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AAU is the university where I got my Bachelors Degree.  It teaches entirely in English and is accredited in the US in addition to my degree, Humanities, Society and Culture being internationally recognized.  AAU has been a great community for someone who was newly abroad like me.  To have the support that the AAU community offers when you first move abroad is invaluable. 

I am super happy to share that I am working with the school on international student recruitment so feel free to reach out via IG dm or email if you have questions about the school. And, if you happen to apply mention me on your application as how you found the university!

Looking for more info about the financial aspect of college abroad? Just after arriving in Prague in 2017, I was interviewed by Nerd Wallet about my decision to go to school in Prague.  

This article gives a great rundown on the financial side of university abroad and being an international student.

This was the NPR story my mom and I heard on the radio which began my search for college abroad! Since it was published in 2015 it's a bit old now but the info is still relevant and worth the 3-minute listen.


I have come full circle! An NPR story started my search for schools abroad and this is my interview answering a few questions about what it is like to study abroad. 

Take a listen!

If you're looking to get your masters abroad and you're hoping to stay after you graduate (or maybe you just want to escape the US), whatever the case, getting EU citizenship would be a pretty sweet deal.  This article, technically written for Brits worried about Brexit, details the easiest places to get citizenship after finishing your masters.  The list includes France, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany.


This story from expands on the usefulness of TikTok and social media when

students are looking for their schools to study abroad. 

Read here!

The Straight Shooter Recruiter Podcast

I love this podcast by Emily Durham for career advice anyways and definitely recommend subscribing anyways, but the reason I am adding it to my list right now is this particular episode "How can I get a job internationally?... Help!!"

Although there are a few things that I think are a bit misleading as far as visas and the actual process of relocating, she is a recruiter not a visa specialist or relocation expert so that is obviously completely reasonable and the advice she gave for applying is top notch so if you are starting the application process I highly recommend the listen. 

See this blog post about more notes on relocating for work.

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