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Global Scribes Helps Kids Make Friends Around the World

Technology is the proverbial double-edged sword when it comes to our children. It can open vast new worlds of knowledge and discovery for them but also has the potential to lead them down some dark and dangerous digital paths. It’s no secret that the average time kids spend with their mobile devices has skyrocketed in recent years, and unfortunate side…

Biking in Copenhagen

When crossing the street in Copenhagen, people look both ways; first for the bikes, and then for the cars. More specifically, most Danes prefer biking instead of relying on cars or public transit. In fact, there are more bikes than people in Copenhagen! As a student studying abroad, noticing this for the first time can be intimidating—let’s be honest, I’m…

Rome Nightlife

Whether you are studying abroad or just passing through, Rome is home to many tourist hotspots, from the Trevi Fountain to Vatican City. One popular attraction that always seems to reel people in is the exciting nightlife. From American bars to discotheques, there is a different local bar around every corner where you can dance and meet new people from…

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After school, many students take time out to go traveling around the world. Unfortunately for them, doing so can hamper their employability. So, what can you do if you really want to travel but also want to be employable once you return? In this piece from Euro Hostel, potential travelers can grab some top tips on how to convert each…

Studying abroad is an incredible and once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’s the chance to travel to and live in a foreign country of your choosing to experience and learn from another culture by being immersed in it. In many cases, it opens you up to the possibility of traveling to other nearby cities and countries. However, since you will be in a…

Study Abroad

Studying in another country is one of the best and coolest ways to travel and learn about other cultures—and maybe the subjects of the classes you’re taking. Not only do you get to use the “it’s for school” excuse, but you also get to explore a new city (your college town is probably so lame by now anyway), try new…

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