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Have you ever dreamed of immersing yourself in another culture, experiencing the world through the eyes of a community vastly different from your own? Are you excited to learn and live among others who also want to make a difference in the world, whether it’s across the street or across the globe? At Le Moyne, you can make these dreams a reality as you discover the cultures and places making up our global community with a vast array of options through our Study Abroad Program.
Hasina Foye ’23 is an aspiring journalist from Bronx, N.Y., who is studying English literature and communications at Le Moyne. Hasina is spending the spring semester of 2022 at Hague University in the Netherlands and is sharing her reflections on life abroad. You can follow her journey here.
Expect the unexpected when studying abroad. As you embark upon this new journey, you’ll find yourself heading to a place filled with the unknown.
Studying abroad is a life-changing experience. I think everyone should try it! When you study abroad, you begin to write a new chapter in the story of your life. You become more independent as you explore unfamiliar places, food, people and cultures.
I was told early on that everyone should travel. I imagined hopping on a plane, flying through the sky for hours, and landing in whatever destination I’d selected. I craved a new environment, a new life. Home will always be home. You can always go back to it. But new experiences? Those aren’t guaranteed.
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Syracuse, NY 13214
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Amanda D'Angelo '17 is about to embark on a life-altering journey to Northern Spain, where she will work as a teaching assistant in an English class. D'Angelo earned a scholarship through the prestigious Fulbright Program.
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