong, I miss everything about Australia, but over the past 13 weeks, New York has definitely become my home away from home. When I first hopped off the plane I was a … Continue reading Becca Studying Overseas at Adelphi University in New York

Laura studying at Adelphi University in New York

This has been the most incredible year for me. The first half of the year was filled with working, friends, fun, and USC. The second half has been filled with friends, fun, Adelphi University and New York City. It’s been over three months here in New York and I have had a unique experience that you can’t get in Coolum Beach. Everyone tells you how … Continue reading Laura studying at Adelphi University in New York

The Hardest Part Of Traveling No One Talks About

Article and concept taken from Kellie Donnelly a PR student living in Indiana and navigating the awkward post-college years. It is always awe-inspiring to hear all the amazing stories our USC GO Program students have had overseas. However, there is one side to the GO Program experience that fails to get a mention…how you feel once you’ve returned? Returning home can sometimes be the most difficult part … Continue reading The Hardest Part Of Traveling No One Talks About

Ashleigh in New York!

My experience so far studying abroad through the Study Overseas program has been indescribable, but I will try to paint a picture. After a 36-hour journey, I arrived at Buffalo international airport around 9pm, my fatigue slowly turning back into a bubbling excitement. I had finally made my dreams come true, I was now in America! I waited in line to collect my bags, and waited, … Continue reading Ashleigh in New York!