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  • Where are you based?
    I live in Brussels, BE after graduating from Anglo-American University in Prague, CZ. I grew up in Connecticut, US, and took a 6-month break from Prague to live in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • What university do you attend?
    I'm attending Vrije Universiteit Brussels for my Master's degree in New Media and Society in Europe. I graduated with a Humanities degree from Anglo-American University!
  • Does your university teach in English?
    Yes! And, proof of fluency in English is a requirement to be accepted.
  • Do I have to speak another language to move abroad?
    Nope! I, along with many of my native English speaker friends, are monolingual and are able to live abroad without much trouble. It's definitely best to learn as much of the language of your host country as possible, but don't restrict yourself to only English-speaking countries if you're looking to move abroad. English is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world! Chances are, no matter what country you're in, English will suffice.
  • How do I make friends abroad?
    Just like how you would make friends anywhere else in the world! Most of my friends are from my Uni (just like if I had gone to an American University!). But, I also have made friends through mutuals that go to other unis since Prague has such a large student population. And, I am friends with my coworkers and I've met people through them as well! Meeting other English speakers abroad isn't as rare as you would expect (I'm currently in a cafe on the outskirts of Prague and the people at the table next to me are all speaking English).
  • Can I get a job abroad?
    Yes! Student visas usually allow students to work part time while studying.
  • What was the best part about living/studying in Prague?
    It sounds so cheesy, but when you move abroad, the world really does become your classroom. I gained a new perspective of the world I would have never received otherwise!
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