This Spring GSU is sending undergraduate students to study in Seoul, South Korea. As part of GSU’s partnership with Ewha Woman’s University international exchange program, our student will experience one of Asia’s most high tech and modern cities and get to study at one of the top universities in Korea. Both male and female students… more »
Semester in India
Reflection post written by Michael Shea for the 2014 semester study abroad trip to India.
India is a country of extremes that lives in many centuries at once. There I found displays of wealth to satiate the grossest desires of avarice and witnessed scenes of poverty to break the heart of the… more »
Civil Society Solutions
Photo essay presented by Sonia Kikeri from the 2015 trip blog: The Study Abroad Think Tank.
Turkey Flirts with Radical Change in the 2015 Elections
The air in Turkey is charged with music blasting from political vans as they drive through the streets in anticipation of the 2015 elections that… more »
Excerpt from a reflection post written by undergraduate student Alexandra Rodriguez from the 2011 study abroad semester in Strasbourg.
I participated in the Strasbourg study abroad program in the fall of 2011. I was a senior when I went abroad and my only regret was that I did not go abroad earlier…
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Excerpts from Ph.D. students Alexandra Pauley and Michael Shea’s posts on the 2016 trip blog.
In March of 2016, I traveled to Dublin, Ireland, as part of a GSU study abroad course in international political economy. During the brief course that spanned the week-long trip in Ireland, I began… more »
International Political Economy
Reflection written by Lina Machado from the 2015 Cuba trip.
This trip was an amazing experience especially due to the fact that we got to go in the precise moment when things are rapidly changing for Cuba. I was extremely lucky to go back to this beautiful country and being able to witness and… more »