7 reasons why you should study in Cape Town

Exchange students studying at University of Stellenbosch Business School

Since arriving in the beginning of the year for my Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, I have got the chance to experience the city, the classes and the atmosphere. Here is what you need to know about it. For information, since the MBA is not located on the main campus in Stellenbosch (1 hour from Cape Town), but between Cape Town and Stellenbosch, most students live in Cape Town.

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Life on Formosa Island, a small piece of paradise.

One of Taiwan's many beautiful spots, the Wormhole.

I remember when I first traveled to Taiwan, I had my entire world packed into a 30-kilogram suitcase and no idea whether I would enjoy or even get used to living in Taiwan. Everything was new, exciting, and very different. Located in the heart of East Asia, this tropical island had a lot to promise from what my cousin had told me: “Expect the unexpected”! There are many reasons for enjoying Taiwan, indeed, and before I knew it this place far away from my own country started to feel like home!

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Life after McGill: what we learnt and what’s next

The transcontinental track program is an opportunity for students to experience life, work and education in another country. Their short but intensive stay is usually a very formative time when they get to learn new things and hone their skills. After 6 months spent at McGill University in Montreal, here’s what 5 students say this experience has taught them, and how it helped them shape their future.

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USA: my spring break experience

After the Allocation Day at Grenoble Ecole de Management, I found myself eligible for a term in the United States, attending Duke University in North Carolina from January to May 2019. While leaving for this destination in early January, I must admit I had some trouble looking on the bright side of things. I had for sure not yet realized that it would give me the great opportunity to live my very first (and probably last) American spring break!

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