Week 3 & 4: Typewriters, Totoro, and a Korean Chicken Soup

Hello Everyone! Classes have started and so I have begun to adjust to my official schedule and studying. This week I was able to go to the National Hangul Museum, National Museum of Korea, and the I-Park Mall, which are all located in Yongsan, Seoul. The National Hangul Museum is a museum built telling the [...]

Week 2: Introduction to Classes and Seoul Myeongdong

Week 2: Introduction to Classes and Seoul Myeongdong

Greetings from Hallym University! Classes began this week with a similar add/drop system to USF making classes and times easy to navigate. Friday, March 1st was also a national holiday here in Korea called Samil, which celebrates the Samil Movement made by Koreans in resistance to the Japanese rule, therefore; everyone got the day off. [...]

Financial Aid and Study Abroad

Financial Aid and Study Abroad

Lots of students think about studying abroad every year, but so many get deterred due to the price tag associated with a study abroad experience. Well, just like the rest of your college experience, paying for a study abroad experience is manageable with the right tools and information. One thing students don’t always know is [...]

Getting Started with Education Abroad – Thinking About Funding

Getting Started with Education Abroad –  Thinking About Funding

So you want to study abroad, huh? First things first: you’ll want to pick a program, or at least have a general idea! To do so, check out or website here. You can search for programs by location, time of year, or even courses that you want to take. If you are not seeing something [...]