Studying abroad is always a good way for a change of the environment we engage in now. It is also a special experience that you can truly immerse in a culture and learn a way of living that differs from yours. Juniata College provides many opportunities for students to study abroad. Let’s take a look at which countries would Juniatians like to go to and why.
Sammi Wang ’13, international student, China: I really would like to study either in England or Egypt. I always loved the old European style buildings in England. They are really pretty and very different from the architectures in China. And the unique old scenic in Egypt really attracts me to go there and visit.
Jasmine Jade ’13, Michigan: I would like to study in Barcelona, Spain if I had a chance. The biggest reason is because they have a great anthropology program, which I’m studying right now. And I love the culture and the country!
Ansely Xiao ’13, international student, China: Japan or England would be my first priorities for studying abroad. Mainly because the Japanese culture is similar to the Chinese culture, so I always wanted to learn more about their customs. I personally love shopping, and I heard about many of the brands I like sells really cheap products in England, so that is a big reason for me to study there!
Lisa Ley ’13, Wexford, Pa.: I really would like to go to Germany, because I really want to be fluent in German and I love the culture too! I started to learn German since high school, and I always wanted to be bilingual.
Chao Nguyen 12’, international student, Vietnam: Scotland is the place that I really want to study in. I like to travel, and I really would like to St. Andrew’s University in Scotland.
-Helen Hu ’13, Juniata Online Journalist