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I can study abroad (I don't know where to go though)

Discuss working and making a living overseas, starting a business, or studying abroad.

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What place and country should I study abroad at?

Toledo, Spain
No votes
Seoul, South Korea
No votes
Istanbul, Turkey
Taipei, Taiwan
No votes
Cape Town, South Africa
No votes
Hyderabad, India
No votes
Lund, Sweden
No votes
Roskilde, Denmark
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St. Catharines, Canada
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Hull, United Kingdom
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Arnhem, Netherlands
Total votes : 4

I can study abroad (I don't know where to go though)

Postby Iawesome60 » Mon Aug 08, 2011 3:41 am

Ladies and gentlemen, I'm elated by the fact that I can study abroad (after talking to my parents). I'm really looking forward to studying abroad one day. My college offers schools outside of the USA where I can study abroad. I want to do this because:

1. I want to experience other cultures besides the American culture.

2. I want to relish myself there.

3. This is the easiest way to travel. Easy means I don't have to make money the arduous way, hope to make enough money, and I don't stay for a short time. I want to stay at a particular country for more than a week. That's where the real experience comes from.

I still want to travel to Brazil, but I have to major in something else or plan to make an abounding amount of money. Also, the planning (I want to stay for more than a week and other things in my life). Ladies and gentlemen, I hope I'm not too annoying on the forum. I'm doing my research about all countries, whether it's from reading posts or still in the process. I promise to share my experiences (video if I'm allowed, pictures, etc) when I go to the country of choice.

Ladies and gentlemen, I really believe y'all are experts on particular countries. That's why I trust happierabroad :D .
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Postby zboy1 » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:41 am

I voted for Turkey. I heard it's a fun place to be and the women are pretty hot and slutty. I think it's maybe the best of both worlds in terms of embracing both the East and the West. Only problem I would have with Turkey is the creeping Islamic fundamentalism in the country, which kinda freaks me out! But otherwise, I think it would be a good choice. Forget about Denmark, it's a feminist hellhole and the people are really unfriendly and rude. At least, that's what I hear from many expatriates about that place.
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Postby odbo » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:51 am

Go to the Netherlands before I get mad, asshole!
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