An ordinary day at Simon Fraser University

It has been two months since we landed in Vancouver. We are closer to the end of the adventure than to its beginning, and our experience so far allows us to describe what a casual day at SFU looks like.

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Tips and Tricks in New York City

When arriving in a new city, life can be a little overwhelming. This is particularly true when you go to a new city like New York. But little by little, and as students, we have discovered the tips and tricks to get the most out of our experience here. In this article, we want to share all the tricks that we have learnt so far. Continue reading

Housing at Simon Fraser University

During the 4 months’ study abroad at SFU (Simon Fraser University), we all decided to live in “Townhouse”.

The townhouses are residence houses for 4 undergraduate students. (See floormap ) Each unit is 3 floors. On the main floor, there are a shared kitchen and a living room area. On the upper floors, there are two single bedrooms and one shared bathroom per floor. In rooms, only the most basic furniture are provided: a bed, a mattress, a desk, a chair, a closet and finally a wardrobe. (See how it looks like )

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Networking at Columbia University in NYC

Being a student at Columbia University offers great opportunities of expanding your friend or working network! What’s more it’s located in NYC which is one of the greatest city to do so as well.

At Columbia University, you get the chance of meeting American and foreign students from all over the world. It is highly recommended that Continue reading