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Snacks with Bono and a wrap for Wales!

This is the third post written by UFV student Sydnee Christian I had one week of school after my trip to Scotland before I was off to Ireland with Dan for Saint Patrick’s Day! We spent two days in Belfast, wandering around, going bowling, playing pool, napping in the botanical gardens, and people watching with […]

Consider Studying Abroad in France

Have you ever dreamed of living in a lush and vibrant countryside, filled with châteaux and orchards?  The smells of fresh, moist air, delicious baked goods and the tastes of wine and cheeses.  All of these wonderful things, coupled together with a peaceful and leisurely lifestyle.  Sounds good doesn’t it? If you have been dreaming […]

UFV Student reflects on her first month in the Netherlands

“I arrived in Rotterdam one month ago. Stepping off the plane I was unsure of what to expect, knowing only that it was going to be good! Indeed, this last month has been absolutely vibrant, and the colourful shoes of a traveler seem to fit very well! This past month has been mostly settling into […]

Martin Muermann in Germany

What do an Australian, an Englishman, and a Pole have in common?

My name is Martin Muermann and I am a fourth year science student at UFV. I just returned from a semester abroad in Muenster, Germany. There, I completed an overseas internship focusing on cell biology research in one of the most bike-friendly regions in all of Europe. I spent many days cycling across various cities […]

New blog editor’s life never the same after bug bites

Early in my school life, I was infected with the travel bug. That’s why, on my first day at UFV, I went right to UFV International to meet with Jag Deol, UFV Study Abroad coordinator, to learn about our partner universities, and see where Study Abroad could take me.  Two years later, I found myself […]