Students sit in front of a colosseum

By: Kaitlyn Sutton

Attaining a global perspective is critical in today's world. Studying abroad during your college years provides a fantastic opportunity to see the world, be immersed in a different culture, learn a new language, gain a different academic perspective and obtain a competitive edge over others in the job market or when applying for postgraduate studies.

Each semester, countless Temple University College of Liberal Arts students fly to the other side of the world and get uncomfortable in the best way possible. This semester, five of those students were chosen as Temple University Education Abroad bloggers to document their experiences during their time in another country.

Learn more about the unique program locations our College of Liberal Arts students chose to study in, find valuable travel tips and be inspired by their adventures abroad!

Conor Freeley

Location: Berlin, Germany
Major(s): Political Science and Global Studies

Nina de Vitry

Location: Oviedo, Spain
Major(s): Spanish
Minor: English Writing Certificate 

Kathleen McCarrick

Location: Quito, Ecuador
Major(s): Global Studies and Spanish

Morgan Rock

Location: Valparaíso, Chile
Major(s): Political Science and Spanish

Rebecca Roman

Location: Norwich, England
Major(s): English