After travelling for a week, it was really refreshing to be back “home” in Paris. Although I’ve been there for a little less than two months now, I can (finally) say that I’ve gotten pretty settled and am used to life in Paris. I’m actually currently visiting a friend in London right now, and it’s… Read More Patrick in Paris: Where’s home?
After only three weeks of classes, every University in France graciously has a full week of vacation in mid-February. Although personally I would have preferred to save my vacation for later this term (i.e. when I’m swamped with work during week 10), I really can’t complain in the slightest. One of my friends from high… Read More Patrick in Paris: Oh…vacation
Bonjour à tous ! As per the tags and my previous posts, you may know that the name of the school I am studying abroad at is “Sciences Po,” which is short for “l’Institut d’études politiques de Paris,” or in English, “the Paris Institute of Political Studies” (which is quite a mouthful and why everyone… Read More Patrick in Paris: « Méthodologie de Sciences Po »
Bonjour à tous. As I mentioned in my previous post, I have had a number of administrative issues. The purpose of this post is to provide anyone who is planning on coming to France for an extended period of time an overview of how things work here, while providing some anecdotal comic relief (Spoiler Alert:… Read More Patrick in Paris: L’administration
Bonjour de Paris ! Hello from Paris! I can’t believe I’ve already been living in Paris for over a month. I already have so much to share about this fantastic experience, and I’m happy to (finally) be able to start blogging after successfully battling the French administrative gods to get my life (including internet) in… Read More Patrick in Paris: One Month In
Hello People, my name is Natalia Noriega. I’m an international Materials Science and Engineering Student originally from Mexico studying abroad in Lyon, France. I’ve been asked to share my experience so I decided to start bombarding you with some pictures to show you how I’m living my Study Abroad experience. (Pardon me if my English… Read More A taste of the Studying Abroad Life
One of the greatest perks of being in Europe during the Holidays is being able to take advantage of the Christmas Markets! Vienna offered decorated halls, bright lights, a huge Christmas tree, warm mugs, and much more. The market was definitely one of the biggest I’ve ever been to. Lucky for us, we happen to… Read More Holidays in Europe